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  • "2:19"
    (Tom Waits, Kathleen Brennan) by Tom Waits

  • "3:10 To Yuma"
    ( George Dunning, Ned Washington) by Sandy Denny

  • "49 Tons"
    (Fred Eaglesmith) by Fred Eaglesmith

  • "5.15
    (The Angels have Gone)" (David Bowie) by David Bowie

  • "5:15"
    (Chris Isaak) by Chris Isaak

  • "5:15"
    ( Pete Townshend) by The Who, from Quadrophenia, 1973

  • " 500 Miles"
    ( Hedy West) Bill Anderson, Bad Astronaut, Chet Atkins, Hoyt Axton, Bobby Bare, The Brothers Four, Roseanne Cash, Glenn Campbell, Nick Cave& the Bad Seeds, Chad Mitchell Trio, The Country Gentlemen, Jackie DeShannon, Lonnie Donegan, Cliff Eberhardt, Jimmy Gilmer, The Hooters, The Journeymen, Kingston Trio, Al Kooper, Arthur Lyman, Peter & Gordon, Peter, Paul & Mary, Marc Ribot & McCoy Tyner, Johnny Rivers, Alexander Rybak, The Seekers, The Seldom Scene, Judee Sill, Billy Strange, Sonny & Cher, Roger Whittaker

  • "900 Miles"
    (Traditional) by Bethany & Rufus, Fiddlin' John Carson, Doris Day, Barbara Dane, Dion, Bob Dylan, The Easy Riders, Ramblin'Jack Elliott, John Fahey, Adam Faith, Terry Gilkyson, Woody Guthrie, Richie Havens, Cisco Houston, Bert Jansch& John Renbourn, Wade Mainer, Roger McGuinn, The New Christy Minstrels, Nina & Frederik, Odetta, Esther Ofarim, Reptile Palace Orchestra, Pete Seeger & Mike Seeger, Show of Hands, Red Smiley, Town Criers, The Weavers, Wally Whyton, Glenn Yarbrough

  • A

  • "Across the Track Blues"
    (Duke Ellington) by Duke Ellington

  • "Ain't No Brakeman"
    (Fontaine Brown) by John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Coco Montoya

  • " Alabama Bound",
    see "I'm Alabama Bound"

  • " Algoma Central No. 69"
    by Stompin' Tom Connors

  • "All Aboard
    (Muddy Waters) by
    Chuck Berry, Terry Garland, Muddy Waters. Nat King Cole (Nat King Cole), The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi (Archie Brownlee), The Kinks ( Ray Davies), Wynton Marsalis(Wynton Marsalis), Del McCoury (Bradley Rodgers, Charley Stefl, Eugene P. Ellsworth), Allison Moorer (Allison Moorer, Doyle Lee Primm), Jimmy Mundy (Jimmy Mundy), Sly & Robbie

  • "All Aboard for Dreamland"
    ( Andrew B. Sterling, Gussie L. Davis), sheet music published 1904

  • " All Down the Line"
    ( Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) by The Rolling Stones
  • "All Night Train",
    The Allman Brothers Band ( Greg Allman, Warren Haynes, Chuck Leavell), New Grass Revival (Steven Briner, Sam Bush), Percy Sledge (unlisted)

  • "Amtrak (Ain't Coming Back)"
    (Billy Joe Shaver) by Billy Joe Shaver

  • "Amtrak Blues"
    (Alberta Hunter) by Alberta Hunter

  • "Amtrak Crescent"
    (Scott Miller) by Scott Miller

  • "Amtrak Is for Lovers"
    (Houston Calls) by Houston Calls

  • "Another Journey by Train"
    ( Simon Gallup, Matthieu Hartley, Robert Smith), Lol Tolhurst) by The Cure

  • " Another Town, Another Train"
    (Benny Andersson, by ABBA

  • "Another Train Coming"
    ( Ronald White, William "Mickey" Stevenson) by Kim Weston

  • " Are Ye Right There, Michael"
    ( Percy French) by Bing Crosby, Brendan O'Dowda, Sean Ryan

  • " Are You Lonely For Me"
    ( Bert Berns) by Hank Ballard, Commitments, Grateful Dead, Al Green, Chuck Jackson, Steve Marriott, Otis Redding & Carla Thomas, Freddie Scott

  • "Asleep on the Subway"
    (Sxip Shirey) by Sxip Shirey

  • "At the Sound of the Signal Bell"
    ( Will A. Heelan, Max Dreyfus), sheet music published 1898

  • "At the Station"
    ( Joe Vitale, Joe Walsh) by Joe Walsh

  • "Atlanta Special, The"
    (Bukka White) by Bukka White

  • "Atlantic Coastal Line, The"
    (Fred Burch, Mel Tillis) by Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs, Burl Ives, Charley Pride, Hank Snow

  • "Auctioneer (Another Engine)"
    ( Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, Michael Stipe)by R.E.M.

  • B

  • "'B' Movie Box Car Blues"
    (Delbert McClinton) by Delbert McClinton

  • "B & O Blues"
    Bumble Bee Slim (Amos Easton), Big Joe Turner (Big Joe Turner)

  • "B & O Blues, No. 2"
    (Gary Atkinson, Blind Willie McTell) by Blind Willie McTell

  • " Baby Likes to Rock It"
    ( Steve Ripley, Walt Richmond) by The Tractors

  • "Back on the Train"
    ( Tome Marshall) by Phish, Toots & the Maytals

  • "Back Up Train"
    (James, Rodgers) by Al Green

  • "Bad Luck Blues"
    (Blind Lemon Jefferson) by Blind Lemon Jefferson

  • "Ballad of John Henry"
    (see "John Henry") by Jimmy Dean

  • "Beat It on Down the Line"
    (Jesse Fuller) by Jesse Fuller, The Grateful Dead, Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions

  • "Because He Was Only a Tramp"
    (Traditional,related to "The Tramp") by Wyzee Hamilton

  • "Bellerin' Plain"
    by Captain Beefheart

  • "Ben Dewberry's Final Run"

    ( Andrew Jenkins) by Johnny Cash, Jerry Douglas, Steve Forbert, Bill Monroe, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Snow

  • "Between Trains"
    Auburn Lull (Auburn Lull), Robbie Robertson (Robbie Robertson)

  • "Big Bear Train"
    (Jimmy Yancey) by Jimmy Yancey

  • "Big Black Train"
    (George Sherry) by Flatt & Scruggs

  • "Big City Train"
    ( Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal, Eric Stefani, Gwen Stefani) by No Doubt

  • "Big Freight Train Carry Me Home"
    (Lecil Martin) by Boxcar Willie

  • "Big Payback, The"
    (Bruce Springsteen) by Bruce Springsteen

  • "Big Railroad Blues"
    ( Noah Lewis) by Cannon's Jug Stompers (1928), Grateful Dead

  • "Big Train"
    by David Lee Roth

  • "Big Train (from Memphis)"
    by (John Fogerty) by John Fogerty

  • "Big Train Running"
    by The Doobie Brothers

  • "Big Wheels"
    (Clovis Yarnall) by Hank Snow

  • "Bill Groggin's Goat"
    ( Traditional)by Sara Hickman

  • "Bill Mason"
    (Copyrighted by Roy Harvey, from poem by Bret Harte) by Roy Harvey & the North Carolina Ramblers (1927), Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers (1929)

  • "Billy Richardson's Last Ride"
    ( Carson Robison, Cleburne C. Meeks) by Vernon Dalhart, 1926

  • "Black Cowboys"
    (Bruce Springsteen) by Bruce Springsteen

  • "Black Girl"
    (variation of "The Longest Train"/" In the Pines") by Long John Baldry, Lonnie Donnegan, Marianne Faithful, Clifford Jordan, Journeymen, Lead Belly, Nirvana ("Where Did You Sleep Last Night?"), Pete Seeger, Josh White

  • "Black Train"
    by The Gun Club

  • "Black Train Blues, The"
    (Bukka White) by Bukka White

  • "Blow That Lonesome Whistle Casey"
    Al Dexter

  • "Blow That Whistle, Freight Train"
    ( Alton & Rabon Delmore) by Happy & Artie Traum

  • "Blue Railroad Train"

    Alton Delmore)by The Delmore Brothers, Hot Tuna, Jorma Kaukonen, Geoff & Maria Muldaur, The Tony Rice Unit, Marty Stuart, Merle Travis, Doc Watson, Doc & Merle Watson Danny Schmidt.

