American Old Time Song Lyrics: 11 Don't You Hear The Bullgine

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Don't You Hear the Bullgine?

I ribed in town the tother day,
I went to the depot and I heard the people say,
The cars were a comin' and we all had to go,
For the stage and the steamboat were gittin' kinder slow.

Ding dong dell, don't you hear the bell?
Don't you hear the bullgine?
Don't you hear the bullgine?
Clear the track for she's a comin'.

The conductor sings "all aboard! "bang goes the bell,
Toot snorts the iron hore, run for seats pell mell,
Take a squat down, kerflop, on the cushion spring,
The bullgine blows and off she goes, up and down we swing.-Chorus

We took our seats, we never said a word,
Flew through the country just like a bird;
The conductor asked for money, I believe it was a dollar,
I hadn't a red cent, so he cotched me by the collar.-Chorus.

I am done with the railroad, so take my advice,
For if you do as I did, you'll never do it twice,
And if so you do they'll cotch you by the collar,
Will top you all about and then make you holler.-Chorus.
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