Woody Guthrie - The Gambler
like
tweet
post
linkedin
share
pinterest
pin it
email
email

WOODY GUTHRIE


The Gambler Lyrics

The Gambler
"Good morning Mister Railroad man.
What time do your trains toll by?"
"At nine-sixteen and two-forty-four
And twenty five minutes till five."
"It's nine-sixteen and two-forty-four,
Twenty-five minutes till five,
Thank you Mr. Railroad man,
I want to watch your trains roll by."
Standing on a platform,
Smoking a cheap cigar
Waiting for an old freight-train
That carries an empty car.
Well, l pulled my hat down over my eyes,
And l walked across the track,
And I caught me the end of an old freight-train,
And I never did come back.
I sat down in a gamblin' game,
And I could not play my hand,
Just thinkin' about that woman I love
Run away with another man.
Run away with another man, poor boy
Run away with another man,
I was thinking about that woman that l love,
Run away with another man.
Note: a sort of montage of pieces of Poor By and Danville Girl RG
Recorded by Cisco Houston. Also, I think, Woody Guthrie
filename[ GAMBLR
RG
===DOCUMENT BOUNDARY===

Correct these lyrics

check mp3juices for The Gambler mp3 download

Watch Woody Guthrie The Gambler video
Watch Video
Rate The Gambler by Woody Guthrie (current rating: N/A)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Meaning to "The Gambler" song text no entries yet
required
capthca required

Characters count
: min. 100 characters