  • "Blue Train"
    (Billy Smith) by
    Johnny Cash

  • "Blue Train"
    by Billie Holiday & John Coltrane

  • "Blue Train, The"
    by Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris

  • "Blue Train (of the Heartbreak Line)"
    (John D. Loudermilk) by John D. Loudermilk

  • "Blue Train Blues"
    by Bukka White

  • "Blue Water Line"
    (Dora Graf, Martin Seligson) by The Brothers Four, Kingston Trio

  • " Blue Yodel No. 7"
    (Jimmie Rodgers, George Vaughn) by Bill Monroe, Jimmie Rodgers

  • "Blues for Dixie"
    (O.W. Mayo) by Merle Haggard

  • " Bone Against Steel"
    by 38 Special

  • "Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train"
    (Richard Vance) by Mabel Scott

  • "Born on a Train"
    by The Magnetic Fields

  • "Bound for Glory"
    see "This Train Is Bound for Glory"

  • "Bound for Hell"
    ( David J) by Love and Rockets

  • "Boxcar Blues"
    (Boxcar Willie) by Boxcar Willie, Maggie Jones

  • "Boxcar Willie"
    (Lecil Martin) by Roy Acuff, Boxcar Willie

  • "Boxcar's My Home"
    (Lloene Martin) by Boxcar Willie

  • "Boxcars"
    by Joe Ely

  • "Brakeman's Blues" (Jimmie Rodgers) by Johnny Cash, Lefty Frizzell, Bill Monroe, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Snow

  • "Brave Engineer, The"
    (Fred E. Reynolds), published 1891; Roy Harvey & North Carolina Ramblers,1926 ("The Wreck of the Old 97"), 1926; Cisco Houston (Cisco Houston), 1953

  • "Breakdown"
    by Jack Johnson

  • " Bridal Train"
    by The Waifs

  • "Bringin' in the Georgia Mail"
    ( Fred Rose) by Norman Blake, Sam Bush, Floyd Cramer, Flatt & Scruggs, Jim & Jesse McReynolds, Charlie Monroe, Reno & Smiley, Mac Wiseman

  • "Bringing My Baby Back"
    by Almaida

  • "Broke Down Engine"
    (Blind Willie McTell) by Peter Case, Cephas & Wiggins, Bob Dylan, Paul Geremia, John Hammond, Jr., Colin Linden, Blind Willie McTell, Buddy Moss, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Martin Simpson, Johnny Winter

  • "Broken Down Tramp, The"
    ( A. P. Carter,related to "The Tramp") by The Carter Family (1937)

  • "Broken Train"
    by Beck

  • "Buddy Better Get on Down the Line"
    by The Kingston Trio

  • "Bull Doze Blues"
    (Henry Thomas) by Henry Thomas

  • "Bummin Around"
    (Peter Graves) by Boxcar Willie

  • "Bullet Train"
    Wynton Marsalis, Judas Priest, Lee Ritenour, Art Taylor, The Ventures, The Ernie Watts Quartet

  • "Bummin' an Old Freight Train"
    by Lester Flatt & The Nashville Grass

  • "Burma Train"
    by Martin Denny

  • "BW Railroad Blues"
    (Townes Van Zandt) by Townes Van Zandt

  • "Bye, Bye Black Smoke Choo Choo"
    by Joe Glazer

  • C

  • "C & O Excursion"
    by Frank Hutchison

  • "C & O Whistle"

    by Fruit Jar Guzzlers

  • "Ca Roule"
    by CANO

  • " California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4)"
    (Jimmie Rodgers) by Gene Autry, Lefty Frizzell, Woody Guthrie, Merle Haggard, Bill Monroe, Tim O'Brien, Webb Pierce, Jimmie Rodgers, The Seldom Scene, Doc & Merle Watson

  • " California Zephyr"
    by Larry Sparks

  • "Calling Trains"
    ( Traditional) by Utah Phillips

  • "Can't See You"
    by The Allman Brothers

  • " Can't You See"
    by The Marshall Tucker Band

  • " Canadian Pacific"
    ( Ray Griff) by George Hamilton IV, Gordon Lightfoot, Hank Snow

  • " Canadian Railroad Trilogy"
    (Gordon Lightfoot) by Gordon Lightfoot

  • "Cannonball Blues"
    by June Carter Cash, John Cohen, The Dillards, The Carter Family, The Dillards, Jerry Douglas & Peter Rowan, Flatt & Scruggs, Frank Hutchison, Grandpa Jones, Furry Lewis, Jelly Roll Morton, Utah Phillips, The Seldom Scene

  • "Carolina Blues"
    (Chan Kinchla, John Popper) by Blues Traveler

  • "Carrollton March, The"
    (Arthur Clifton), first US train song, copyrighted July 1, 1828

  • " Casey Jones"
    ( Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter) by Grateful Dead, Wailing Souls, Warren Zevon & David Lindley

  • " Casey Jones"
    (by Eddie Newton, T. Lawrence Seibert, attributed to Wallace Saunders) by Sidney Bechet, Fiddlin' John Carson, Johnny Cash, Vernon Dalhart, Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band, Mississippi John Hurt, "Spider John" Koerner, Furry Lewis, The New Christy Minstrels, The Sons of the Pioneers, Spike Jones, Tex Ritter, Tom Russell, Pete Seeger

  • "Casey Jones, the Union Scab"
    by Almanac Singers, Joe Glazer, Joe Hill, Utah Phillips, Pete Seeger

  • "Casey Junior"
    from the Dumbo soundtrack

  • "Casey's Last Ride"
    ( Kris Kristofferson) by Kris Kristofferson, John Denver, Waylon Jennings, Euson, Peter Rowan, Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, June Tabor

  • "Cash"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "Cattail Down"
    by Me With Out You

  • " Chattanooga Choo Choo"
    ( Harry Warren, Mack Gordon) by Beegie Adair, The Andrews Sisters, Ray Anthony, Asleep at the Wheel, BBC Big Band, Tex Beneke, George Benson, John Bunch, Cab Calloway, Caravelli, Regina Carter, Ray Charles, Harry Connick, Jr., Ray Conniff, Floyd Cramer, = Ernie Fields, Stephane Grappelli & Marc Fosset, Bill Haley & His Comets, John Hammond, Jr., The Harmonizing Four, Harmony Grass, Harpers Bizarre, Ted Heath, Betty Johnson, Susannah McCorkle, Ray McKinley, Big Miller, Glenn Miller, Carmen Miranda, Richard Perlmutter, Oscar Peterson, Elvis Presley, Spike Robinson, Harry Roy, Jan Savitt, The Shadows, Hank Snow, Teddy Stauffer, Dave Taylor, Claude Thornhill, The Tornados, Guy Van Duser

  • "Cherokee Fiddle"
    by Johnny Lee
  • "Chickasaw Train Blues"
    by Memphis Minnie

  • "Chick-A-Choo Freight"
    by Bob Newman

  • "Chicken Train" by Ozark Mountain Daredevils

  • "Chinacat Sunflower"
    by Grateful Dead

  • "Choo Choo Blues"
    (Virginians) by Virginians, 1922

  • " Choo Choo Ch'Boogie"
    (Denver Darling, Milt Gabler, Vaughn Horton, Louis Jordan) by Asleep at the Wheel, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Clifton Chenier, Five Guys Named Moe, Foghat, The Four Knights, Bill Haley & His Comets, Quincy Jones, Louis Jordan, Bert Kaempfert, B.B. King, The Manhattan Transfer, Kenny Roberts, Helen Shapiro

  • "Choo Choo Comin'" by The Stanley Brothers

  • "Choo Choo Mama"
    by Ten Years After

  • "Christie Road"
    by Green Day

  • " City of New Orleans"
    (Steve Goodman) by Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, John Denver, Steve Goodman, Arlo Guthrie, The Limeliters, Willie Nelson, Randy Scruggs, The Seldom Scene, Hank Snow

  • " C'Mon N' Ride It (The Train)"
    by Quad City DJ's

  • "Coal Smoke, Valve Oil and Steam"
    by Johnny Horton

  • "Coal Train (Stimela)"
    (Hugh Masekela) by Hugh Masekela

  • " Cole Younger"
    ( Traditional)by Dock Boggs, R.W. Hampton, Mary McCaslin, Michael Martin Murphey

  • "Come on to Nashville, Tennessee"
    ( Walter Donaldson), published 1916

  • "Come On Train"
    by Don Thomas

  • "Coming and the Going of the Trains, The"
    (Red Lane) by Merle Haggard

  • "Conjunction Junction"
    from Schoolhouse Rock!
  • "Coronation Scot" ( Vivian Ellis)by Sidney Torch Orchestra

  • "Country Express"
    by Wayne Raney

  • "CPR Blues"
    by Robert Charlebois

  • "Crazy Engineer, The"
    (Joe Steen) by Hank Snow

  • "Crazy Hannah's Ridin' the Train"
    (Moe Tucker) by Moe Tucker

  • "Crazy Little Train of Love"
    ( Eddie Miller) by Hank Snow

  • " Crazy Train"
    (Ozzy Osbourne, Randy Rhoads, Bob Daisley) by Pat Boone, Carbon Leaf, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Emm Gryner, Iron Horse, Living Loud, Ozzy Osbourne, Dee Snider, These Arms Are Snakes

  • " The Crime of the D'Autremont Brothers,"
    (Charles Johnson, Paul Johnson) by The Johnson Brothers, 1928

