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Lyr Req: Fast Movin' Train (Dave Loggins)

Roger in Baltimore 13 Apr 07 - 03:27 PM
Jeri 13 Apr 07 - 03:34 PM
Marion in Cornwall 13 Apr 07 - 03:38 PM
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Subject: Looking for a country western song
From: Roger in Baltimore
Date: 13 Apr 07 - 03:27 PM

I know I am over the line in asking, but I will ask anyway. I am looking for a C&W song from the late 1990's. I have verses, but no chorus and I do not know the group that performed it. If anyone has any information, I will be much obliged. This song has entered my head and will not go away.

I knew she had a long line of lovers,
Mostly the gambling king.
I didn't want to be like the others,
And get left behind.
I heard about her bad reputation,
How she had a heart of stone.
How she'd give a man a moment of pleasure,
To get what she wants.


I had a weakness for her kind of woman,
That I could never deny.
I knew I would never see it coming,
'Til I was lost in her eyes.
The more I tried to keep her at a distance,
The more I became aware.
She was breaking down my resistance,
'Til I no long cared.

I remember only that there was a killer chorus, but I remember nothing else about the chorus.

Roger in Baltimore


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Subject: Lyr Add: FAST MOVIN' TRAIN (Dave Loggins)
From: Jeri
Date: 13 Apr 07 - 03:34 PM

From Restless Heart

FAST MOVIN' TRAIN
Dave Loggins

She had a long line of lovers, mostly the gambling kind.
I didn't want to be like the others and get left behind.
I heard about her bad reputation and how she had a heart of stone,
How she'd give a man a moment of pleasure to get what she want.

I had a weakness for her kind of woman, I could never deny.
I knew I would never see it coming until I was lost in her eyes.
The more I tried to keep her at a distance, the more I became aware
She was breaking down my resistance till I no longer cared.

Tonight I saw the red, red rose in a yellow moon,
Shining on a silhouette lying in the shadows of my bedroom.
I knew it when we made love and I couldn't quit calling her name,
And I've been hit by another fast movin' train.
I've been hit by another fast movin' train.

I wondered as I lay there and held her, why can't this be real?
Why the fear wouldn't let me tell her how could she make me feel.
I doubt it if she would even be around when the moment comes.
I waited till she fell asleep to whisper, "Baby, look what you've done."

Tonight I saw the red, red rose in a yellow moon,
Shining on a silhouette lying in the shadows of my bedroom.
I knew it when we made love and I couldn't quit calling her name,
And I've been hit by another fast movin' train.

Tonight I saw the red, red rose in a yellow moon,
Shining on a silhouette lying in the shadows of my bedroom.
I knew it when we made love and I couldn't quit calling her name,
And I've been hit by another fast movin' train.
I've been hit by another fast movin' train.


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Subject: RE: Looking for a country western song
From: Marion in Cornwall
Date: 13 Apr 07 - 03:38 PM

Here's a link to the words and chords - hope they're of use.



Fast Movin' Train


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Subject: RE: Looking for a country western song
From: Janie
Date: 14 Apr 07 - 03:03 PM

Hi Roger! Good to see you on the 'Cat.

Janie


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Subject: RE: Looking for a country western song
From: Roger in Baltimore
Date: 16 Apr 07 - 08:12 AM

Thanks Jeri and Marion! This why I love this site. Howdy, Janie. I haven't really been gone, just not as active. Thanks, again.

Roger in Baltimore


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