"Transcontinental, 1:30 a.m." as written by and Vienna Teng....
Wait, don't let this line go slack
Don't go alone into the cold
Wait, don't give up on this yet
I know that there's more you haven't told

Wait, my love
Just one more thought
Wait, my love
I haven't got time in my life
To watch you drive out to sea

So please, wait
Don't let this line go slack
I want to bring you back
To where I know you

Wait, don't give up on this yet
I want you to let you let me hold you
Wait, my love
Just one more thought

Wait my love, I haven't got time
In my life to watch you drift away
But I've all kinds of time if you'll stay

I know we're transcontinental, 1:30 a.m.
And there's not even a wire
Just a whispering in air
I know we're transcontinental, 1:30 a.m.
But I'm here




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"Transcontinental, 1:30 a.m." as written by Vienna Teng

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    General Commentclearly, this song is about two people who live far apart. The narrator wants to be in a relationship despite the distance, but finds herself feeling farther and farther away from her loved one.
    Giffdudon September 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe first time I ever heard this song was while I was reading "Atlas Shrugged" - this song will always be connected to Hank Reardon and Dagny Taggart in my mind.
    Katiedid717on June 08, 2010   Link

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