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Elvis Presley’s Express of Emotion: The Story Behind ‘Mystery Train’

– This song was originally written and recorded by Junior Parker in 1953.

About The Song

– Scotty Moore, who played the lead guitar on this track, borrowed the guitar riff from Junior Parker’s “Love My Baby” (1953), played by Pat Hare.
– Elvis Presley’s version of “Mystery Train” was first released as the B-side of “I Forgot to Remember to Forget” on the 20th of August 1955.
– Elvis Presley became a nationally known country-music star with this recording-.

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Lyric

🎵 Let’s sing along with the lyrics! 🎤
Train I ride, sixteen coaches long
Train I ride, sixteen coaches long
Well that long black train got my baby and gone
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Train train, comin’ ’round, ’round the bend
Train train, comin’ ’round, ’round the bend
Well it took my baby, but it never will again
No, not againTrain 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 mineTrain train, comin’ ’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, woah)

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