"Woman On A Train" as written by Cyril John/oram Curnin and Peter John/brown Greenall....
Pictures chase across the ceiling
As I try to sleep at night
There's a voice inside my darkness
Laughing at the life I've lost

She's no girl on pills in limbo
She's a woman on a train
With her senses sharpened by the warning cold
She brings me to memory
She flashes her lights, her mission bites
She flashes her lights

Across my desert mind
Still no change in me
She's no girl on pills in limbo
She's a woman on a train
She's here the woman on a train

And I will speak no words
But the truth for her to hear
Hold her close but never dare
She's no girl on pills in limbo
She's a woman on a train
She's here the woman on a train

She will speak for us both
She will speak for us all
Till I learn to care
She'll override my best intention
Attack my weak deception
A friend for life and after
I'll never catch her off her guard


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"Woman on a Train" as written by Cyril John Curnin Adam Terence Woods

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    General CommentI think this is a tune about a man who always avowed that he was a confirmed bachelor chasing drug addicted young girls meets a woman on a train, falls (to his surprise) in love with her, can't stop thinking about her, and has an urge to make her feel(gasp!)cared for and ends up taking her as his -- wait for it -- bride(friend for life, life and after)

    No girl on pills in limbo, she's a woman on a train = the man in the song was pursuing drug addicted teenage girls who were between childhood and adulthood -- could be emotional adolescents rathet than chronological ones -- but this woman he met on the train is already an adult.
    CuteSparkinaon August 15, 2011   Link

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