"Ride After Ride" as written by and Miles Aaron Browne Martin Walter Brown....
Well noone ever said
Time goes faster when you’re dragging your bones
Stuck at home

And in your eyes I caught
The actual fire of just what living could be
And that’s gone from me

So you had to go
Oh why did I move so slowly?
Mouth frozen over the word "wait"
Running but it was too late

On train rides, on bus lines
Through snowstorms, through clear skies
Past house lights, past windows
Through curtains, catch fire glows

And so what riches lay
Out there where you went to where I never could go?
'Cause my holes might show

And I still think of you
In my mind I watch you catching ride after ride
It all opened wide

And you should know
I’d have run from myself, lurching
Like something broken for the gate
Running like it wasn't too late

On train rides, on bus lines
Through snowstorms, through clear skies
Past house lights, past windows
Through curtains, catch fire glows
Past dinners, past laughter
Close your eyes, go faster
Past missing, past hoping
Past drinking, past smoking
Past old books, past new clothes
To nights where no moon rose
Past phone calls, past hands held
Kiss them like they’re the whole world
Past loving, past taking
To new starts you’re making
I’m watching from back here
I’m so glad you got clear


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