"Train Song" as written by Christopher Hillman and Gram Parsons....
Travelling north, travelling north to find you
Train wheels beating, the wind in my eyes
Don't even know what I'll find when I get to you
Call out your name love, don't be surprised

It's so many miles and so long since I've left you
Don't even know what I'll find when I get to you
But suddenly now, I know where I belong
It's many hundred miles and it won't be long

Nothing at all, in my head, to say to you
Only the beat of the train I'm on
Nothing I've learned all my life on the way to you
One day our love was over and gone

It's so many miles and so long since I've met you
Don't even know what I'll say when I get to you
But suddenly now, I know where I belong
It's many hundred miles and it won't be long

What will I do if there's someone there with you
Maybe someone you've always known
How do I know I can come and give to you
Love with no warning and find you alone

It's so many miles and so long since I've met you
Don't even know what I'll find when I get to you
But suddenly now, I know where I belong
It's many hundred miles and it won't be long

It won't be long
It won't be long
It won't be long


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"Train Song" as written by Gram Parsons Christopher Hillman

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    General Commentsuch a damn beautiful song
    entiretyon March 03, 2009   Link
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    General Commentben gibbard sounds like the guy who sang many songs on the Uptown Girl's soundtrack, i like his voice
    and of course, i'm an avid feist fan<33
    musicalllllllon July 10, 2009   Link

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