  • "Cross the Tracks (We Better Go Back)"
    by Maceo & The Macks

  • "Crosstie Walker"
    by Creedence Clearwater Revival

  • "Crystal Chandeliers and Burgundy"
    by Johnny Cash

  • D

  • "Daddy Was a Railroad Man"
    (Boxcar Willie) by Boxcar Willie

  • " Daddy, What's a Train?"
    (Utah Phillips) by John Denver, Joe Glazer, Utah Phillips,

  • "Danville Girl"
    by Joe Glazer

  • "Dark Hollow"
    by Grateful Dead

  • "Daughter of A Railroad Man"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "Daybreak Express"

    (Duke Ellington) by John Barry, Duke Ellington

  • "Day the Train Jumped the Tracks"
    (Michael Carmody) by Split Lip Rayfield

  • " Day We Caught the Train, The"
    by Ocean Colour Scene

  • "De Gospel Train",
    see "Gospel Train"

  • "Death's Black Train Is Comin'"
    by Rev. J. M. Gates, 1926

  • "Desert Moon"
    by Dennis DeYoung

  • "Desperados Waiting for a Train"
    (Guy Clark) by Mark Chesnutt, Guy Clark, David Allen Coe, Nanci Griffith, The Highwaymen, Tom Rush, Martin Simpson, Jerry Jeff Walker

  • "Destination Anywhere"
    by The Marvelettes, The Commitments

  • " Destination Victoria Station"
    (Johnny Cash) by Johnny Cash

  • "Detroit Special"
    (Big Bill Broonzy) by Big Bill Broonzy

  • "Devil's Train"
    by Roy Acuff

  • " Different Trains"
    (Steve Reich) by Steve Reich

  • "Diplomat, The"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "Distant Train"
    by The Seldom Scene
  • "Dixie Flyer"
    Gene Clark ( Thomas Jefferson Kaye), Lester Flatt ( Marty Stuart), Randy Newman (Randy Newman), Muggsy Spanier ( Walter Melrose)

  • "Dixie Flyer Blues"
    (Bessie Smith) by Bessie Smith

  • "Do the Choo-Choo"
    ( Gamble and Huff) by Archie Bell & the Drells

  • "Doggone That Train"
    (Jimmy Davis) by Hank Snow

  • "Don't Miss That Train"
    by Sister Wynona Carr

  • "Don't Sleep in the Subway"
    by Petula Clark

  • "Don't Stop Believin'"
    by Journey

  • "Down Bound Train"
    (Chuck Berry) by Chuck Berry

  • "Down by the Station"
    by Four Preps

  • " Down in the Tube Station at Midnight"
    ( Paul Weller) by The Jam

  • "Down There by the Train"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "Down Where the Cotton Blossoms Grow"
    ( Harry Von Tilzer, Andrew B.Sterling), published 1900

  • " Downbound Train"
    (Bruce Springsteen) by Bruce Springsteen

  • " Downtown Train"
    (Tom Waits) by Mary Chapin Carpenter, Everything but the Girl, Tom Russell Band, Bob Seger, Patty Smyth, Rod Stewart, Tom Waits

  • "Draize Train"
    by The Smiths<

  • "Dream Train"
    (Charles Newman, Billy Baskette) by Guy Lombardo

  • " Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill"
    (attributed to Thomas F. Casey, published 1888) by Arthur Collins, The Easy Riders, George J. Gaskin, Bob Gibson, Cisco Houston, Burl Ives, Frank Luther, Chubby Parker, Peerless Quartet, Dan W. Quinn, Earl Robinson, Win Stracke, The Tarriers, The Tradewinds, The Weavers

  • " Driving the Last Spike"
    ( Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford) by Genesis

  • " Driver 8"
    by R.E.M.

  • " Drug Train"
    The Cramps ( Lux Interior, Rorscach), Social Distortion ( Mike Ness)

  • "Dulcimer"
    (David Mallett) by David Mallett

  • "Dummy Line, The"
    by Anne Hills & Cindy Mangsen

  • "Dying Hobo"
    by Joe Glazer, Frank Hutchison, Doc Watson

  • E

  • "East Texas Red"
    (Woody Guthrie) by Arlo Guthrie, Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston

  • "Easy Rider Blues"
    (Lemon Jefferson, Joan S. Sommer,) by Lemon Jefferson

  • "Eastbound Freight Train"
    Reno & Smiley

  • "Eastbound Train"
    by Flatt & Scruggs

  • " Empire State Express"
    by Son House

  • " Electric Trains"
    ( Glenn Tilbrook, Chris Difford) by Squeeze

  • "End of Train Device"
    by Utah Phillips

  • "Engine 143"
    ("F.F.V." and "Wreck on the C & O") by Dave Alvin & the Guilty Men, Joan Baez, The Carter Family, Johnny Cash, The David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, Kossoy Sisters, Ralph Stanley

  • "Engine Driver"
    by Decemberists

  • " Engine Engine #9"
    (Roger Miller) by Roger Miller

  • "Engine Number 9"
    from Starlight Express soundtrack

  • "Engine of Love"
    from Starlight Express soundtrack

  • "Engine One-Forty-Three"
    ( Traditional) by The Carter Family, Johnny Cash

  • "Engineer"
    (on Russian lang) by "Mordor"

  • "Engineer Bill"
    (Eliza Gilkyson) by Eliza Gilkyson

  • "Engineer's Child, The"
    ( Carson Robison) by Vernon Dalhart, 1926, related to "Just Set a Light" (1896) Hank Snow

  • "Engineers Don't Wave from the Train Anymore"
    by Earl Scruggs

  • "Evening Train, The"
    ( Hank Williams, Audrey Williams) by Molly O'Day

  • "Everybody Loves a Train"
    ( David Hidalgo, Loui PC3A9rez) by Los Lobos

  • "Express"
    (Rick Thompson, Bill Risbrook,
    Carlos Ward, et al.) by B.T. Express

  • "Express Orient"
    by Batterie-Fanfare de la Garde RC3A9publicaine, 1910

  • "Expressman Blues"
    (James Rachell) by Sleepy John Estes

  • F

  • "F.F.V."
    ("Engine 143" and "Wreck on the C & O") by Doc Watson

  • "Fast Express"
    ( Traditional) by The Delmore Brothers, The Stanley Brothers & the Clinch Mountain Boys

  • "Fast Freight"
    ( Terry Gilkyson) by The Easy Riders, Kingston Trio, Serendipity Singers, Ritchie Valens

  • " Fast Movin' Train"
    ( Dave Loggins)by Restless Heart

  • "Fast Moving Night Train"
    by Grandpa Jones

  • " Fast Train"
    ( Myles Goodwyn) by April Wine

  • "The Fatal Run, "
    (Cliff Carlisle) by Cliff Carlisle,1931

  • "Fear of Trains"
    ( Stephin Merritt) by The Magnetic Fields

  • "Fireball Mail"
    ( Andrew Jenkins) by Roy Acuff, Flatt & Scruggs, Hank Snow

  • "First Train Headin' South"
    (Johnny Horton) by Jimmy Dean, Johnny Horton

  • " First Train Home"
    Fleetwood Mac ( Peter Green), Imogen Heap (Imogen Heap)

  • " Fisherman's Blues"
    by The Waterboys

  • "Flag That Train (to Alabam')" (Lindsay McPhail, Irving Rothschild, Eddie Richmond) by Fred Hamm Orchestra, 1925

  • "Flyin' CPR, The"
    by Stompin' Tom Connors

  • "Flying Scotsman"
    (Scott, Wood) by Sidney Torch Orchestra

  • " Folsom Prison Blues"
    (Johnny Cash) by Johnny Cash

  • "Freak Train"
    by Kurt Vile

  • "Freedom Train"
    (Irving Berlin) by Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters

  • "Freedom Train"
    by James Carr, Merle Haggard, Roger Taylor

  • " Freight Train"
    (Elizabeth Cotten) by Chet Atkins, Joan Baez, Elizabeth Cotten, Ani DiFranco & Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Jerry Garcia & David Grisman, Taj Mahal, Peter, Paul & Mary, Mike Seeger, Peggy Seeger, Pete Seeger, Patrick Sky, Uncle Earl, Doc Watson, Mac Wiseman

  • " Freight Train"
    ( Michael Angelo Batio) by Nitro

  • "Freight Train Blues"
    by Lightnin' Hopkins

  • "Freight Train Blues"
    (Jack Lair) by Roy Acuff, Boxcar Willie, Dick Curless, Jimmy Dean, Bob Dylan, Red Foley, Webb Pierce, Happy Traum, Merle Travis, Doc Watson, Doc & Merle Watson, The Weavers, Hank Williams

