Bloodline

Glen Campbell2007年7月17日
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Bloodline - Glen Campbell

 

In the eyes of the old ones

 

Who watched from a distance

It was a devilish magic at best

 

But the hearts of the children

 

Were filled with excitement

 

As they dreamed of their house in the West

 

Oh the engine would fire the black smoke would rise

Thru the spray of the slick silver steam

 

It was something of wonder that steel plated thunder

That moved the American dream

 

That moved the American dream

 

I can hear the sleepy whistle blowin'

I can see the spark beneath the wheels

 

As the leaves the hills behind her

For the ragged cotton fields

 

In a dusty one-house station

All the children grow impatient

 

As they stare into the distance for a sign

 

Here she comes can not you hear her whistle whine

 

Here she comes rollin' in my bloodline

 

I can feel her she's runnin' in my bloodline

 

She is running' in my bloodline

 

"All on board" I hear him cry

 

While Lucius stokes the cinder

 

And wipes the coal dust from his eyes

 

Yes she was prowd and full of fire

As she road that silver wire

>From the Kansas Plains to the great Sierra Pine

 

Here she comes can't you hear the whistle whine

 

Here she comes rollin' in right on time

 

I can feel her she's runnin' in my bloodline

 

She is running' in my bloodline

 

Now the stockyards are empty

 

The steel rails are rusted

 

They belong to the wind and the sand

 

But we long will remember

The steel and the timber

 

And the pulse that once beat thru this land

 

Oh the engine would fire the black smoke would rise

 

Thru the spray of the slick silver steam

 

It was something of wonder that steel plated thunder

 

That moved the American dream

 

That moved the American dream

 

The American dream

 

Dream

 

 

***歌詞來自第三方***

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