memories of you
round my head
like a japanese freight train
visions of you
round my bed like a flower of napalm
she had my head full of lovers
i can never get enough of you

i take my medicine
we all need somewhere to go
medicine
safety in your comfort zone
safety in

i do you no wrong
when you burn
you're a dynamite lover
you're turning me on
when you think like you do as a libertine
we are all that matters
i can never get enought of you

i take my medidcine
we all need somewhere to go
medicine
safety in your comfort zone
safety in your comfort zone
safety in your comfort zone

medicine
we all need somewhere to go
medicine
safety in your comfort zone
medicine
safety in your comfort zone
safety in your comfort zone
safety in your comfort zone


Lyrics submitted by ashley007

Japanese Freight Train song meanings
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    General Commenti love this song. Its a b-side from golden state, but i think that it should have made the album, along with golden state. its a very sexy song i think.
    ashley007on July 22, 2002   Link
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    General Commentdamnit, i don't know whats wrong with me, i meant i think it should have made the album along with american eyes. shit, sorry
    ashley007on July 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI hope that this song is about Gwen , it makes sense, right? Anyway...ive yet to hear it. but lyrically it seems good. Another B side. Awesome
    Dr Fishopolison August 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite Bush songs, and one of my favorites period. I cannot believe that it made Golden State, but that's ok because I I made sure to include it on my best mix CD :D
    LightingCounton March 14, 2003   Link
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    General CommentIf anyone has this song, please e-mail or IM me. Or contact me in some way. I have all my info on the link to my name. I can't find this AMAZING song anywhere.
    angstiosis_againon December 18, 2008   Link

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