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  • Dec 09,  · Train a Comin' is the fifth studio album by Steve Earle, released in In addition to Earle, it features Peter Rowan, Norman Blake, Roy Huskey, and Emmylou Harris. The album was nominated for a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(7).
  • Sometimes She Forgets This song is by Steve Earle and appears on the album Train A Comin' () and on the compilation album Uncut Gems (). This song has been covered by Travis Tritt under the title " Sometimes She Forgets ". You must enable javascript to view this page.
  • Train a Comin' is the fifth studio album by Steve Earle (his first in five years), released in In addition to Earle, it features Peter Rowan, Norman Blake, Roy Huskey, and Emmylou Harris. The album was nominated for a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album.
  • Sometimes She Forgets. 42 likes. "Sometimes She Forgets" is a song written by Steve Earle, who recorded it on his Train a Comin' album.
  • The surprise for me was that he wrote Travis Tritt's hit "Sometimes She Forgets", although upon listening to it I can't imagine how I could not think that he did. "Tom Ames' Prayer" is my favorite on the album, both for the imagery and his phrasing. out of 5 stars steve earle train a comin. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 22 Reviews:
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  • Train a Comin', an Album by Steve Earle. Released in July on Transatlantic (catalog no. TRACD ; CD). Genres: Americana, Singer/Songwriter, Alt-Country.
  • (Steve Earle) [] There's a train a comin' There's a train a comin Hear them tracks a hummin' There's a train a comin' Sometimes She Forgets (Steve Earle) [] If you see her out tonight And she tells you it's just the lights That bring her here and not her loneliness.