I took the high-speed train
From Paris to St Pancras
I took the high-speed train
From Paris to St Pancras
I took the high-speed train
From Paris to St Pancras
I took the high-speed train
From Paris to St Pancras

And you were there, were
Just where I left you
In the English rain
With the same look on your face
No, it was not quite confusion

I took the high-speed train
Set out across a country
We missed the Dover cliffs
And travelled through the Bedrock
My single hotel room
Drank whiskey from a teacup

I'm sorry that you came
I'm not sorry that I left in the first place
You were there, were
Just where I left you
In the English rain
With the same look on your face
No, it was not quite confusion

And you were there, were
Just where I left you
In the English rain
With the same look on your face
No, it was not quite confusion

You're just a young girl
Who doesn't know her place


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Paris To St Pancras song meanings
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