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Lyr Req: That Glory Bound Train (Acuff, McLeod)

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Subject: Glory Bound Train
From: Chowchilla Ed
Date: 26 Dec 98 - 11:45 PM

Looking for an old gospel song named "Glory Bound Train" possily sung by Roy Acuff back in the 40's. Need the words to the song - I know the melody. The first few lines are "Get your ticket yes in person for the glory bound train; oh, will you ride, oh will you ride; will you ride that train to glory bye and bye." Please e-mail me at www.randrkiwi.manznet. Thanks!

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Subject: glory bound train
Date: 29 Dec 98 - 11:27 PM

I'm looking for the words of an old gospel song possibly recorded by Roy Acuff in the 40's named "Glory Bound Train". I know the melody, but lacking some words. The first verse is "Get your tickets, yes, in person for the Glory Bound Train. Will you ride, oh will you ride the train to glory, bye and bye." Thanks for your help.

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Subject: Lyr Add: THAT GLORY BOUND TRAIN (Acuff, McLeod)
From: Gene
Date: 30 Dec 98 - 12:05 PM

As recorded by Kitty Wells
Writers: Roy Acuff & Odell McLeod

Come and listen won't you brother
Have you heard or don't you know
There's a train that's bound for glory
Will you ride it when it goes
Have you made all preparations
Reservations all complete
Will you hear that whistle blowing
Will you be there at your seat

Has your ticket yet been purchased
For that glory bound train
Oh will you ride (that glory bound train)
Oh will you ride (that glory bound train)
Will you ride that train to glory by(e) and by(e)

Oh, the headlight will gleaming
Jesus is the Engineer
Will you ride this train to glory
Or will you be waiting here
When its' golden bells start ringing
When He calls out all aboard
Will you have your ticket ready
For your Savior and your Lord


When you hear it in the distance
Hear its' might drivers roll
Just a little while to tarry
Then we'll walk those streets of gold
Will those loved ones who have journeyed
Just a little while ago
Meet you there at heaven's station
When that last, long whistle blows


Kitty Wells/Singing on Sunday/Decca DL-74270

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Subject: RE: glory bound train
From: Ed
Date: 04 Jan 99 - 06:21 PM

Thanks Gene for the info on That Glory Bound Train. Been trying for a long time to get the words, and am really pleased. I am going to sit down right now with my Martin guitar and play. It brings back a lot of old memories. Thanks again!

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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: That Glory Bound Train (Acuff, McLeod)
Date: 26 Jul 17 - 12:29 PM

Does anyone know where I could get That Glory Bond train sheet music sung by Roy Acuff and written by Odell Mcleod. I found the lyrics but I can't find sheet music to play it on a piano.

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