Album On the Road to Kingdom Come. Corey's Coming Lyrics. Old John Joseph was a man with two first names They left him in the railroad yard when they took away the trains And only one run a week comes on roaring down that line So all he got to worry 'bout is time. I come by in the evening, to hear 'bout where he's been He says "Come on, sit down kid. Where shall I begin?" He starts tellin' me the stories of the glories of his past But he always saves the story of his Corey for the last
It was released on his 1976 album On the Road to Kingdom Come. The song, sung in first person, tells of John Joseph, an old man who lives out in the railroad yards.
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