"Train" as written by Bradley Kirk Arnold, Matthew Darrick Roberts, Christopher Lee Henderson and Robert Todd Harrell....
And you ain't no wind chime
Hanging on a breeze
You're a part of me
I don't want to see
From a long time back
And you ain't no story
Some poet laid down in rhyme
You're a precious child
But you make me wild
I guess it's just my time

Train
You can drink your wine
We'll get you next time around
Train
Hear that whistle moan
I'm going home
We both know that sound
And I never had such a peaceful rest
I went to make you mine
But when I reached to sign
You were gone again
There's a spirit's home
And there's a world of sin
We come and go
And damned if I don't know
Which world I left you in
Train
You can drink your wine
We'll get you next time around
Train
Hear that whistle moan
I'm going home
We both know that sound
So goodbye angel
And goodbye to your new face
I'm gonna miss your breath
It was cool like death
Some day I'll know you well
And kiss Him angel
Kiss your salt tears on His hand
But kiss Him free
And kiss Him once for me
I got a ride waiting
Train
You can drink your wine
We'll get you next time around
Train
Hear that whistle moan
I'm going home
We both know that sound


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"Train" as written by Christopher Lee Henderson Bradley Kirk Arnold

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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