The Wichita Train Whistle Sings (1968) Lyrics

Side 1

  1. Nine Times Blue (Nesmith)
  2. Carlisle Wheeling (Nesmith)
  3. Tapioca Tundra (Nesmith)
  4. Don’t Call on Me (Nesmith, London)
  5. Don’t Cry Now (Nesmith)

Side 2

  1. While I Cried (Nesmith)
  2. Papa Gene’s Blue (Nesmith)
  3. You Just May Be the One (Nesmith)
  4. Sweet Young Thing (Nesmith, Goffin, King)
  5. You Told Me (Nesmith)

Nine Times Blue Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 1

Length

  • 4:11

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Carlisle Wheeling Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 2

Length

  • 4:48

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Tapioca Tundra Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 3

Length

  • 2:58

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Writers


Don’t Call on Me Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 4

Length

  • 4:31

Personnel

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Writers


Don’t Cry Now Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 5

Length

  • 3:33

Personnel

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Writers


While I Cried Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 6

Length

  • 2:58

Personnel

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Writers


Papa Gene’s Blue Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 7

Length

  • 3:26

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You Just May Be the One Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 8

Length

  • 3:21

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Writers


Sweet Young Thing Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 9

Length

  • 2:46

You Told Me Lyrics

[instrumental]

Track

  • 10

Length

  • 4:22

Personnel

Producers


Sources

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  2. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 288.
  3. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 296.
  4. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 297.
  5. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 300.
  6. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 302.
  7. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 303.
  8. The Wichita Train Whistle Sings (1968) (record).