Bill Callahan - In The Pines Lyrics




The longest train I ever saw
Went down that Georgia line
The engine went by at six o'clock
And the cab went by at nine

In the pines
In the pines
The sun never shines
And we shiver
When the north wind blows

Well I asked the captain
For the time of day
He said he
Threw his watch away

A long steel rail
And a short cross tie
And I'm on my
Way back home

In the pines
In the pines
The sun never shines
And we shiver
When the north wind blows

Little girl
Little girl
What have I done
That makes you treat me this way
Well you have caused
Me to weep
You caused me to moan
You caused me to leave my home

In the pines
In the pines
The sun never shines
And we shiver
When the north wind blows





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Bill Callahan In The Pines Comments
  1. Artur Wolf

    Pls tell me the movie you guys are referring to

    Jordan Mcmillan

    Empire of dust

  2. Loucas Stephens

    She's like a tornado headed straight for my house, and i can't help but stand outside with open arms, every time.

  3. Michael Blue Riband

    13/07/2019: it's a nine pound hammer or a woman like you; my arms are tired