Just for laughs

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Highlander1, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. cnw1961

    cnw1961 Member

    It is funny, how memory works. Now, without even thinking about it, lines from songs I did not hear for ages come popping up my mind :D :
    "Lover please", Clyde McPhatter
    "The Pover of Love", Huey Lewis and The News
    "Hello Josephine", Jerry Lee Lewis
    "Hobo Blues", John Lee Hooker
  2. tetters

    tetters Rail Spiking Fool!

    How's about some Heavy Metal about some Heavy Metal?

    Train of Consequences - Megadeth.

    Night Train - Guns and Roses. <---well this one is actually about drinking but it does have the word "train" in its title.

  3. zachary

    zachary Member

    blue train of the hartbreak railroad line by doyle lawson

    long black train by josh turner
  4. 2slim

    2slim Member

    <<Long Black train..Josh Turner>>
    My cell phone ringtone........yowza!!!!
  5. trainman4

    trainman4 Member

    The L&N don't stop here anymore .The late J.CASH
  6. Go Big1

    Go Big1 Member

    How about "Party Train", by I believe The Gap Band.

  7. LocoIndy76

    LocoIndy76 Member

    No Leaf Clover-Metallica
  8. Highlander1

    Highlander1 Member

    How about the old (old) favourite ' The Railroad Runs Through the Middle of the House' - much sung by all the mini rail widows who have to put up with it!!!! Luv Mrs Highlander!!:wave:
  9. cidchase

    cidchase Active Member

    Hmmm. "The Perfect Country and Western Song"?

    David Alan Coe
  10. RobertInOntario

    RobertInOntario Active Member

    How about "The Last Train to Clarksville" by the best rock 'n' roll band ever, The Monkees?!
  11. Cannonball

    Cannonball More Trains Than Brains

    That was the first song listed.
    And I think it's highly debatable whether or not the Monkees were the greatest rock-n-roll band ever. ;)
  12. RobertInOntario

    RobertInOntario Active Member

    Arrgh -- and I thought I'd checked everything! At least I got a reaction about my Monkees comment! :)
  13. santafewillie

    santafewillie Member

    Neil Young's Southern Pacific, complete with sound effects. It's on his "Re-ac-tor" album from 1981. Also Train to Nowhere by Savoy Brown.
  14. scubadude

    scubadude Member

    "Ridin' on the City of New Orleans" - I think it was Arlo Guthrie
  15. scubadude

    scubadude Member

    Sorry Herc, I didn't notice you caught Arlo Guthrie first. I really liked that song.
    Does anyone remember Boxcar Willie? Nothing but train songs, too many to list here, but I always liked the last verse from "From A Boxcar Door" -

  16. scubadude

    scubadude Member

    Sorry for my inability to hit the right key. Here's the last verse from "From A Boxcar Door"

    But my travels are not over
    There's lots more I've just gotta see
    Every day's a new adventure
    And I thank the Lord for letting me be free
    When I hop aboard a boxcar
    And hear that might engine start to roar
    You know that big or small- I'll see you all
    from a Boxcar door.....
    ---Boxcar Willie
  17. joesho

    joesho Member

    "different names for the same thing" death cab for cutie
  18. cnw1961

    cnw1961 Member

    "Midnight train", Them (we already had another Midnight Train, but I don’t know if it is the same song)
  19. slekjr

    slekjr Member

    Aw, come on guys you are forgetting the popular "Buffalo and Susquehanna" the music was even published in the back of the book with the same name.

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