  • "Freight Train Blues"
    by Mississippi Fred McDowell

  • "Freight Train Blues"
    (Clara Smith) by Clara Smith, Trixie Smith

  • "Freight Train Blues"
    ( Clarence Williams) by Sidney Bechet

  • "Freight Train Boogie"
    Red Foley, Reno and Smiley, Doc Watson

  • "Freight Train Heart"
    by Boxcar Willie

  • "Freight Train Moanin' Blues"
    (Billie Pierce) by Billie & De De Pierce

  • "Freight Train Ramble"
    by Darby & Tarlton

  • "Freight Train to Nowhere"
    (Mark Heard) by Mark Heard

  • "Freight Wreck at Altoona, The"
    ( Carson Robison) by Vernon Dalhart (1926), Riley Puckett 1937)

  • "Friendship Train"
    ( Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield) by Lee Hazlewood, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers, The Temptations

  • "Frisco Road"
    by Utah Phillips

  • "Frisco Train Blues"
    by Texas Alexander, circa 1928

  • "From a Boxcar Door"
    (Lloene Martin, Miz Box) by Boxcar Willie

  • "From a Late Night Train"
    by The Blue Nile

  • "From a Rolls to the Rails"
    by Boxcar Willie

  • "Full Throttle"
    by Kottonmouth Kings

  • "Funeral Train"
    by Rev. J. M. Gates, 1926

  • "Funky Soul Train" by Hank Ballard

  • G

  • "Gallopin' Goose, The"
    by C. W. McCall

  • " Gandy Dancer's Ball"
    (Paul Mason Howard, Paul Weston) by Frankie Laine, The Weavers

  • "Georgia on a Fast Train"
    Billy Joe Shaver, Johnny Cash

  • "Georgie on the IRT"
    ("Wreck on the C & O", by Dave van Ronk

  • "Get Down off of the Train"
    (O'Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley) by The Isley Brothers

  • "Get Off the Track!"
    (Jesee Hutchinson, Jr.), published 1844, by Hutchinson Family Singers

  • "Gettin' Up Holler"
    ( Traditional)by Cisco Houston

  • "Ghetto Train"
    by Luther Ingram

  • "Ghost Train"
    by Ellen Allien (Ellen Allien), Gary Brooker(Gary Brooker), Marc Cohn (Marc Cohn), Elvis Costello, (Elvis Costello), Counting Crows (Adam Duritz), Gorillaz (Ian Burden, Gorillaz, Phillip Oakey), Richard Greene (Larry Cansler, Richard Greene), Rickie Lee Jones (Rickie Lee Jones), Mary McCaslin(Mary McCaslin), Carrie Newcomer (Carrie Newcomer), Steve Roach, (Roger King, Steve Roach), Marty Robbins (Bob Nolan, Joe Babcock), Gary Stewart (Gary Stewart, Gregg Allman), The Stranglers (The Stranglers), Justin Sullivan (Justin Sullivan), Summer Camp (Summer Camp), Marion Williams (Thomas Newman)

  • "Ghost Trains"
    (Famous Lashua) by Erlend Oye, Hank Snow

  • "Glendale Train"
    by New Riders of the Purple Sage

  • "Glory Bound Train"
    ( Traditional) by Bukka White

  • "Glory Train"
    Pat Boone (Ferrell), Stephen Fearing (Stephen Fearing), Cissy Houston (Cissy Houston), Rick Nelson (Baker Knight), Randy Newman (Randy Newman), Johnny Rivers (James Hendricks),

  • "Go Go Train"
    by Freda Payne

  • "Going Away"
    by Utah Phillips,

    Rosalie Sorrels

  • "Going Home Train"
    by Irving Berlin

  • "Going to Ride That Midnight Train"
    ( Bill Chitwood, James A. Bland) by Georgia Yellow Hammers, 1927

  • "Golden Rocket, The"
    (Hank Snow) by Boxcar Willie, Hank Snow

  • "Gone Darker"
    by Electrelane

  • "Gone Dead Train"
    by King Solomon Hill (King Solomon Hill); by Nazareth, Randy Newman, George Thorogood & the Destroyers, Neil Young & Crazy Horse ( Jack Nitzsche, Russ Titelman)

  • "Gone, Just Like a Train"
    by Bill Frisell

  • " Gospel Train"
    ( Traditional)by Marian Anderson, Acker Bilk, Eubie Blake, The Four Knights, John Hammond, Jr., Mahalia Jackson, Marie Knight, The Lewis Family, Larry Sparks, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Willard White

  • "Got the Railroad Blues"
    by Gene Austin & George Reneau

  • "Graveyard Train"
    ( John Fogerty) by Creedence Clearwater Revival

  • "Great American Bum"
    ( Traditional)by Cisco Houston

  • " Great Crush Collision March"
    by Scott Joplin

  • "Great Locomotive Chase, The" by Robert W. Smith

  • "The Great Nashville Railroad Disaster, "
    ( Bobby Braddock, Rafe VanNoy) by David Allan Coe

  • "Greenville Trestle High"
    by Doc Watson

  • H

  • "Hank and the Hobo"
    (Boxcar Willie) by Boxcar Willie

  • "Happy Go Lucky Local"
    by Duke Ellington

  • "Hate Train"
    by Metallica

  • "He Is Coming to Us Dead"
    (G. B. Grayson, "Just Set a Light", 1896) by Dry Branch Fire Squad (2005), G.B. Grayson & Henry Whitter (1928), The New Lost City Ramblers, Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys (1996)

  • "He Was in Heaven Before He Died"
    by John Prine

  • "He's Gone"
    ( Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter) by Grateful Dead

  • "Hear That Lonesome Whistle Blow"
    by Roger Whittaker

  • " Hear My Train A Comin'"
    (Jimi Hendrix) by Jimi Hendrix

  • "Hear the Whistle Blow a Hundred Miles"
    by Flatt & Scruggs

  • "Heart Like a Locomotive"
    by Paul Butterfield

  • "Heart Like Railway Steel"
    by Charley Patton

  • "Heartbreak Express",
    Dolly Parton (Dolly Parton), Alabama ( Jeff Cook, Phil Wolfe)

  • "Heaven Bound Train"
    by Carl Story

  • "Hell Bound Train"
    ( Traditional)by Frank Hutchison

  • "Hello Hopeville"
    by Michelle Shocked

  • "Helping Hand (A Thousand Miles from Home)"
    ( Dave Bartholomew, Fats Domino), Jimmie Rodgers's "Waiting for a Train", by Fats Domino, Snooks Eaglin

  • " Here Comes the Freedom Train"
    (Stephen H. Lemberg) by Merle Haggard

  • "Here Comes the Train"
    by Solomon Burke

  • "Here We Are, Here We Are! (or Cross ober Jordan)"
    ( Daniel D. Emmett), published 1863

  • "Here's to You Rounders"
    by Art Thieme
  • " Hey Porter" (Johnny Cash) by Johnny Cash

  • "Hey, Hey Train"
    ( Marty Stuart) by Johnny Cash

  • "High Speed Train"
    by R.E.M.

  • "Hobo Bill"
    by Martha Copeland

  • "Hobo Bill's Last Ride"
    (Waldo O'Neal) by Gene Autry, Johnny Cash, Bill Clifton, Iris DeMent, Merle Haggard, Cisco Houston, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Snow, Doc & Merle Watson

  • "Hobo Blues"
    by John Lee Hooker, Dr. Isaiah Ross

  • "Hobo Heaven"
    by Boxcar Willie

  • "Hobo Jungle"

    by The Band

  • "Hobo Kinda Man"
    by Lynyrd Skynyrd

  • "Hobo's Lullaby"
    by Woody Guthrie

  • "Hobo Martin"
    by Benny Martin

  • "Hobo's Meditation"
    (Jimmie Rodgers) by Boxcar Willie, Michael Chapman, Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris & Linda Ronstadt, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb

  • "Hobo, You Can't Ride This Train"
    by Louis Armstrong

  • "Home in a Boxcar"
    by Hoots & Hellmouth

  • "Homeward Bound"
    ( Irving Berlin), published 1915 Watch Your Step

  • " Homeward Bound"
    by Simon and Garfunkel

  • "Honky Tonk Train Blues"
    by Meade Lux Lewis

  • "Hot Box Blues"
    (Randy Leiner) by Boxcar Willie

  • "Hot Rails to Hell"
    by Blue C396yster Cult

  • " How Long, How Long Blues
    (Leroy Carr, 1928), by Henry "Red" Allen, Kokomo Arnold, Count Basie, Gladys Bentley, Barney Bigard, George Brunies, Bud & Travis, Bumble Bee Slim, Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Pee Wee Crayton, Barbara Dane, Blind John Davis, Lonnie Donegan, Champion Jack Dupree, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Doc Evans, Ella Fitzgerald, Jesse Fuller, Nat Gonella, Davy Graham, Andy Griffith, Coleman Hawkins, Al Hibbler, Art Hodes & Truck Parham, Richard "Groove" Holmes, John Lee Hooker, Hot Tuna, Howlin' Wolf, Lil' Son Jackson, Milt Jackson & Ray Charles, "New Orleans" Willie Jackson, Skip James, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Bunk Johnson, Pete Johnson, B.B. King, Alexis Korner, Eddie Lang & Joe Venuti, Lead Belly, Meade "Lux" Lewis, Smiley Lewis, Robert Lockwood, Jr., Wingy Manone, Del McCoury, Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry, Memphis Slim, Albert Nicholas, Odetta, Pinetop Perkins, Gene Phillips, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Archie Shepp, Lou Rawls, Johnny Ray, Tampa Red, Jimmy Reed, Jimmy Rushing, T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Dave Van Ronk, Dinah Washington, Doc Watson, Josh White, Jimmy Witherspoon, Albert Wynn, Jimmy Yancey & Mama Yancey

