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Real Places Mentioned in Songs, Roger Miller

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Roger Miller's, "Engine Engine #9"
The Lyrics:
Engine engine #9
Coming down the railroad line
I know she got on in Baltimore
This song mentions the city of Baltimore, Maryland.
Submitted by: Candy Welty
Roger Miller's, "Kansas City Star"
The Lyrics:
I'm the king of Kansas City, no thanks, Omaha, thanks a lot.
Refers to Kansas City, Missouri, and Omaha, Nebraska.
Submitted by: Lydia Helton
Roger Miller's, "King Of The Road"
The Lyrics:
Third boxcar, midnight train,>BR> Destination Bangor, Maine.
Refers to the city of Bangor, Maine.
Submitted by: Lydia Helton
Roger Miller's, "Tomorrow Night In Baltimore"
The Lyrics:
Then she told him to load the baggage
Because they open tomorrow night in Baltimore
Baltimore, Maryland
Submitted by: Candy Welty

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