TRAIN TO NASHVILLE
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      I went off to see the big world from life down on the family farm
      But I learned real quick the good life is back where I was born
      This big city job is history, gonna punch out one last time (last time)
      Waitiní for that final whistle aní Iíll be moviní on down the line

            Gonna take the train to Nashville, head on home to Tennessee
            A free ní easy voice is calliní younder south of Bowlin' Green
            Might go all the way to Jackson, the Memphis blues donít bother me
                 (don't bother me)
            Liviní in the state of Gracelandís the only way (only way, only way)
                 I can be free

      Cost a rich man twenty million to fly part way up to the moon
      He aní the Russians who went with him, they came back singin' freedom's
           tune
      An' when they lay me in the cold ground, jusí play Amaziní Grace for me
           (for me)
      And if they ask where I prefer to spend eternity

            Gonna take the train to Nashville, head on home to Tennessee
            A free ní easy voice is calliní younder south of Bowlin' Green
            Might go all the way to Jackson, the Memphis blues donít bother me
                 (don't bother me)
            Liviní in the state of Gracelandís the only way (only way, only way)
                 I can be free

            These high-rise city rules are jusí way too tight for me
            Liviní in the state of Gracelandís the only way (only way, only way)
                 I can be free
            Play a little guitar for the king, home sweet home, Tennessee
                 (Tennessee. . .  take that train)



           


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