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Kansas City Southern lyrics - Turnpike Troubadours

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Well I was working on the KCS Rail Line
Katie was the girl down the street
Well I took her to a dance on the Fourth of July
Hopin she might fall in love with me

Well the band started playing right at nine
Firecrackers popped in the sky
We danced and we danced
Lord I never had a chance
I got canned on the 5th of July

[Chorus]
And we laughed at the moonlight
Said goodbye in the grey light of dawn
Yes the girl in my dreams each and every night it seems
Is the one that I hold in my arms

I was playin in the Tommy Knocker Tavern
Jenny was the girl at the bar
Well I sang every song for her and her alone
And kissed her neath the Colorado stars

[Chorus]
And we laughed at the moonlight
Said goodbye in the grey light of dawn
Yes the girl in my dreams each and every night it seems
Is the one that I hold in my arms

Seasons come and change just like the leaves
Red oaks in the kai nation wind
Well they scatter and they fall
Where they land I can't recall
Will I ever find my darlin again

[Chorus]
And we laughed at the moonlight
Said goodbye in the grey light of dawn
Yes the girl in my dreams each and every night it seems
Is the one that I hold in my arms
Yes the girl in my dreams each and every night it seems
Is the one that I hold in my arms

[Thanks to Dan for lyrics]




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