There's that guy in the bow-tie going off to maitre-de
There's Richard ranting a rave saying, "Jesus, don't you see?"
There's old Mrs. K carrying an apple pie
Behind the green-haired girl hanging on the sly

There's Dennis and Jorge pulling along their rig
Oh and here comes Mary Lou off to an indoor gig
Judy's gone to school to misdirect the youth
Spaced-out kid with comic books is dreaming of a phone booth

Have a good ride, come again someday
And thanks for stopping by the t-stop café

The mayor's stumbled off the train, he's looking for a dime
There's Jim searching in his brain for a decent rhyme
The ghost of top-hat Dana never leaves the place
Every time I see a park bench it's hiding out his face

Have a good ride, come again someday
And thanks for stopping by the t-stop café

That baby's singing along with a little plastic stork
Oh and Gordon's sniffing the platform for a bottle to uncork
Crazy Jane's blaming the CIA for giving her a rash
Nisha's poking around the corners for a quiet place to crash

Have a good ride, come again someday
And thanks for stopping by the t-stop café

Well the T's a fine place to visit, long as you don't have to stay
So I hope you'll deign to drop on by on some other day
Next time you have some time that's free or you're on a wild shopping spree
You can rest assured you just might be dropping in on me

Have a good ride, come again someday
And thanks for stopping by the t-stop café


Lyrics submitted by concreteblues

T-Stop Cafe song meanings
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