Who Sang White Train? Paul Kelly

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Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Paul Maurice Kelly
release date: 1985
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Folk Rock/Country Rock/Indie Rock
length: 3:03
Standing on my doorway
I wondered why his hand was painted red
It's just a scratch he said
Here we go again

We stumbled to the car
By the time we hit Prince Henry's he was white
I said you looked such a sight
He said I don't feel no pain

And I know just what to do
And I know it's nothing new
We've been through this before
But I don't follow

Why must it be you
On a white train?
I stuck until the end
Though you said I was no friend

But you were blind
You really lost your mind
On a white train
Some will swill and some will sip

Some just find a place where they don't slip
Others take a trip
On a white train
And I know just what to do

And I know it's nothing new
We've been through this before
But I don't follow
Why must it be you

On a white train?



Tracklist
  • 1 From St Kilda to King's Cross
  • 2 Incident on South Dowling
  • 3 Look So Fine, Feel So Low
  • 4 White Train
  • 5 Luck
  • 6 Blues for Skip
  • 7 Adelaide
  • 8 Satisfy Your Woman
  • 9 You Can Put Your Shoes Under My Bed
  • 10 Standing on the Street of Early Sorrows
  • 11 Little Decisions