Johnny Burnette And The Rock'n'Roll Trio: The Train Kept A-Rollin' | Song-Factsheet

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Song «The Train Kept A-Rollin'» von Johnny Burnette And The Rock'n'Roll Trio.

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Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1956 10 13 (Single), 1956 (Album)
Label: Coral 9-61719, Coral CRL 57080
Songwriter Tiny Bradshaw & Howie Kay & Syd Nathan
Produktion: Owen Bradley
Genre: Rock'n'Roll - Rockabilly

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Ein Schulkollege von Elvis Presley, Gitarrensolo mit Röhrenverstärker, dem eine Röhre gelockert oder entfert wurde (siehe Stichwort: Defect Effects).

Personen und Querverweise


Johnny Burnette And The Rock'n'Roll Trio
Tiny Bradshaw
Howie Kay
Syd Nathan
Owen Bradley

Lyrics

I caught a train I met a dame She was a hepster And a real gone dame She was pretty From New York City And we trucked on down that old fair lane With a heave and a ho Well i just couldn't let her go Get along, creepy little woman Get along, well be on your way Get along, creepy little woman Get along, well be on your way With a heave and a ho Well i just couldn't let her go Well, the train kept a-rollin all night long The train kept a-rollin all night long The train kept me movin' all night long The train kept a-rollin all night long With a heave and a ho Well i just couldn't let her go We made a stop In Alberquerque She must of thought That I was a real gone jerk We got off the train At El Paso Our lovin was so good, jack, I couldn't let her go Get along Well I just couldn't let her go Get along, creepy little woman Get along, well be on your way Get along, creepy little woman Get along, well be on your way With a heave and a ho Well I just couldn't let her go The train kept a-rollin all night long The train kept a-rollin all night long The train kept her movin' all night long The train kept a-rollin all night long With a heave and a ho Well I just couldnt let her go-oh-oh