John Lord

John Lord

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Pop - General | Brussels, Belgium
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Member Since: 2004
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74

Song Description

This is a rocker with a slow bluesy start and a gospel feel. There are influences from all my heroes: Elvis, The Beatles, Jerry Lee and so on - back to my roots!

Story Behind the Song

Yet again the guy's on a train getting away from a broken love affair. He seems to be doing what the lady wishes. Good policy, I'd say!

Lyrics

Slow Intro. Station man said, Where d'you wanna ticket to?
I replied that Heaven would be nice!
Take me to a destination - anywhere will do,
Just to stop me feeling blue.

1. Sittin' here and watchin' as the trees go by,
Sentimental journey and I don't know why.
You decided there's a better way to live,
I decided there's a better way to give.

Refrain 1. I'm on the Train of Freedom, tryin' to find my way.
Way down the line, things will be fine,
The future will be mine.
I'm on the Train of Freedom one more time.

Etc...

Copyright (c) 2005 John Lord. All Rights Reserved.
(John W. Handscombe, Member of the Performing Right Society, London, England).

Song Length
4:00
Genres
Pop - General, Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Delighted

Subject Matter
Trains, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
The Dave Matthews Band, Johnny Winter
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits John Lord
Music Credits John Lord
Producer Credits John Lord
Publisher Credits Newbraugh Brothers Music - BMI
Performance Credits John Lord
Label Credits NBT Records, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411, USA