"The Night That Davey Hit The Train" as written by and Russell/wilkins Crowe....
Hey Davey
You know I live it every day
When friendship walked out the door
Nothin' going on Davey but I'll talk to you
Talking to you is like talking to walls

You said I couldn't take the pain
No trust in me that's your shame
Mine's the night that Davey hit the train
Mine's the night that Davey hit the train

Taking everything that comes down
Falling out of the sky
There's no malice, in the weather
You might find love in my eyes

How many miles between here and Grafton Bridge Billy?
I'm not slowing down again
While you make your decisions
'bout who you're gonna be Billy
I'm rocket fueled and I'm on the mend

Taking everything that comes down
Falling out of the sky
There's no malice, in the weather
You might find love in my eyes

In my eyes
You might find love

Now Benny said he didn't think it would be too long
In Belvoir St. chasing demons of his own
Blessed by the sharpest form of jealousy
No place dry enough to lie down
No space to roam

You said I couldn't take the pain
No trust in me that's your shame
Mine's the night that Davey hit the train

You said I couldn't take the pain
No trust in me that's your shame
Mine's the night that Davey hit the train
Mine's the night that Davey hit the train

You said I couldn't take the pain
No trust in me, that's your shame

You said I couldn't take the pain
No trust in me that's your shame
Mine's the night that Davey hit the train
Mine's the night that Davey hit the train


Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

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