  • "Hudson Line"
    by Mercury Rev

  • "Hurricane"
    by Steve Gillette

  • I

  • "I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train"
    by Tennessee Ernie Ford

  • "I Got the Train Sittin', Waitin'"
    by Waylon Jennings

  • "I Hate the Train Called the M & O"
    by Lucille Bogan, 1934

  • "I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow"
    see "Lonesome Whistle"

  • "I Know You Rider"
    ( Traditional)by Big Brother & the Holding Company, Grateful Dead, Judy Henske, Hot Tuna, Phil Lesh, Fred Neil

  • "I Like Trains"
    by Fred Eaglesmith

  • "I Love the Sound of a Whistle"
    by Boxcar Willie

  • "I Often Dream of Trains"
    (Robyn Hitchcock) by Firewater, Robyn Hitchcock, Grant Lee Phillips

  • "I Once Knew a Chap Who Discharged a Function"
    Gilbert & Sullivan), from Thespis

  • "I Packed My Suitcase, Started to the Train"
    (Jennie Mae Clayton, Will Shade) by Memphis Jug Band, 1927

  • "I Played Chicken with the Train"
    by Cowboy Troy

  • " I treni di Tozeur"
    ( Franco Battiato, Giusto Pio) by Carla Bissi & Franco Battiato

  • "I Want to Be in Dixie"
    ( Irving Berlin), published 1912

  • "I Want to Go to Morrow"
    (Lew Sully), published 1898, by Dan W. Quinn, recorded 1902

  • "I Was the Train"
    (Adam Pope) by Vince Mira

  • "I Wish My Mother Was on That Train"
    by Blind Joe Taggart

  • "I'll Be Home on Christmas Day"
    (Michael Jarrett) by Elvis Presley

  • "I'll Keep It With Mine"
    (Bob Dylan) by Bob Dylan

  • "I'm a Train"
    by Albert Hammond

  • " I'm Alabama Bound"
    see "Alabama Bound"

  • "I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome"
    by Bill Monroe

  • "I'm Going Home on the Heaven Bound Train"
    by Rev. J.M. Gates, circa 1930

  • "I'm Going Home on the Morning Train"
    ( Traditional) by Ruth Brown, Molly O'Day, Arizona Dranes, Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper

  • "I'm Leavin' on That Blue River Train"
    (Carson Robison) by Gene Autry, Carson Robison

  • "I'm Leavin' on the Midnight Train"
    (Lead Belly) by Lead Belly

  • "I'm Leaving on That Late, Late Train"
    (Solomon Burke) by Solomon Burke

  • " I'm Moving On"
    (Hank Snow) by Roseanne Cash, Ray Charles, King Curtis, The Everly Brothers, Charlie Feathers, Billy Fury, Hank Garland, Don Gibson, Merle Haggard, John Hammond, Jr., Emmy Lou Harris, Al Hirt, JohnKay, Willie Nelson, The Pagans, Les Paul, Elvis Presley, Professor Longhair, Leon Russell, Hank Snow, Steppenwolf, Taste, Ernest Tubb, Ike & Tina Turner, Gene Vincent

  • "I've Been Working on the Railroad" 1931) by Maybelle Carter, David Clayton-Thomas, Dick Curless, Arthur Lyman, Art Mooney & His Orchestra, Rooftop Singers, Pete Seeger, Frankie Yankovic

  • "I've Got a Mind to Ramble"
    by Alberta Hunter

  • "I've Got a Thing About Trains"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "If I Die a Railroad Man"
    by Frank Hutchison

  • "If Love Was a Train"
    by Michelle Shocked

  • "If The Brakeman Turns My Way"
    by Bright Eyes

  • "In a Boxcar around the World'
    (Cliff Carlisle) by Cliff Carlisle

  • "In a Station"
    ( Richard Manuel by The Band, Olivia Newton-John

  • "In the Baggage Coach Ahead"
    ( Gussie Davis), published 1886, by Fiddlin' John Carson, Vernon Dalhart (1918), Dick Nolan, Steve Porter, Mac Wiseman

  • " In the Pines"
    by Bill Monroe, Dock Walsh (1925), Mac Wiseman

  • "Indian Pacific, The"
    by Slim Dusty

  • "Into You Like a Train"
    by The Psychedelic Furs

  • "It Takes a Long Train (With a Red Caboose)"
    by Bing Crosby & Peggy Lee

  • "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry"
    (Bob Dylan) by Blue Cheer, David Bromberg, Bob Dylan, Fairport Convention, Marianne Faithful, Jerry Garcia Band, Grateful Dead, Levon Helm, Al Kooper & Stephen Stills, Little Feat, Robyn Hitchcock, Taj Mahal, Tracy Nelson, Leon Russell, Merl Saunders, Chris Smither, Phoebe Snow & Michael McDonald, Toto, Martha Velez

  • J

  • "J. C. Holmes Blues"
    (Gus Horsley, "Casey Jones") by Bessie Smith

  • " Jack Straw" ( Bob Weir, Robert Hunter) by Grateful Dead, Robert Hunter, Bob Weir

  • "Jay Gould's Daughter"
    by Pete Seeger
  • "Jay Goose Is Dead" by J. E. Mainer & His Mountaineers

  • "Jenny Dreamed of Trains"
    by Sweethearts of the Rodeo

  • "Jerry, Go Ile (Oil) That Car"
    by Harry McClintock

  • "Jim Blake's Message"
    copyrighted by Carson Robison, Pete Condon, 1927) by The Carter Family, Vernon Dalhart, Phipps Family, Jean Ritchie

  • "Jimmie the Kid"
    (Jack Neville, Jimmie Rodgers) by Gene Autry, Merle Haggard, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Snow

  • " John Henry"

    by Pink Anderson, Chet Baker, Harry Belafonte, Leon Bibb, Dock Boggs, Big Bill Broonzy, The Book of Knots, Buster Brown, Gabriel Brown, Hylo Brown, Ace Cannon, Fiddlin' John Carson, Cephas & Wiggins, The Cows, Joe Craven, Johnny Cash, Cuff the Duke, Eric Darling, Little Jimmy Dickens, Lonnie Donegan, Duane Eddy, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, David Dudley, Snooks Eaglin, John Fahey, Raymond Fairchild,0 Flatt & Scruggs, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jesse Fuller, Tony Furtado, Alice Gerrard & Hazel Dickens, Bob Gibson, Lloyd Green, David Grisman, The Gun Club, Woody Guthrie, Rolf Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Roscoe Holcomb, Johnny Horton, Burl Ives, John Jackson, The Johnson Mountain Boys, Grandpa Jones, Garrison Keillor, The Kentucky Colonels, Hugh Laurie, Leadbelly, Furry Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Lilly Brothers, The Limeliters, Uncle Dave Macon, Taj Mahal, J. E. Mainer, The Mammals, Jimmy Martin, John McCutcheon, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry, Memphis Slim, Charlie Monroe, Bill Monroe, Odetta, Jerry Reed, Harvey Reid, John Renbourn, Don Reno & Red Smiley, Lesley Riddle Paul Rishell & Annie Raines, Paul Robeson, Tracy Schwarz, Mike Seeger, Pete Seeger, Bruce Springsteen, Ralph Stanley, Staple Singers, Stringbean, Marty Stuart, Texas Ruby & Curly Fox, Henry Thomas, Hank Thompson, Merle Travis, Porter Wagoner, Steve Wariner, Doc Watson, Josh White, Paul Winter, Chubby Wise

  • "Journeyman"
    by Jethro Tull

  • "Jungle Train"
    by Babes in Toyland

  • "Jump That Train"
    by Foghat

  • " Jumping Someone Else's Train"
    by The Cure

  • "Jupiter and the 119, The"
    by Railroad Earth

  • "Just Another Whistle Stop"
    ( Richard Manuel, Robbie Robertson) by The Band, Phil Lesh

  • "Just Like This Train"
    (Joni Mitchell) by Joni Mitchell

  • "Just Missed the Train"
    by Trine Rein

  • "Just Set a Light"

    (Henry V. Neal, Gussie L.Davis), circa 1896, basis for "The Engineer's Child" and "He's Coming to Us Dead"

