He packed up and left all of his friends.
He'll never go back to New York again.
Wo-oh.
He'll never go back to where he grew up.

Staring out of windows on the train,
You're never gonna hear that boy complain.
Wo-oh.
Of all the things you put him through,
And all those tears that fell because of you, you, you, yeah.

All he wants is a song to sing along to
And a feeling he's able to hold on to.
Ebb and flow, you'll never know
What they did to him, so it's
High time that he tried to straighten up.

So sick of responsibility.
What he wanted they would never see.
Wo-oh.
With shopping malls and missed phone calls,
All those years you set him up to fall, fall, fall, yeah.

All he wants is a song to sing along to
And a feeling he's able to hold on to.
Ebb and flow, you'll never know
What they did to him, so it's
High time that he tried to straighten up.

Lean on him (3x)
You gotta lean on him
One more
time. He'll help you out of one more jam.
You step on him so you can stand
Higher then everyone else.
It's for yourself.

He'll pick you up when your inside,
He'll let you know that you're alive
Best friends don't think about themselves.

All he wants is a song to sing along to
And a feeling he's able to hold on to. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!

All he wants is a song to sing along to
And a feeling he's able to hold on to.
Ebb and flow, you'll never know
What they did to him, so it's
High time that he tried to straighten up.

Its high time he tried to straighten up (2x)
It's for yourself.


Lyrics submitted by ftsrock

Train Reflection song meanings
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