"SATURDAY'S TRAIN" as written by and Paul Handyside....
Where were you going the last time we spoke,
Who was it with I hasten to joke,
Who do you care for?
Who do you love?
Who do you pray for in heaven above.

I thought for a moment I could hear the bells ring,
But then I realized it was you at my puppet strings.

First I was sure but now I'm in doubt,
The room full of smoke I just had to walk out,
I've seen you in sunshine I've seen you in snow,
How will you cope in that valley below.

Seen you walking now who do you know,
Who would keep in comfort wherever you go.

I thought you were leaving on Saturdays train,
Armed full of flowers and a head full of rain,
We both know that sometime we'll both cease to exist,
There are changes in life that you just shouldn't miss.

Who'll miss who?

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"Saturday's Train" as written by Paul Handyside

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