"Camp Hill Rail Operator Woman" as written by and Robert Harris Hart Harrison....
In care of his contraption mad camp hill rail operator woman
Is she speaking from the heart?
Maybe blasting from another world?
Or just the emissary of a higher court inside the body of a girl?
Does she want to take control?
When her eight track breaks down will she take my bus home?
In care of his contraption mad camp hill rail operator woman

Is this some sort of reverie for the
One woman Jan and Dean heading for the crash?
Is she half who she ought to be
Or a overdue prodigy
Whose unsolicited view of your present's confused with her past?
At a table by the door
Of my moment but she can't sit still,
And when I crash upon the floor she'll come across the stage
and finish out the bill,
She throws one switch and all trains are in space
What she lays on those tracks you can't ever erase

In care of his contraption mad camp hill rail operator woman, yeah


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