I think your train is leaving
Looks like it may
I think your train is leaving
Train don't leave
Don't leave

I'm almost there (x8)

Framed and willing
On a 10-minute scale
Devil left a mark
Devil left

Almost there (x6)

Bright eyes
Hold my..
(Bright eyes hold my blue book...)

Bright eyes..
hold my..
hold it...

(Interpreted lyrics)


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    General Commentgood job, but i think he says

    bright eyes hold my good will

    or something like that.
    DarkerShadeofWinteron February 12, 2005   Link
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    General Commentanyone know what the sample played in this song is?
    lightingitupon August 02, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti thought it was "bright eyes hold my grip"
    themolotovon December 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about how he loves someone who's going away for some reason or another. Whoever he loves is leaving him behind and he doesn't want them to ("Train don't leave!") because he loves them. I dunno what he means by "Devil left his mark" but it always makes me think of Robert Johnson. For those who don't know: Robert Johnson was a blues musician supposedly sold his soul to the devil in ordinary to be a great blues guitarist. "Bright eyes hold my blue book" might mean that he gave whoever it was something sentimental to remember him by- perhaps a diary or journal or something like that.

    Indian Summer is beautiful. I hope they aren't forgotten or ignored by future generations.
    Euthanizedon January 31, 2010   Link

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