Cream - Traintime Lyrics




See the old train go down the track
Hear the wheels go clicketty clack
It's comin' home, comin' home
Leavin' town baby, ain't comin' home no more

Get the train, you know why I'm leavin'
No use in greavin', well I'm leavin'
Well I'm leavin' town
Leave town, ain't comin' home no more

Traintime baby, traintime almost here
Traintime baby, traintime almost here
So give me one more time do dah yeh

Traintime baby
Traintime baby
Bye bye baby
Bye bye
Bye bye
Bye bye
Bye bye
Bye bye
Bye bye baby





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  1. dana Andrusik

    Seems bruce and baker are in artistic symbiosis. DRIVING!!!

  2. Laredo Lenny

    Thank you for posting.

  3. Pablo Pistacio

    The best Blues harp I have ever heard . Note perfect because he was a perfect
    pitch singer . Great musician . I have loved this song for over 40 years .
    Jack's harp on Muddy Water's Rollin' and Tumblin' was great as well .

    Gerardo Neri

    The level of musicianship is superb. Jack was a musical genius along with Clapton and Baker.

  4. Mark Bresnahan

    Jack Bruce..............................................................

  5. Allan Lindsay

    Jack Bruce, for a classically trained cellist was a great bass player, a great harmonica player and much else beside.

  6. NB Y

    Drums!!!!

  7. Louise F.

    Jack kills this tune...Ginger pushing him all the while. Nothin' better!

  8. Jason Lawrence

    R.I.P. Ginger Baker.

  9. ハーモニカ・ジャンキィさーど

    この曲名は クリームの1968年のライヴから「クリームの素晴らしき世界」収録の「列車時刻」。

  10. william g shippw.g

    Having played at blues harp for 20yrs,every time I hear this,it makes me sit down and take my hat off...go Jack...👀

  11. Sanseverese 86

    Doveva essere il tema del bullo di "un sacco bello" di Carlo Verdone. Lui voleva fortemente questo pezzo ma i cream volevano molti soldi e Ennio Morricone compose un pezzo che si ispirava a questo brano.. Risultato? Un pezzo che spacca

  12. Juan Ortiz

    Que poderosa versión esta , que maestría en los tambores de Ginger Backer y la solidez de Jack Bruce en la armónica ,no se si en este tema interviene Eric Clapton .Desde Chile un saludo a todos los rockeers del mundo "" LARGA VIDA AL ROCK ""

    Gerardo Neri

    Bien dicho!!!!!! Pura CREMA

  13. Red Amy

    Ah, yes. 1968. A very, very good year.

  14. ピアノマン

    これは金色のジャケットでしょ!

  15. Wayne Cameron

    And he does it all on just one breath of methamphetamine-laced air.

  16. Stephen Kane

    This is pure bliss.

  17. Sanseverese 86

    The Morricone version is better than this

  18. Richard Bull

    Still rehearsing this. Gonna take a while longer. Traaaaiiintiiiime, Baby!

  19. Gabe Morehouse

    He was probably better than Butterfield

    Pablo Pistacio

    No probably about it .

  20. László Levente Kis

    See the old train go down the track
    Hear the wheels go clicketty-clack
    It's comin' home, comin' home
    Leavin' town, baby, ain't comin' home no more.
    Get the train, you know that's why I'm leavin'
    Ain't no use to greavin', well, I guess I'm leavin'
    Well, I'm leavin' town' well, I'm leavin' town
    Leave town, baby, ain't comin' home no more.
    Traintime, baby, traintime's almost here
    Traintime, baby, traintime's almost here
    So give me one more time so now, do-dah-yeah.
    Traintime, baby
    Traintime, baby.
    Bye-bye, baby.
    Bye-bye
    Bye-bye
    Bye-bye
    Bye-bye
    Bye-bye
    Bye-bye, baby.

    Ed Conyers

    Wow !
    No one like Jack on the Harper!

  21. NS Steampunk

    RIP Jack Bruce

    Brendan Foley

    Aqualung!

  22. Stephen Pratt

    wonderful. just wonderful. where can you here music like/ as good as this now?

  23. Ron Beretta

    The reason I first picked up the harmonica and started playing 50 years ago

  24. Lo K

    I never cease to be amazed when I hear this song it's like hearing it for the first time everytime I hear it amen

  25. Thodoris Vlastos

    I iust put this song and my mom asked me: "is he immitating the sound of a train ? "
    Felt so glad :)

    Dave Epelone

    That's why music is the universal language

    Wayne Cameron

    "Gee, Mom, I dunno. Does it sound like a train to YOU?"

  26. CDrummer Gaming

    My dad has an unopened copy of this album in his room.

    ed young

    original shiny cover?

  27. william somerville

    first album I ever bought as a sixteen year old apprentice in 1968. Still have the album somewhere in the attic.

  28. kenbluesharp

    And also Rollin' and Tumblin" from Fresh Cream... magic !!!

  29. kenbluesharp

    Kick drum from Ginger...wow...

  30. Chris Piazza

    Jack Bruce is literally on fire here. Amazing.