Train

Album: 3 Doors Down (2008)
  • Put me on the train mama
    'Cause things just ain't the same no more
    Put me on the train mama
    I'm leavin' today

    Well I don't want to watch the world spinnin'
    I want to be spinning with it
    Put me on the train mama
    I'm leavin' today

    'Cause I've got the feeling that's for sure
    And to know that I can get it makes me want it more
    Mama I just want you to know that I'm gonna be fine

    Lord I know it's a chance that I take
    But I know you'll forgive the mistakes that I make
    There's a life out there and it's gonna be mine

    Put me on the train mama
    'Cause I can't take this pain no more
    Put me on the train mama
    Well I'm leaving today

    And there's a world that's out there waitin'
    And I know that it's a chance I'm takin'
    Put me on the train mama
    I'm leaving today

    'Cause I've got the feeling that's for sure
    And to know that I can get it makes me want it more
    Mama I just want you to know that I'm gonna be fine

    Lord I know it's a chance that I take
    But I know you'll forgive the mistakes that I make
    There's a life out there oh, it's gonna be mine

    God knows how long I'll be gone
    But maybe one day the train will bring me home

    Put me on the train mama
    Oh put me on the train mama
    Put me on the train mama
    I'm leaving today

    'Cause I've got the feeling that's for sure
    And to know that I can get it makes me want it more
    Mama I just want you to know that I'm gonna be fine

    Lord I know it's a chance that I take
    But I know you'll forgive the mistakes that I make
    There's a life out there oh, and it's gonna be mine

    Oh put me on a train mama
    'Cause I'm leavin' today Writer/s: BRADLEY KIRK ARNOLD, CHRISTOPHER LEE HENDERSON, MATTHEW DARRICK ROBERTS, ROBERT TODD HARRELL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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