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Big Iron Horses Lyrics - Singles - Restless Heart

Big Iron Horses road across five yards bridge 

And me and my grandpa we watched from the ridge 

He knew all the trains, he'd call out each one 

Where they're goin' too, where they're comin' from? 

 

He'd say that one's from Memphis, bound for Moline 

An old '97, she's from New Orleans 

From New York to Denver, they'd roll through this town 

Now those days are gone but I still hear the sound of 

 

Big Iron Horses, steel turning round 

The sparks and the thunder as the wheels shook the ground 

The boxcars and the flatbeds and the whistles blowin' steam 

That was yesterday, now those big trains don't come anymore 

 

Now the years passed so quickly and the world had moved on 

And change cast her shadow as they left one by one 

When the last train left Avon, no one was there 

Guess they didn't know, guess they didn't care 

 

Now the station is empty and the train yard lies still 

And grandpa is gone now to St. Agnes hill 

Now I stand on the fire watch and as I close my eyes 

I see a little boy, and he's waving goodbye to the 

 

Big Iron Horses, steel turning round 

The sparks and the thunder as the wheels shook the ground 

The boxcars and flatbeds and the whistles blowin' steam 

That was long ago, now they live on in my dreams 

 

Big Iron Horses, steel turning round 

The sparks and the thunder as the wheels shook the ground 

The boxcars and the flatbeds and the whistles blowin' steam 

That was yesterday, now those big trains don't come anymore 

 

Anymore, Iron Horses 

Big Iron Horses 

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