  • K

  • "Kansas City Southern"
    ( Gene Clark) by Dillard & Clark

  • "Kassie Jones"
    (Furry Lewis) by Furry Lewis

  • "K.C. Blues"
    ( Traditional) by Frank Hutchison, Hobart Smith

  • "K.C. Railroad Blues"
    (Andrew Baxter, Jim Baxter) by Andrew & Jim Baxter, 1927

  • "K.C. Railroad Blues"
    by Curly Fox

  • "Keep on Rollin' Down the Line"
    by Boxcar Willie

  • "Kentucky Borderline"
    (Terry Herd, Rhonda Vincent) by Rhonda Vincent

  • "Kentucky Hill Special"
    by Lonesome Pine Fiddlers

  • " King of the Road"
    (Roger Miller) by Boxcar Willie, Roger Miller

  • "Kundalini Express"
    by Love and Rockets

  • L

  • "L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore, The"
    (Jean Ritchie) by Norman Blake, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Bobby Goldsboro, Kathy Mattea, Jean Ritchie, Michelle Shocked

  • "L.& W. R.R. Station in Kentucky"
    by Frank Crumit & Carson Robison

  • "Lafayette Railroad"
    by Little Feat

  • "Land of Hope and Dreams"
    by Bruce Springsteen

  • "Last Cannonball"
    by Mary McCaslin

  • "Last Carnival, The"
    by Bruce Springsteen

  • "Last Express, The"
    by Vernian Process

  • " Last Fair Deal Gone Down"
    by Robert Johnson

  • "Last Lonely Train"
    by John Altenburgh

  • "Last of the Steam Powered Trains"
    ( Ray Davies) by The Kinks

  • "Last Ride, The"
    ( Ted Daffan) by Hank Snow

  • "Last Train"
    The Backsliders (Stephen Howell, Chip Robinson), Bon Jovi ( Jon Bon Jovi, Mark Hudson), Eric Clapton (Irvin Benno, Marc Benno), Dead Moon ( Fred Cole), Graham Central Station (Larry Graham), Arlo Guthrie, The King Brothers(Newell Burton, Johnny Dyer, T. Graphia, Lee King, Sam King, John Juke" Logan, G. McGlothen), Leo Kottke (John Fahey), Jimmy LaFave, Primal Scream ( Andrew Innes, Bobby Gillespie, Martin Duffy, Robert "Throb" Young), Allen Toussaint (Allen Toussaint), Peter Rowan, Travis ( Francis Healy), Yes ( Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Chris Squire, Alan White)

  • "Last Train for Glory"
    by Arlo Guthrie

  • "Last Train from Poor Valley"
    (Norman Blake) by Norman Blake, The Seldom Scene

  • "Last Train Home"
    by Armored Saint, Pat Metheny

  • " Last Train Home"
    by Lostprophets

  • " Last Train Home"
    ( Paul Field, Dave Cooke) by Network 3

  • " Last Train to Clarksville" ( Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart) by Four Tops, The Monkees

  • "Last Train to Daggenham"
    by Cock Sparrer

  • "Last Train to Glasgow Central"
    by Billy Connolly

  • "Last Train to Heaven"
    by Boxcar Willie

  • "Last Train to Lhasa"
    by Banco de Gaia

  • "Last Train to London"
    by Electric Light Orchestra

  • "Last Train to Loveland"
    by Eddie Hinton

  • "Last Train to San Fernando"
    by = Johnny Duncan

  • " Last Train to Trancentral"
    by The KLF

  • "Late for the Train"
    ( John Maher, Pete Shelley, Steve Diggle, Steve Garvey) by the Buzzcocks

  • "Leavin' Memphis, Frisco Bound"
    (Jesse Fuller) by Jesse Fuller

  • "Leavin' Train"
    (Bruce Springsteen) by Bruce Springsteen

  • "Legend of John Henry"
    (see "John Henry") by Johnny Cash

  • " Let It Rock" (Chuck Berry) by Hasil Adkins, Chuck Berry, Jerry Garcia, The Georgia Satellites, The Head Cat, The MC5, MotC3B6rhead, John Oates, Rockpile, The Rolling Stones, Bob Seger, Shadows of Knight, The Stray Cats, George Thorogood, Widespread Panic, The Yardbirds

  • "Let Me Ride the Southbound"
    by Rex Allen,Sr.

  • "Let the Train Whistle Blow"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "The Letter"
    ( Wayne Carson Thompson) by Box Tops, Joe Cocker

  • "Life Is a Mountain Railroad"
    by Carter Family

  • "Life Is Like a Mountain Railroad"
    by Charles Davis Tillman

  • "Life's Railway to Heaven"
    by Amazing Rhythm Aces, Carter Family, Patsy Cline, Charles Davis Tillman,

  • "Light at the End of the Tunnel"
    by Richie Havens

  • "Lightning Express, The"
    ( J. Fred Helf, Eddie Moran) by Vernon Dalhart, Frank Hutchison

  • "Like The 309"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "Lincoln's Funeral Train"
    (Norman Blake) by Norman Blake & Tony Rice

  • "Linin' Track"
    ( Traditional)by Jesse Fuller, Koerner, Ray & Glover, Lead Belly, Taj Mahal, Fred Neil, Omar & the Howlers

  • "Little Black Train"
    (Woody Guthrie) by Jesse Fuller, Woody Guthrie

  • "Little Engine That Could, The"
    ( Billy May/ Warren Foster) by John Denver

  • "Little Stream of Whiskey"
    by Doc Watson

  • "Little Red Caboose"
    ( Traditional) by Joanie Bartels, Laurie Berkner, Ella Jenkins, Elizabeth Mitchell & Lisa Loeb, Odetta, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Henry Thomas, Buckwheat Zydeco

  • "Little Train From Caipira"
    by Heitor Villa-Lobos

  • " The Loco-Motion"
    ( Gerry Goffin, Carole King) by Little Eva, Kylie Minogue

  • "Locomotive"
    by MotC3B6rhead

  • "Locomotive"
    by Sawyer Brown

  • " Locomotive Breath"
    ( Ian Anderson) by Jethro Tull, Dave McCann, Rabbitt, Styx, W.A.S.P.

  • "Locomotive Man"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "LokomotC4ABve jC5ABras krastC481"
    by Dzeltenie Pastnieki

  • "London"
    by The Smiths

  • "London Train"
    by Oliver Sain

  • "Lonesome Frisco Line"
    by Darby & Tarlton

  • "Lonesome Joe"
    (Roy Acuff) by Roy Acuff, Boxcar Willie

  • "Lonesome Railroad"
    by Lynn Morris Band

  • "Lonesome Train"
    (J.J. Cale) by J.J. Cale

  • "Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track)"
    ( Glen Moore, Milton Subotsky) by Johnny Burnette, Robert Gordon & Link Wray

  • "Lonesome Whistle"
    ( Jimmie Davis,Hank Williams), "I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow", by Boxcar Willie, Johnny Cash, Lacy J. Dalton, Bobby Darin, Jimmie Davis, The Easy Riders, Dale Evans, Charlie Feathers, George Hamilton IV, Ronnie Hawkins, Rev. Horton Heat, Ferlin Husky, Jim & Jesse, George Jones, Little Feat, Robert Lockwood,Jr. Charlie McCoy, Rick Nelson, Del Shannon, Hank Snow, Gene Vincent, Hank Williams.

  • " Long Black Train"
    Lee Hazlewood, Alexis Korner (Alexis Korner, Duffy Power), Lonnie Johnson, Allison Moorer (Allison Moorer, Doyle Lee Primm), Josh Turner, Conway Twitty)

  • "Long Train"
    by Guy Davis

  • "Long Train"
    by Hamilton Camp

  • " Long Train Runnin'"
    ( Tom Johnston) by Bananarama, The Doobie Brothers

  • "Long Twin Silver Line"
    by Bob Seger

  • "Longest Train I Ever Saw, The"
    by Frank Hutchison

  • "Lord Made a Hobo Out of Me, The"
    (Boxcar Willie) by Boxcar Willie

  • "Lord of the Trains"
    by Tom Russell

  • "Losing My Blues Tonight"
    by Slim Dusty

  • "Lost Train Blues"
    ( Traditional)by The Blue Sky Boys, Woody Guthrie, Fiddlin' Arthur Smith, The Stanley Brothers

  • " Love in Vain"
    (Robert Johnson) by Mickey Baker, John Baldry, Bob Brozman, Eric Clapton, Faces, Bob Franke, Robert Johnson, Tony McPhee, Keb' Mo', New Barbarians, Madeleine Peyroux, The Rolling Stones, Tesla

