"Yesterday's Train" as written by and Armand Wodehouse Vecsey....
When you meet someone you don't know
But you know them just the same
You begin wondering if it by chance could be
An acquaintance from yesterday's train

Well there's something in her eye that you've seen before
Maybe a memory or a mistress from another world
But you know the trees are green and the baby cries
From dust to dust, yet nothing dies

You'll never know where we are in this endless place
Or where we are in this endless space
But we know the trees are green and the baby cries
From dust to dust, yet nothing dies
Yesterday's is rollin', can you touch it through the mist
Did you meet someone on yesterday's train
Can you tell it with a kiss
Can you tell it with a kiss


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"Yesterday's Train" as written by Sir P. G. Armand Wodehouse

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