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Glendale Train
ID: 466

Square Dance
Glendale Train 4-Bar-B 6061
Glendale Train Silver Sounds 115
Glendale Train Wagon Wheel 311
Glendale Train Wagon Wheel 918
Lyrics ByJohn Dawson 
Composed By 
Recorded ByNew Riders of the Purple Sage 

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Somebody robbed the Glendale train
This mornin' at half past nine
Sombody robbed the Glendale train
And I swear, I ain't lyin'
They made clean off with sixteen "G"s
And left two men lyin' cold
Somebody robbed the Glendale train
And they made off with the gold

Charlie Jones was the engineer,
he had 20 years on the line.
He kissed his wife at the station gate,
this morning 6:35.
Every thing went fine till 1/2 past 9,
when Charlie looked up and he saw
Some men on horses, men with guns, and
no sign of the law.

Chorus (tag no words).

Amos White was the baggage man,
and dearly loved his job.
The company rewarded him, with a
golden watch and fob.
Well Amos he was markin' time
when the door blew off his car.
They found Amos White in 15 pieces
15 miles apart.


I said somebody robbed the Glendale train
And made off with the gold.


ID: 466

29-March-2020 18:32:21
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