"Waiting For A Train" as written by and Nick Bold....
The wine's all drunk and so am I
Here with the hoi-poloi, don't ask me why
We're celebratin' anticipatin'; end of the year
Everybody come, everybody here
Well more or less
Some already in a mess
I guess they're waiting for the big one.

Wonder why I'm cold. How did I get this far?
Had no money, had no car
I pray the snow goes, be bad if it settles
Cause I follow my nose and the dried up rose petals
Like the man says,
Sure hope Moses knows his roses
Or we'll all be waiting for the big one.

Once I was the credit to my credit card
Spent what I hadn't got, [it] wasn't hard
No trust in judgment no trust in money
Someday I'll find myself like a bee finding honey
But in the meantime
I'm gonna have me some fun
Waiting for the big one.

One too many, where ego I go too
Looking for the real thing
It don't come from what I do
No real communication moves out of my face
I'm beginning to think I'm just out of place
Won't get in too deep, I want to get some sleep
To be ready for the big one
To be ready for the big one


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"Waiting for the Big One" as written by Peter Gabriel

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    General CommentWe walked along the water
    With our eyes resting lazy on the treetops
    A million lights exploding in the water
    Every moment, perfect ladies dancing
    In the perfect dawn
    And we walked on

    conjures images of hallucinating at a river
    smcoscison August 29, 2008   Link

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