One After 909

song

My baby says she's trav'lling on the one after Nineonine.
I said move over honey, I'm travelling on that line.
I said move over once, move over twice,
Come on, baby, don't be cold as ice.
'Said you're trav'lling on the one after Nineonine.

I begged her not to go and I begged her on my bended knee.
You're only foolin' 'round, only foolin' 'round with me.
I said move over once, move over twice,
Come on, baby, don't be cold as ice.
'Said you're trav'llin' on the one after Nineonine.

Pick up my bags,
Run to the station.
Railman says,
"You've got the wrong location."

Pick up my bag,
Run right home.
Then I find
I've got the number wrong,

'Said you're trav'llin' on the one after Nineonine.
I said move over honey, I'm travellin' on that line.
I said move over once, move over twice,
Come on, baby, don't be cold as ice.

'Said you're trav'llin' on the one after Nineonine. (Yeah.)

Pick up my bags,
Run to the station.
Railman says,
"You've got the wrong location."

Pick up my bag,
Run right home. (Run right home.)
Then I find
I've got the number wrong,

'Said you're trav'llin' on the one after Nineonine.
I said move over honey, I'm travellin' on that line.
I said move over once, move over twice,
Come on, baby, don't be cold as ice.

You said you're trav'llin' on the one after Nineo...
You said you're trav'llin' on the one after Nineo...
You said you're trav'llin' on the one after Nineonine.

Wikipedia
"One After 909"
Song by the Beatles from the album Let It Be
Released 8 May 1970
Recorded 30 January 1969 (Rooftop concert)
Genre Rock and roll
Length 2:52 (Original LP)
Label Apple, Parlophone, EMI
Writer Lennon–McCartney
Producer Phil Spector
Let It Be track listing

"One After 909" (sometimes titled The One After 909 in early recordings) is a song by the Beatles, written by John Lennon, with input from Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney), and originally released in 1970 on the album Let It Be. The album version is the live performance from the rooftop concert which took place on 30 January 1969. This performance is also included in the Let It Be film. The song was written as early as 1957, and is one of the first Lennon–McCartney compositions. "One After 909" is also a more American rock-and-roll sounding song than any of the other songs from the rooftop show, and as a joke for the rooftop chatter, Lennon sings a variant on the opening line of "Danny Boy" after the song is finished that is unable to be entirely made out.

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