  • " Love Train"
    by Jimmy Castor Bunch, Holly Johnson, The O'Jays, Wolfmother

  • "Love's Train"
    by Con Funk Shun

  • "Lynnville Train"
    by Robert EarlKeen

  • M

  • "M & O Blues"
    (Big Bill Broonzy) by Big Bill Broonzy

  • "Mail Train Blues"
    (Blair, Lethwick) by Sippie Wallace

  • "Mainliner"
    by Esther Phillips

  • " Mama from the Train"
    ( Irving Gordon) by Patti Page

  • "Mamie's Blues"
    by Louis Armstrong

  • " Man of Constant Sorrow"
    by Joan Baez, Ginger Baker, The Country Gentlemen, The Dillards, Bob Dylan, David Grisman& Ralph Stanley, Carolyn Hester, Waylon Jennings, Peter Rowan, Soggy Bottom Boys, The Stanley Brothers, Rod Stewart
  • "Many a Man Killed on the Railroad"
    by Joe Glazer
  • "Marbletown"
    by Mark Knopfler

  • "Maree Line, The"
    by Ted Egan

  • " MarrakeshExpress"
    by Crosby, Stills and Nash

  • " Me and Bobby McGee"
    (Fred Foster, Fred L. Foster, Kris Kristofferson) by Bobby Bare, Johnny Cash, Grateful Dead, Arlo Guthrie, Merle Haggard, Thelma Houston, Waylon Jennings, Janis Joplin, Kris Kristofferson, Sleepy Labeef, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gordon Lightfoot, Loretta Lynn, Roger Miller, Willie Nelson, Olivia Newton-John, Charley Pride, Kenny Rogers, Hank Snow, The Statler Brothers, Jerry Jeff Walker

  • "Me and That Train"
    by Patty Larkin

  • "Mean Old Frisco (Mean Old Frisco Blues)"
    by Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Snooks Eaglin, Eric Clapton

  • "Medicine Train"
    by The Cult

  • "Meet Me at the Station"
    by Rev. Gary Davis

  • "Meet Me at the Station, Dear"
    (Sam L. Lewis, Joe Young, Ted Snyder,

  • "Memphis Flyer"
    by Neil Diamond

  • "Memphis Train"
    by Rufus Thomas

  • " Metro, "
    by Berlin

  • "Midnight Flyer"
    by The Eagles, Osborne Brothers, Mac Wiseman

  • " Midnight Special"
    ( Traditional) by Harry Belafonte, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bobby Darin, Lonnie Donegan, Jesse Fuller, Joe Glazer, Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger, The Kingston Trio, Lead Belly, Van Morrison, Odetta, Johnny Rivers, The Weavers

  • " Midnight Train,
    by Dorothy Scarborough and by Carl Sandburg, by Dan Zanes

  • "Midnight Train"
    by Jimmie Dale Gilmore

  • "Midnight Train"
    by Jim & Jesse McReynolds

  • " Midnight Train to Georgia"
    by Gladys Knight & The Pips

  • "Mile Long Train"
    (Nelson) by Jimmy Dean

  • "Milk Train"
    (Jefferson Airplane(Long John Silver(Papa John Creach/Roger Spotts))

  • "Milwaukee Blues"
    by Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers,

  • "Missing Train"
    by Richie Havens

  • "Mobile and Western Line"
    ( Jazz Gillum) by Big Bill Broonzy

  • "Mobile Line, The"
    by Jim Kweskin &His Jug Band

  • "Molly on a Trolley"
    ( William Jerome, Jean Schwartz) by Vernon Dalhart & Betsy Lane Shepherd

  • "Monkey and the Engineer"
    (Jesse Fuller) by Jesse Fuller, The GratefulDead

  • "Moose-Turd Pie"
    by Utah Phillips

  • "Mormon Engineer, The"
    (Oscar Brand) by Oscar Brand

  • "Morning Train"
    by Peter Paul & Mary, Sensational Nightingales

  • "Morning Train (9 to 5)"
    "My Baby Takes the Morning Train") by Sheena Easton

  • "Move Over"
    ( Irving Berlin),

  • "Mr. Conductor"
    (Big Bill Broonzy) by Big Bill Broonzy

  • "Mr. Engineer"
    by J.D.Crowe & the New South

  • "M.T.A."
    ( Jacqueline Steiner, Bess Lomax Hawes) by The Kingston Trio

  • "Murdertrain a Comin'"
    by Dethklok

  • " My Baby Thinks He's a Train"
    (Leroy Preston) by Rosanne Cash

  • "My Baby's Gone"
    (Gary Atkinson, Hazel Houser, Joe Josea) by Blind Willie McTell

  • "My Love Affair with Trains"
    ( Dolly Parton) by Merle Haggard

  • "My My Metrocard"
    by Le Tigre

  • "My Rough and Rowdy Ways"
    ( Jimmie Rodgers) by Merle Haggard

  • "My Saviour's Train"
    (Charlie Monroe) by Charlie = Monroe

  • "My Wife's Gone to the Country (Hurrah! Hurrah!)"
    ( George Whiting, Irving Berlin)

  • " Mystery Train"
    ( Junior Parker, Sam Phillips) by Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Sleepy LaBeef, The Neville Brothers, Elvis Presley, Dwight Yoakam

  • N

  • "Navigator"
    ( Philip Gaston)by The Pogues

  • "Never Did Like That Train"
    by Murray McLauchlan

  • "Never Marry a Railroad Man"
    by Shocking Blue

  • "New Delhi Freight Train"
    (Terry Allen) by Terry Allen, Little Feat, Rick Nelson

  • "New Frisco Train, The"
    (Bukka White) by Bukka White

  • "New Market Wreck, The"
    ( Traditional)by Mike Seeger

  • "New Orleans Streamline"
    (Bukka White) by Bukka White

  • "New Panama Limited" by Doug Macleod

  • "New Railroad"
    ( Traditional) by Crooked Still

  • "New Rider Train"
    by The Stonemans, Raffi

  • "New River Train"
    ( Carson Robison) by Vernon Dalhart, Kelly Harrell, Frank Hutchison

  • "New Train"
    by John Prine

  • "New Train"
    (Paul Pena) by Paul Pena

  • " New York City Serenade"
    (Bruce Springsteen) by Bruce Springsteen

  • "Nickel Plate Road 759"
    (Utah Phillips) by Utah Phillips

  • "Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, The"
    ( Robbie Robertson) by Allman Brothers Band, Joan Baez, The Band, Big Country, The Black Crowes, John Denver, Tanya Tucker, Tammy Wynette

  • "Night Time in the Switching Yard"
    by Warren Zevon

  • " Night Train"
    ( James Forrest,Lewis Simpkins, Oscar Washington) by Ray Anthony & His Big Band, The Boogie Kings, James Brown, The Champs, BuckClayton All Stars, Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, Vassar Clements, King Curtis, Wild Bill Davis, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Lou Donaldson, Dub Syndicate, Teddy Edwards, Enoch Light, Jimmy Forrest, Tony Fruscella, Great Jazz Trio, Al Grey- Jimmy Forrest Quintet, Glen Gray & Casa Loma Orchestra, Wynonie Harris, Reverend Horton Heat, Ted Heath, Richard "Groove" Holmes, Eddie Jefferson, Jonah Jones, Roger Kellaway Trio, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Leon McAuliffe & His Cimmaron Boys, Christian McBride, Jay McShann, Lucky Millinder, Buddy Morrow, Oliver Nelson, Joe Newman, Paul Revere & the Raiders, Oscar Peterson Trio, Louis Prima, Felix Slatkin, Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery, The Sonics, Stevie Winwood, The Ventures, World Saxophone Quartet. Tab Benoit, LTJ Bukem, Bruce Cockburn, Antonio Forcione, Richard Horowitz, Jonah Jones, Rickie Lee Jones, Amos Lee, Wynton Marsalis, Bill Morrissey, The Timewriter, Tindersticks, Visage

  • "Night Train to Memphis"
    by Roy Acuff, Jimmy Dean, Grandpa Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joe Maphis

  • "Night Train to Mundo Fine"
    by John Carradine

  • "Night Trip to Buffalo"
    by American Quartet

  • "Nighttrain, The"
    by Kadoc

  • "Nine Pound Hammer"
    (Merle Travis) by Chet Atkins, Norman Blake, The Beau Brummels, Johnny Cash, Cephas & Wiggins, Vassar Clements, Flatt & Scruggs, Tennessee Ernie Ford, David Grisman & Jerry Garcia, Jorma Kaukonen, Bill Monroe, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Osborne Brothers, John Prine, Tony Rice, Tom Rush, The Stanley Brothers, Merle Travis, Townes Van Zandt, Doc & Merle Watson

  • "No Leaf Clover"
    ( James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich) by Metallica & San Francisco Symphony

  • "No More Trains to Ride"
    (Merle Haggard) by Merle Haggard

  • "No One Takes the Train Anymore"
    ( Chris Waters) by Holly Dunn, Bonnie Guitar

