HARRY NILSSON


Nobody Cares About The Railroads Anymore Lyrics

When we got married back in 1944
We'd board that silver liner below Baltimore
Trip to Virginia on a sunny honeymoon
Nobody cares about the railroads anymore

We'd tip that porter for a place of our own
Then send a postcard to your Mommy and Dad back home
Did something to ya when you'd hear that "all aboard"
Nobody cares about the railroads anymore

Whooee whoo oo ee whooeee

We had a daughter and you oughta see her now
She has a boyfriend who looks just like My Gal Sal
And when they're married they won't need us anymore
They'll board an aeroplane and fly away from Baltimore

Whooee whoo oo ee whooeee

When we got married back in 1944
We'd board that silver liner below Baltimore
Trip to Virginia on a sunny honeymoon
Nobody cares about the railroads anymore

Did something to ya when you'd hear that "all aboard"
Nobody cares about the railroads anymore

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