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Transcribed by: asf0@comcast.net  Alice Franceschini
Date:  September 9, 1997
Subject: My Baby Thinks He's A Train by Rosanne Cash
Album: Hits 1979-1989
Written by: Leroy Preston

      MY BABY THINKS HE'S A TRAIN     Rosanne Cash

1.) It's 3 a.m. in the morning.  The train whistle is blowing.
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It sounds like some lonesome song in my soul in my soul
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Baby split the blanket He won't be back no more  go to 2nd verse
2.) My baby thinks he's a train, he makes his whistle stop then he's gone again
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Some- times it's hard on a poor girl's brain -  a poor girl's brain
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I'm    telling you boys my  baby thinks he's a   train.   go to chorus
3.) Choo choo ain't just some train sound, 
it's the noise that you hear when my baby hits town.
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with his long hair flying, man he's hard to tame
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What you suppose to do when your baby thinks he's a train  go to verse 4
4.) He eats money like a train eats coal.  

He burns it up then he'll leave you in the smoke
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If you want to catch a ride, you wait till he unwinds -  he might unwind
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He's just like a train, He's alway giving some tramp a ride go to chorus

Locomotion is the way he moves, 
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He drags me around just like an old caboose.
I'm telling you girls that man's insane
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My baby thinks he's a train.

Instrumental ending.