  • "Nobody Cares About the Railroads Anymore"
    (Harry Nilsson)by Harry Nilsson

  • "Nonstop to Nowhere"
    by Faster Pussycat

  • "North Bound Train"
    by Cold Chisel

  • "North Shore Train"
    by Heidi Berry

  • "Nothing Special"
    by The Jazz Butcher

  • "Nowhere Fast"
    by The Smiths

  • "Number 9 Train"
    by Tarheel Slim

  • O

  • "Oil Tanker Train
    by Merle Haggard

  • "Old Buddy, Goodnight"
    by Utah Phillips

  • "The Old Circus Train Turn-Around Blues"
    by Duke Ellington

  • "Old Gospel Train"
    by Dorothy Love Coates

  • "Old Iron Trail"
    by Boxcar Willie

  • "Old Ruben"
    by Wade Mainer & Sons of the Mountaineers

  • " Old Train"
    by Tony Rice Unit, Seldom Scene

  • "Old Train 29"
    ( Traditional)by Geoff Muldaur

  • "On a Cold Winter's Night"
    by J. E. Mainer

  • "On a Slow Train through Arkansaw"
    by Al Bernard,

  • "On the 5:15"
    (Henry I. Marshall, Stanley Murphy), by American Quartet,

  • "On the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe"
    ( Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren) by Tommy Dorsey, Judy Garland, Johnny Mercer

  • "On the Evening Train"
    by Johnny Cash

  • "On the Honeymoon Express"
    (James Kendis) by Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan,

  • "On the Slow Train"
    by Flanders and Swann

  • "On the Southbound"
    by Mac Wiseman

  • "On the Train"
    by Janis Ian

  • "One After 909"
    by The Beatles

  • "One More Ride"
    by Johnny Cash, Hank Snow

  • "One Toke Over the Line"
    by Brewer & Shipley

  • "Only a Hobo"
    by Bob Dylan

  • " Orange Blossom Special"
    ( Ervin T. Rouse) by Chet Atkins, Hoyt Axton, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, J.D. Crowe, Charlie Daniels, Electric Light Orchestra, Fairport Convention, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Flatt & Scruggs, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Doug Kershaw, Bill Monroe, The New Lost City Ramblers, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Buck Owens, Dolly Parton, Seatrain, Hank Snow, The Stanley Brothers, The String Cheese Incident, Marty Stuart, Hank Williams, Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys

  • "Orient Express"
    by Jean MichelJarre

  • "Orient Express"
    (Scott, Wood) by Sidney Torch Orchestra

  • "Out of the Races and on to the Tracks"
    by The Rapture

  • P

  • "Pan American"
    by Hawkshaw Hawkins, Seldom Scene, Hank Snow, Hank Williams

  • " Panama Limited"
    (Bukka White) by Mike Cross, Robert Johnson, Doug MacLeod, Tom Rush, Bukka White

  • "Party Train"
    by GAP Band

  • "Passage to Bangkok, A"
    by Rush

  • "Passin' Train"
    by Sawyer Brown
  • "Passing of the Train"
    by Rhonda Vincent

  • "Pat Works on the Railroad"
    by Joe Glazer

  • " Peace Train"
    by Cat Stevens

  • "Pennsylvania Sunrise"
    by David Mallett

  • " People Get Ready"
    (Curtis Mayfield) by Jeff Beck, The Doors, Burning Spear, Chambers Brothers, Aretha Franklin, The Impressions, Curtis Mayfield, The Meters Rod Stewart, Yellowman

  • "Per spoor"
    by Guus Meeuwis

  • " Petticoat Junction Theme"
    by Flatt & Scruggs

  • "Phoebe Snow"
    by Utah Phillips

  • "Play a Train Song"
    by Todd Snider

  • "Please Mr. Conductor Don't Put Me Off the Train"
    ( J. Fred Helf, E.P. Moran),

  • "Poor Little Liza, Poor Girl"
    by Homer & Jethro

  • " Poor Paddy Works on the Railway"
    ( Traditional) by Ewan MacColl, Authority Zero, The Kelly Family, Luke Kelly, The Pogues, The Tossers

  • " Poor Poor Pitiful Me"
    (Warren Zevon) by Linda Ronstadt, Warren Zevon

  • "Porters on a Pullman Train"
    (Charles D. Crandall), by Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan,

  • "Poverty Train"
    (Laura Nyro) by Laura Nyro

  • "Pride of Alabama"
    by Yonder Mountain String Band

  • "Princess of the Night"
    by Saxon

  • "Promised Land" (Chuck Berry) by Chuck Berry, Grateful Dead, Elvis Presley

  • "Pullman Porter Blues"
    by Clarence Williams,

  • "Pullman Porters Parade"
    ( Maurice Abrahams, Ren G. May),

  • "Put Me on a Train Back to Texas"
    by Waylon = Jennings & Willie Nelson

  • "Queen of the Rails"
    (Utah Phillips) by Utah Phillips

  • R

  • "Ragtime Engineer, The"
    ( Sam M. Lewis, Clay Smith)

  • "Rail Road March, The"
    (Charles Meineke), "The Carrollton March"

  • "Rail Song, The"
    by Adrian Belew

  • "Railroad"
    The Bee Gees (Billy Lawrie, Maurice Gibb), Grand Funk Railroad ( Mark Farner, Lee Hazlewood (Lee Hazlewood), Lonely Drifter Karen (Tanja Frinta, Marc Meli Sobrevias), Melanie (Melanie Safka), Preacher Boy & The Natural Blues, Status Quo (Francis Rossi, Kenny Young), Piero Umiliani (Piero Umiliani), The Zutons (The Zutons)

  • "Railroad Angels"
    by Felix Pappalardi

  • "Railroad Baby"
    (Justine Electra) by Justine Electra

  • "Railroad Bill"
    ( Traditional)by Dave Alvin, Joan Baez, Etta Baker, Andy Breckman, Greg Brown, Cephas & Wiggins, Crooked Still, Lonnie Donegan, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Vera Hall-Ward, David Holt & Doc Watson, Cisco Houston, Frank Hovington, Frank Hutchison, Taj Mahal, Roger McGuinn, The New Christy Minstrels, Hobart Smith, Gid Tanner & His Skillet Lickers, Sonny Terry& Brownie McGhee

  • "Railroad Blues"
    by Beastie Boys

  • "Railroad Blues"
    (Woody Guthrie) by Woody Guthrie

  • "Railroad Blues"
    (Luckey Roberts) by Roy Bargy & Benson Orchestra of Chicago, Luckey Roberts

  • "Railroad Blues"
    (Trixie Smith) by Trixie Smith,

  • "Railroad Blues"
    by Dan Thomas

  • "The Railroad Boomer"
    (Carson Robison) by Cisco Houston "The Rambler"), Carson Robison & Frank Luther

  • "Railroad Boy"
    ( Traditional)by Joan Baez, The Blues Project, The Goldebriars, Gov't Mule

  • "Railroad Bum"
    by Tex Morton

  • "A Railroad Bum"
    by Jim Reeves

  • "Railroad Days"
    Poco ( Paul Cotton), Bob Seger

  • "Railroad Earth"
    by Railroad Earth

  • "Railroad Jim"
    (Nat Vincent) by Edward Meeker,

  • "Railroad Lady"
    by Jimmy Buffett

  • "Railroad Man"
    by Eels

  • "Railroad Man"
    by Murray McLauchlan

  • "Railroad Man Blues"
    Clifford Gibson, New Orleans Willie Jackson

  • "Railroad Porter Blues"
    by Sylvester Weaver,

  • "The Railroad Section Gang"

    by Peerless Quartet,

  • "Railroad Song"
    by Lynyrd Skynyrd

  • "The Railroad Song"
    by Jim Croce

  • "Railroad Steel"
    ( Dan Baird) by The Georgia Satellites

  • "Railroad Tracks"
    (Weldon Bonner) by Juke Boy Bonner

  • "Railroad Worksong"
    by Notting Hillbillies

  • "Railroading on the Great Divide"
    (Sara Carter) by The Carter Family, Bill Clifton, New Lost City Ramblers

  • "Railroadin' and Gamblin'"
    (Traditional) by Uncle Dave Macon, New Lost City Ramblers

  • "Railroadin' Some"
    (Henry Thomas) by Rory Block, Henry Thomas

  • "Railroads and Riverboats"
    by Jim Croce

  • "Raised by the Railroad Line"
    by The Seldom Scene

  • "Raising Steam"
    by Jethro Tull

  • "The Rambler"
    "Railroad Boomer") by Cisco Houston

  • S



  • "Under Your Thumb"
    (Kevin Godley, Lol Creme) by 10cc, Godley & Creme

  • "U.S. Highball"
    by Harry Partch

  • Y

  • " Yellow Dog Rag"
    ( W. C. Handy), by Johnny Maddox

  • "Yin and Yang (The Flowerpot Man)"
    by Love and Rockets

  • "You Just Can't Ride the Boxcars Anymore"
    by The Long Ryders

  • Z

  • "ZaC4BCais garais vilciens"
    by Dzeltenie Pastnieki

  • "Zion Train"
    by Bob Marley & the Wailers

  • "Zoo Station"
    by U2

  • "Zug"
    by Conrad Schnitzler


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