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Do train whistles and rain make you sad, nostalgic, lonely, or what?


I'm feeling something as I listen to them both but not sure what. Just curious what sort of emotions they usually evoke.

 

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Beth Perry (bethperry) says

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    Sue Pratt (Marsei) 3 years ago

    Thank you for your answer. I'm sure they bring back good memories. And I like the comment about the rain, the same word another hubber used to describe it.

    Thanks again.

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    Sue Pratt (Marsei) 3 years ago

    Unlike your experience in days past, my only memory of trains was one ride to a funeral, so I guess that's prompting my sadness/nostalgia. It was a gentle rain I heard; I think soothing is correct. Love Hank and the song. Thank you for answering.

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    Sue Pratt (Marsei) 3 years ago

    I like your comment and think it may have something to do with my feelings also. The only time I ever rode a train was to a favorite uncle's funeral. Thanks for your comment!

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    Sue Pratt (Marsei) 3 years ago

    Thank you for your answer. Seems a lot of hubbers lived close to a railroad when they were growing up and most find the rain soothing. I like the "excuse" part, makes sense.

    Thanks again,

    marsei