Mystery Train
Elvis Presley Lyrics

Train I ride, sixteen coaches long
Train I ride, sixteen coaches long
Well, that long black train got my baby and gone

Train, train, comin' 'round, 'round the bend
Train, train, comin' 'round the bend
Well, it took my baby, but it never will again
No, not again

Train, train, comin' down, down the line
Train, train, comin' down, down the line
Well, it's bringin' my baby, 'cause she's mine all, all mine
She's mine, all, all mine

Train, train, comin' 'round, 'round the bend
'Round, 'round the bend
Train, train, comin' 'round, 'round the bend
Well, it took my baby, but it never will again
Never will again
(Ooh, whoa)

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Written by: Herman Parker Jr., Sam Phillips

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Noemy Moreno

elvis fue uno de los mejores cantantes de rock"kind of rock
and roll"lo escucho
todos los dias.hoy
dia tengo 76 anos y
el mundo quedo con
mocionado por la 2o.guerra.elvis.fue
la medicina para que
recobraramos la.fe
para un nuevo mundo el sera inmor
tal..jose figuer

All comments from YouTube:


The magic of Elvis will never die, this train will never stop!

William Pride

WE ARE ALL RIDING IT...some of us hear better than others...

Jozef Hatert

Stil people jump on this elvis train



Orlando Medina

I REAFFIRM , N E V E R ! ! !


Into infinity.

Harry Frezza

Dad. Why was Elvis so great? Son for a start listen to Mystery Train

Gregory Pozzo

@Nita Sheehan Ah. Now that I see the term "comparisons are futile," I see what you are actually saying is that your opinion is correct, and any opposing points are bs. I get that now. I'll try to be more clear: Elvis was an incredible singer, a natural star, and a major contribution to pop culture. I will absolutely agree that he was a phenomenon. I was mostly pointing out the huge impact of someone that was also incredibly important, but often overlooked: Elvis's lead guitar player, Scotty Moore. He absolutely helped Elvis be great, but to his name is unknown to anyone that isn't looking closely. But you're right, I am comparing apples to oranges; I'm comparing an undeniable Star with someone that can actually play the guitar, and including the opinion that I think Brian Setzer can do both of those things. It can be argued that he can't do either one of these things as well as Elvis or Moore, but it is a proven fact that he can do both of them better than either one of them could have. Moore wasn't a front man, singer, or star. Elvis was not a gifted guitar player. Brian Setzer is both of those things. However, I also know that if Elvis never existed, the world would probably never have even heard Brian's name. Elvis was great. But so were many others. And I don't know you, so please believe that I mean no disrespect when I say this, but if the names Scotty Moore and Brian Setzer don't mean anything to you, then this entire discussion has been pointless. But just know, I would never tell you your opinion was bs. T.C.B.

Nita Sheehan

@Gregory Pozzo I think we may be comparing apples with oranges. I only know Elvis was one of a kind, and comparisons are futile. He was actually a phenomenon that could only have happened in US at that unique time in history (which I am so happy to have been a part of), and that's just that.

Gregory Pozzo

@Nita SheehanI'm sorry, but other than the part that I admitted was opinion, what part of what I said was untrue? Elvis was undeniably great, but he could not have done this song without Scotty Moore.

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