"I Often Dream of Trains" as written by and Robyn Hitchcock....
I often dream of trains when I'm alone
I ride on them into another zone
I dream of them constantly
Heading for paradise
Or Basingstoke
Or Reading

I often dream of trains when I'm awake
I ride along beside a frozen lake
And there in the buffet car
I wait for eternity
Or Basingstoke
Or Reading

I often dream of trains til it gets light
And summer turns to winter overnight
The leaves fall so suddenly
The sun sets at four o'clock
Exactly what
I'm dreading
I'm dreading
Dreading

I often dream of trains when I'm with you
I wonder if you dream about them too
Maybe we'll meet one day
Out in the corridor
I'm waiting for
You, baby
Baby
Baby
Baby
Baby...


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    General CommentThis was written by Robyn Hitchcock and released on his 1984 album of the same name.
    azkmon November 10, 2009   Link

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