There was a little railroad train with loads and loads of toys………………


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I thought I would send my buddy Crone and Bear It and little gift for all her hard work…..We all need to remember this little tune now and again!
(Billy Bob is driving it to you! That’s my boy. I’m a Norforlk Southern Mom) HUGS! Cronie.

There was a little railroad train with loads and loads of toys
All starting out to find a home with little girls and boys
And as that little railroad train began to chug along
The little engine up in front was heard to sing this song
Choo, choo, choo, choo
Choo, choo, choo, choo
I feel so good today
Oh hear the track
Oh clickety clack
Ill go my merry way

The little train went rousing on so fast it seemed to fly
Until it reached a mountain that went almost to the sky
The Little engine moaned and groaned and huffed and puffed away
But halfway to the top it just gave up and seemed to say
I cant go
I cant go
Im weary as can be
I cant go
I cant go
This job is not for me

The toys got out to push but all in vain alas alack
And then a great big engine came a whistling down the track
They asked if it would kindly pull them up the mountain side
But with a high and mighty sneer it scornfully replied I
Dont bother me
Dont bother me
To pull the likes of you
Dont bother me
Dont bother me
Ive better things to do

The toys all started crying cause that engine was so mean
And then there came another one, the smallest ever seen
And though it seemed that she could hardly pull herself along
She hitched on to the train and as she pulled she sang this song
I think I can
I think I can
I think I have a plan
And I can do most anything
If I only think I can

Then up that great big mountain with the cars all full of toys
And soon they reached the waiting arms of little girls and boy
And though that ends the story it will do you lots of good
To take a lesson from the little engine that could
Just think you can
Just think you can
Just have that understood
And very soon youll start to say
I always knew I could
I knew I could
I knew I could
I knew I could
I knew I could
I knew I could
I knew I could, yeah!

Words and music by William May and Warren Foster

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4 thoughts on “There was a little railroad train with loads and loads of toys………………

  1. Awww sweetie – that was so nice and it just filled my heart. You are so good to me and I love your encouragement and support. I Know I Can – I have so many wonderful bloggy friends urging me onwards and upwards, how could I possibly fail? Thank you so much for this amazing gift – Love ya tons! Linda

    P.S. I’m halfway thru my homework for this week; I’ve finished the text readings, and I have two Gospels left to re-read for this week. I’m studying for this week’s upcoming quiz and then there’s only one quiz left in the course! Haven’t worked much on the research paper but I’m spending most of Monday and Tuesday on that puppy. I can see the end of the tunnel – wooh-wooh! Chugga chugga chugga – I’m pressing on. Hugs and blessings for you and yours!

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