"Station" as written by and Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken....
Was it in a dream? I wouldn't know
I was in the lowlands where all the old folks go
I wasn't here, I wasn't home
I was picking static up on a broken radio

Just leave me at the station and you can rest assured
That I'll be back sometime this time next year

I'll pack my bags, you get the door
Here's a stack of tokens for my friends on Baltimore
That look on your face, I've seen it before
I'll be gone, a long time, but I could be gone for more

Just leave me at the station and you can rest assured
That I'll be back sometime this time next year

I need someone
I need something
I need to go back home


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"Station" as written by Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken

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    General CommentThis is Toby's account of how it feels to be touring so much. They tour such a huge chunk of the year that it obviously gets to them and their family (Toby has a wife who I guess is the one with the look upon her face in the song).
    mattwood24on May 23, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI'll be gone, a long time, but I could be gone for good


    good should be more
    jc4jcjcjc20jcon April 28, 2010   Link
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    My Interpretationjust guessing, but they're from philly, so:
    "Here's a stack of tokens for my friends on Baltimore"
    probably refers to Septa tokens he won't need once he leaves Philly.. he's offering them to his friends "on Baltimore", or on Baltimore Ave, a major ave in west / south west philly
    corbiddyon July 06, 2013   Link

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