The Trains    (video)

 

    G - A - D

 

       D  Em                               G                                   A

1. She acts unaware of her smile or the scent of her hair,

         D  Em                                          G                                        A

    when she leaves a room she takes everyone's eyes out their heads.

             Em                     C                        Em

    But I hurt too much to let her bring me down,

                      G                      F                      Em

    but when she's not around I can hear the trains underground.

         G          Am   F                    Em

    When I'm alone I can feel the sun going down.

 

       D   Em                            G                                     A

2. How can I explain all the reasons she frightens me so,

         D   Em                              G                                       A

    when she has the power to burn me right down to my soul.

                   Em                 C                     Em

    But then every night I see her in my dreams,

                 G                         F                    Em

    but the days in between she tears me apart at the seams.

       G                Am     F                               Em                        - G

    Once I was strong, she's taught me what loneliness means.

 

     C                 C7                                              F     - Fm

+  No, nobody else could understand her like I do,

      C              C7                                              F    - Fm

     so I gotta make her realize she loves me, too.

              Em - Am             Em  - G - A

    And I do,           I really do.

 

+  D - Em - G - A (2x)

 

                   Em                 C                     Em

+  But then every night I see her in my dreams,

                 G                         F                    Em

    but the days in between she tears me apart at the seams.

       G                Am     F                               Em

    Once I was strong, she's taught me what loneliness means.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      D    Em                              G                                   A

3. She acts unaware of her smile or the scent of her hair,

         D  Em                                          G                                        A

    when she leaves a room she takes everyone's eyes out their heads.

             Em                     C                        Em

    But I hurt too much to let her bring me down,

                      G                      F                      Em

    but when she's not around I can hear the trains underground.

      G                 Am   F                    Em

    Once I was strong, I can feel the sun going down,

    F                      Em                          F                   Em

    I can hear the trains underground, I can feel the sun going down.

    F                      Em                         F                    Em

    I can hear the trains underground, I can feel the sun going down,

    F                     Em                            F      Dm    Em

    I can hear the trains underground, oh oh oh oh oh.

 

 

(orig. = capo 2nd)    (The Nashville Ramblers)