"Catch a Train" as written by Andy Fraser, Simon Frederick St. George Kirke, Paul Francis Kossoff and Paul Bernard Rodgers....
Catch a train to my place
Call me when you get into town
I'm gonna meet you at the station, oh yeah
You can tell me why you're feeling down

Is it you mother, though she tends to shout a bit
But she's got her problems too
And I don't doubt it
Baby your father
I know he's always drinking
Most of the time
He don't even know what he's doing

Now baby
Catch a train to my place
Call me when you get into town
Gonna meet you at the station
You can tell me why you're feeling down

I can't imagine
Why you're feeling so alone
It's just a week since I saw ya
Baby why are you crying so?

All you got to do is
Catch a train to my place
Call me when you get into town
I'm gonna meet you at the station
You can tell me why you're feeling,
Catch a train to my place
Call me when you get into town
I'm gonna meet you at the station
You can tell me why you're feeling,

Ah baby why you're feeling down
Down, down, down, down
Why don't you come around
Why don't you catch a train
The midnight train's all right



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"Catch a Train" as written by Paul Kossoff Simon Kirke

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