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  1. In Memory of 610

From the recording Country Project

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Hank Van Buren: Lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Bill Mishler: Harmony vocals, drums
Chris Purdum: Harmony vocals, bass
Tom Thompson: Harmony vocals, lead guitar
Autumn Rose: Banjo

Lyrics

In Memory of 610
(Van Buren)

Heading down to Huntington in an old Chevrolet
My friends and I were lookin' for a train that had gone away
When we saw that smoke and steam we knew we'd found our way
To that old Ohio River and the train that had gone away

They don't run those fan trips on CSX no more
The southern mountains no longer hear the rumble and the roar
The train that had gone away has gone away again
I'd like to sing a song in memory of 610

Lookin' for that train yard where the Big Sandie flows
Into the Ohio River. It's where we want to go
When we saw that smoke and steam we know we'd found our way
To that old Ohio River and the train that had gone away

They don't run those fan trips on CSX no more
The southern mountains no longer hear the rumble and the roar
The train that had gone away has gone away again
I'd like to sing a song in memory of 610

They don't run those fan trips on CSX no more
The southern mountains no longer hear the rumble and the roar
The train that had gone away has gone away again
I'd like to sing a song in memory of 610

They don't run those fan trips on CSX no more
The southern mountains no longer hear the rumble and the roar
The train that had gone away has gone away again
I'd like to sing a song in memory of 610

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