FANDOM

2,054,289 Pages

StarIconGreen
LangIcon
Train to Hopeville

This song is by Fiona Boyes and appears on the album Blues Woman (2008).

I done put down my sorrow, put down my heavy load
I done put down my sorrow, put down my heavy load
I'm riding on a train and I'm a long, long way from home

I know you got your troubles, Lord, and I got mine
I know you got your troubles, Lord, and I got mine
But can't you hear the whistle and it's blowing on down the line?

It's saying 'Brothers and sisters, everything's gonna be all right!'
'Brothers and sisters, everything gonna be all right!"
You know a brand new day always follows the darkest night

There ain't no fireman, and there ain't no engineer
Ain't no fireman, ain't no engineer (not on this train)
There ain't non conductor - and you don't need no tickets here!

Once I had stones in my pass-way and I was crossed for sure
Once I had stones in my pass-way and I was crossed for sure
But now I washed the jinx off me and I ain't got the blues no more

Singing 'Brothers and sisters, everything gonna be all right!'
'Brothers and sisters, everything gonna be all right!'
Brand new day always follows the darkest night
Everything gonna be all right...

Credits

Written by:

Fiona Boyes

External links

Community content is available under Copyright unless otherwise noted.