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Cotton Pickin' Railroad Blues
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Larry W. Jones wrote the lyrics. Devin Melanson did the music and vocals.
Single - $0.99
Country - Traditional Country
Previous peak charts position #12
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #5
Lyrics, Larry Jones. Artist, Devin Melanson
BMI
October 26, 2008
MP3 2.4 MB
128 kbps bitrate
2:39 minutes
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Cotton Pickin' Railroad Blues (Larry W. Jones 12/24/2006) (song#4253) Music and Vocals, Devin Melanson - The Pond Studio.ca Cotton Pickin' Railroad Blues Now, I was born in Texarkana In the middle of a cotton patch Yeah, I was born in Texarkana Not far from the railroad track I picked cotton in the heat of day Heard the train's whistle at night I picked cotton in the heat of day Thought of disappearin' from sight That old train's load of new cotton Disappeared down the track from view I rode some dreams I've forgotten With the cotton pickin' railroad blues Now, my Daddy was a cotton picker My Mama was a hard working soul Now, what can I say about my sister Except that Texarkana took its toll When I think about pickin' cotton I just put on my travellin' shoes And on the track of dreams forgotten Sing the cotton pickin' railroad blues That old train's load of new cotton Disappeared down the track from view I rode some dreams I've forgotten With the cotton pickin' railroad blues When I think about pickin' cotton I just put on my travellin' shoes And on the track of dreams forgotten Sing the cotton pickin' railroad blues
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