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3.10 TO YUMA Theme song from the film "3.10. To Yuma" (1957) (George Duning / Ned Washington) Frankie Laine (Film Soundtrack) - 1957 Also recorded by: Peter & Gordon; John Blackinsell & His Orch; Hollywood Studio Orch.; Mario Cavallero & His Orch. There is a lonely train called the 3.10 to Yuma The pounding of the wheels is more like a mournful sigh There's a legend and there's a rumour When you take the 3.10 to Yuma You can see the ghosts of outlaws go ridin' by (Ridin' by) In the sky (In the sky), way up high The buzzards keep circlin' the train While below the cattle are thirstin' for rain It's also true they say on the 3.10 to Yuma A man may meet his fate For fate travels ev'rywhere Though you've got no reason to go there And there ain't a soul that you know there When the 3.10 to Yuma whistles its sad refrain Take that train (Take that train) Take that train So when you take the train called the 3.10 to Yuma And leave the things you love You leave with a silent prayer (Silent prayer) Though you've got no reason to go there And there ain't a soul that you know there When the 3.10 to Yuma whistles its sad refrain Take that train Take that train ********** Alternate version (not used for the film soundtrack) I want to ride again on the 3.10 to Yuma That's where I saw my love, the girl with the golden hair Not a word between us was spoken No, the silence never was broken But before she left, her eyes said a sad goodbye Sad am I, sad am I To think of the chance that I missed I could cry, I could cry I want to ride again on the 3.10 to Yuma And I can meet my love and tell her how much I care Though I have no reason to go there And there's not a soul that I know there When the 3.10 to Yuma leaves If I have the fare I'll be there I'll be there. (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2008) ****************************************** (Unconfirmed source) 3.10 TO YUMA (Ned Washington / George Duning) Sandy Denny - 1967 There is a lonely train called the 3.10 to Yuma And it's the only train left for me to ride on I'll catch that lonely train called the 3.10 to Yuma I'll get my ticket now for my last time They say the life of man is made up of four seasons And springtime finds him young and planting his grain And then the summer comes bringing warm rains of reason And time to reap his crop of heartache and pain The winter comes, finds him snow-cropped and laden He has been humbled now, walking into the rain But the rains of death never fall from the cloudless skies of Yuma Time stand still for those on that 3.10 train There is a lonely train called the 3.10 to Yuma And it's the only train left for me to ride on I'll catch that lonely train called the 3.10 to Yuma I'll get my ticket now for my last time ******************************** 3:10 TO YUMA Frankie Lane (v.2 - unconfirmed) I want to ride again on the 3.10 to Yuma. That's where I saw my love, the girl with the golden hair. Not a word between us was spoken. No, the silence never was broken. But before she left, her eyes said a sad goodbye. Sad am I, To think of the chance that I missed. I could cry, To think of the lips left unkissed. Perhaps weíll ride again on the 3.10 to Yuma, And then Iíll see my love and tell her how much I care. Though I have no reason to go there, And there's not a soul that I know there, When the 3.10 to Yuma leaves, If I have the fare, Iíll be there, Iíll be there. (Contributed by Graham C. - March 2011)

    


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