Reed, Jerry - Last Train To Clarksville Lyrics




Take that last train to Clarksville and I'll meet you at the station
You can be there by four-thirty cause I've got your reservation
Don't be slow oh no no no I love you so
Because I'm leaving in the morning and I must see you again
We'll have one more night together till the morning brings my train
And I must go oh no no no I love you so
And honey I don't know if I'm ever coming home

I'll take that last train to Clarksville and I'll meet you at the station
We'll have time for coffee flavored kisses and a little conversation
No oh no no no I love you so
I'll take that the last train to Clarksville now I must hang up the phone
I can't hear you in this noisy railroad station all alone
I'm feelin' low oh no no no I love you so
And honey I don't know if I'm ever coming home





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  1. #1 Fan

    Take that last train to Clarksville and I'll meet you at the station
    You can be there by four-thirty cause I've got your reservation
    Don't be slow
    oh no no no
    I love you so
    Because I'm leaving in the morning and I must see you again
    We'll have one more night together before the morning brings my train
    And I must go
    oh no no no
    I love you so
    And honey I don't know if I'm ever coming home

    Now take that last train to Clarksville
    and I'll meet you at the station
    We'll have time for coffee flavored kisses and a little conversation
    Oh
    oh no no no
    I love you so
    Now take that last train to Clarksville
    now I must hang up this phone
    I can't hear you in this noisy railroad station all alone
    I'm feelin' low
    oh no no no
    I love you so
    And honey I don't know if I'm ever coming home

  2. mike schofield

    Great guitar work.

  3. chrisw

    a great version..

  4. Krista Rheal

    Ehhh...I'll give it a thumbs up because it's Jerry who's singing it and I love his voice; but it's always going to be a Monkees song.

  5. Kidd Oldman

    What a fantastic version! I'll bet even Mike Nesmith would enjoy it! Thanks for introducing me to it.

  6. HiggsFenderU2

    I must learn that guitar piece...

  7. pwreric

    @bornonafarm God, the music heritage there is so rich and thick you can smell it. Everything from Son House, Robert Johnson to Levon Helm, Elvis, Muddy Waters and Lead Belly for Gods sakes.

  8. John Clark

    Clarksdale MS is well worth a visit, not commercialsed like Memphis and all the better for it.

  9. John Ehrhart

    Aye, yi, yi. This guy can really arrange music. He's got me waiting on every note to see what he's going to do.