"Last Train Home" as written by and Bill Demain Bill Mowbray....
The caldwells and the oranges
Footprints on this morning's daily news
Counting down the stations
Crosswords on the Naugahyde with you

We spent the day remembering the city
Mixing up our streets and avenues

But now you're fast asleep
And I am so alone
But we're together on the last train
All the towns repeating
Four more stops to go
We're together on the last train home

Catching our reflections
Flickering just like a super 8
Somerset and Chatham
Someone in an office working late

And you were softly singing in the kitchen
Washing hands and saving him a plate

But now you're fast asleep
And I am so alone
But we're together on the last train
All the towns repeating
Two more stops to go
We're together on the last train home

Rolling past the orphanage
Oil-colored cars all in a line
Pretty pile of stones ahead
Morristown and convent fall behind

It's quiet in the shadow of the city
Clicking wheels are ticking off the time

But now you're fast asleep
And i am so alone
But we're together on the last train
All the towns repeating
One more stop to go
We're together on the last train home

Now you're fast asleep
And I am so alone
But we're together on the last train
All the towns repeating
No more stops to go
We're together on the last train home
On the last train home


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