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Wreck of the Old 97

Wreck of the Old 97 - 60 - Key of G (WAV)

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Wreck of the Old 97 Melody - 60 - Key of G (mp3)

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Verse 2

He turned around and said to his

black greasy fireman,

"Shovel on a little more

coal, and 

when we cross that

White Oak Mountain

watch ol' Ninety Seven

roll."


VERSE 3


Then a telegram came to

Washington Station

this is how it

read, it said that

brave engineer that has

run ol' Ninety Seven is

lying in Danville

dead.


VERSE 4


He was going down a grade making

Ninety miles an hour when the

whistle broke into a

scream. He was 

found in the wreck with his

hand on the throttle,

scalded to death by the

steam.


VERSE 5


So now all you pretty ladies you'd

best take a warning from

this time on and

learn. Don't you

speak harsh words to your

true lovin' husband he may

leave you and never

return.