Richard Moses

Biography

I was born in Dixie in a boomer shed, just a little shanty by the railroad track, freight train was it taught me how to cry, the holler of the driver was my lullaby. I got the freight train blues. Oh Lord mama, I got them in the bottom of my rambling shoes, and when the whistle blows I gotta go baby, don't you know, well, it looks like I'm never gonna lose the freight train blues.

Well, my daddy was a fireman and my mama-ha, she was the only daughter of an engineer, my sweetheart was a brakeman and it ain't no joke, seems a waste to get a good man broke. I got the freight train blues. Oh Lord mama, I got them in the bottom of my rambling shoes, and when the whistle blows I gotta go mama, don't you know, well, it looks like I'm never gonna lose the freight train blues.

Well, the only thing that makes me laugh again is a southbound whistle on a southbound train. Every place I wanna go I never can go, because you know, I got the freight train blues. Oh Lord mama, I got them in the bottom of my rambling shoes... thanks Bob.

Books

Wilderspool Vaults
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 112,110. Language: English. Published: June 7, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Private detective Andy James returns to an 18 year old unsolved case. In previously considering the alternative ideology of a group calling themselves 'the grapevine' he uncovered, but failed to explain, the disappearance and possible murder of their leader. In returning to his questioning of key members of the grapevine Andy James comes to question their questioning of convention.

Richard Moses' tag cloud

comedy    detective    enlightenment    evolution    madness    murder    philosophy    punk    religion    science