In a Boxcar Around the World
DESCRIPTION: "I'm the man that rode the boxcar around the world, boys, it's a pleasure to me." The singer tells of travelling around the world a dozen times by train. He asks, when he dies, to be left aboard the train and allowed to "ride forevermore."
AUTHOR: Cliff Carlisle
EARLIEST DATE: 1936 (recording and copyright by Cliff Carlisle)
KEYWORDS: train rambling death nonballad
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-LSRail, pp. 397-399, "In a Boxcar Around the World" (1 text, 1 tune)
Cliff Carlisle, "In a Box Car around the World" (Bluebird B-6438, 1936)
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