Song Information for Railroad Lady

Song Title:Railroad Lady
Artist:Nelson, Willie
Hits:31
{t:Railroad Lady}
 {st:Willie Nelson}
 
 Chorus:
 She's a [F]railroad lady, [C]just a little bit shady
 [G]spendin' her days on the [C]train
 She's a [F]semi-good-looker but the [C]fast rails they took her
 now she's [G]tryin', tryin' to [G7]get home [C]again
 
 Verse 1:
 [C]South station in Boston, to the [F]stock yards of [C]Austin
 [G]
 [C]Now that the rail have taken th[F]e [C]
 She's [G]tryin', tryin' to get home [C]again
 
 Chorus:
 She's a railroad lady, just a little bit shady
 spendin' her days on the train
 Once a pullen car traveller, the switchmen won't have her
 She's tryin', tryin' to get home again
 
 Verse 2:
 Once a high born loaner, thought he could own her
 he bought her a fur coat and a big diamond ring
 but she him for cold cash
 in the town there
 Never thinkin', never thinkin' of home way back then
 
 Verse 3 (KEY-CHANGE: same chord pattern but in the key of D!):
 
 But the rails are now rusty, and the diamond got dusty
 and the gold plated watches have taken their toll
 And the railroads are dyin', and the lady is cryin'
 on a bus to Kentucky at home that's her goal
 
 Chorus (still in D):
 She's a railroad lady, just a little bit shady
 spendin' her days on the train
 She's a semi-good-looker but the fast rails they took her
 now she's tryin', tryin' to get home again
 On a [D]bus to Kentucky at [G]home [A]once [D]again