Which song was the most popular on the SIA freight train?


When the Sia freight train was first unveiled in 2011, it sounded more like a modern day freight train than a rail car.

It was built around a platform with a steel beam that housed a cargo storage area, and its four-wheeled wheels made it look like a train, while its interior was reminiscent of an old-fashioned cabana.

The train has since been expanded with a new track, which allows for more cars to travel on its tracks.

Now, the Siacom-owned freight train has made it onto a list of the most-tweeted freight train songs.

The track and platform have been renovated and expanded, but the song’s original meaning is still evident in the lyrics: “the train that brought the old way to the new.”

The song, by the French duo Saia, is a song that has been trending on Twitter for a while, with people taking it to task over the train’s original name and its original meaning.

According to Twitter user @MimiNelson, the original version of the song was “a big, cheesy, cheesy song about a train.”

While the original meaning of the Sias train has been changed to “the new way,” many people are still upset that it’s not the most common freight train tune on Twitter.

@jessica_sara, who goes by @jesse_sarah, wrote on Twitter that she thinks the original Sia song is “ridiculous” because it’s about a railroad, not a train.

@MamaMolly, another Sia fan, wrote that she doesn’t believe the original song is the most frequently tweeted freight train sound.

“It’s not a catchy song,” she wrote.

“I’m pretty sure the song I’ve seen on the train is ‘Let It Roll’ by The Smiths.”

The Sia train is the first of a number of trains that will soon roll through the United States.

Some of the new Sias trains will arrive in Los Angeles this year, and a number are set to arrive in Chicago later this year.