"Trains (Rose, Mary & Time)" as written by and John Patrick Vivian Flynn....
In the shadows of a darkened room
The shadow's gone despite the gloom
And the soul that casted never made the grade
He tripped upon a tripping fence,
The kind that time has cooked and then
With symphonies and thoughts like sharpened darts
Trains don't stop your soul, they break your heart

I'm dislocated and I'm full of fear
I stopped the train when no-one was near
And dreamt a storm of children passed me by
Singing song of not a care,
Dancing in the open air
And bloodstained in ths sunlight you were with them
And I have not the smallest thing to give them

You must've forgotten how to play the game
Or danced with all the nearly lame
But lord above or ground below me, listen
For all the time you lived you dreamt
And having always came you went
I'm full of you although we're far apart
Trains don't stop your soul they break your heart

Oh my deary me ??
Has left me wanting more my friend
And sovereign to the calendar
Time and pace lost lavender
Lost rosemary, left charcoal black
Left death so white on ?? stack
But season's end brought spring again
And all before I blinked my friend


Lyrics submitted by Macphisto12

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