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Glendale Train ukulele

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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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Date: Wed, 18 Oct 1995 16:34:36 -0400 (EDT)
From: Glenn Estes 
Subject: Glendale Train by New Riders of the Purple Sage
Resent-to: ~riggv@ttacs.ttu.edu
To: Greg Vaughn , guitar archive 
MIME-version: 1.0
Newsgroups: rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature

I was kind of surprised not to find this in the guitar archive or COWPIE.
I downloaded the lyrics from the lyric server a iowa.edu, but the
file was not attributed.
Cheers.

Glendale Train  (New Riders)

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


Charlie Jones was the engineer, 
he had twenty years on the line.
He kissed his wife at the station dear,
this morning at six thirty five
Every thing went fine till half past nine
when Charlie looked up and he saw.
Men on horses, men with guns, 
and no sign of the law.

Chorus.  (tag no words).

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

Chorus. (2x plus tag with words).


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Glenn Estes,Accounting Manager| My opinions do not reflect those of 
B Levy & Son                 | my employer, unless he happens to be right.
Scranton,PA USA SOL III       | 
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