Justin Moore Robbin' Trains cover

Robbin' Trains
by Justin Moore
Lyrics


Released
Aug 12, 2016

Robbin' Trains Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
We're just backroad bad news
Same small town crew
Gettin' gone just to get right
Hidin' out from the blue lights
Buckshot stop signs
Bootleg moonshine
Little rowdy and against the grain
Wild west runnin' through our veins
Verse 2
If it was a hundred years ago
We'd be the ones on the wanted posters
Dead or alive in a dozen states
Shootin' whiskey in one-horse towns
Saddlin' up when the sun went down
Haulin' ass out of some open plain
Yeah, raisin' hell
And robbin' trains
Verse 3
Baby you look like you could be
An outlaw's lady
I can taste danger in your kiss tonight
I can see us shootin' out the lights
Verse 4
If it was a hundred years ago
We'd be the ones on the wanted posters
Dead or alive in a dozen states
Shootin' whiskey in one-horse towns
Saddlin' up when the sun went down
Haulin' ass out of some open plain
Yeah, raisin' hell
And robbin' trains
Verse 5
Bet we'd be robbin' trains
Everyone would know our names
Forget about Jesse James
Bet we'd be robbin' trains
Bet we'd be, get your hands up
Go ahead, fill it up
Just forget about Jesse James
Bet we'd be robbin' trains
Verse 6
If it was a hundred years ago
We'd be the ones on the wanted posters
Dead or alive in a dozen states
We'd be shootin' whiskey in one-horse towns
Saddlin' up when the sun went down
Haulin' ass out of some open plain
Yeah, raisin' hell
And robbin' trains
Verse 7
We'd be raisin' hell
And robbin' trains
Yeah

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