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Midnight In Montgomery by Alan Jackson
Album: Don't Rock The JukeboxReleased: 1991
This is an ode to Country music legend Hank Williams. The song is about a man on a lonely road late at night who bumps into the ghost of Hank Williams.
The lyrics contain lines that are used in the Hank Williams song "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," including "Of somewhere a midnight train slowly passes by, I can hear that whistle blowing; I'm so lonesome I could cry." (thanks, Julian - Oakland, AR, for above 2)