"Last Train Home" as written by John Robert Bush, Jeffrey Ross Duncan, David Earl Prichard, Gonzalo Sandoval and Joseph John Vera....
When lonely winds blow cold
And my world moves down below
It's a sign to make a change
Among the platform crowd
Words clear as clouds
Say you can't remain the same

And familiar voices cry
My name
I'm on the last train home
On the last train home

Crossroads of my life
Feel my body glide
To a place I need to be

It's within my sights
I know it'll feel so right
When I get there I'll be free

Still those voices call
My name
But I'm on the last train home
On the last train home
On the last train home

Ride with the freight line
Ride with the freight line
There I go
Gotta make time
I gotta make time
I'm aboard

Boxcar wonder
Every scar shows
Where the future lies
Lord only knows

I'm on the last
Last train home
On the last train home
I'm on the last train home
On the last train home
I'm on the last train home
On the last train home
Last train home Yeah,
Last train home

It's within my sights
I know it'll feel so right
When I get there I'll be free


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"Last Train Home" as written by Gonzalo Sandoval David Earl Prichard

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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