Trains Don't Run From Nashville

Trains Don't Run From Nashville

Kate Campbell

I'm sittin' in a restaurant drinkin' coffee black
They call it Union Station but it ain't got no tracks
I'm thinkin' 'bout my baby, stuck somewhere up north
And the trains don't run from Nashville anymore

This used to be where people stepped aboard a dream
And now, it's just an old hotel people come to see
If I could buy a ticket I'd be in his arms once more
But the trains don't run from Nashville anymore

Just one more time I'd like to hear the rumble and the roar
Taking lonely hearts like mine from here to every shore
Lord, I miss my baby like I never have before
And the trains don't run from Nashville anymore

Momma waved goodbye to Daddy as he went off to war
She stood right here crying back in '64
And now it's me that stands here all alone on this old platform
And the trains don't run from Nashville anymore

Just one more time I'd like to hear the rumble and the roar
Taking lonely hearts like mine from here to every shore
Lord, I miss my baby like I never have before
And the trains don't run from Nashville anymore
Trains don't run from Nashville anymore

Written by KATHRYN CAMPBELL
Published by FAME PUBLISHING COMPANY LLC, CONEXION MEDIA GROUP, INC.

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