"This Steady Train" as written by and John Pierce Michael Landau....
The antennas on the rooftops
Make collages in the cloudy sky
Sort of like a black and white photograph
Now it's raining in my eye

It's enough to feel the wind blow
It's enough to feel the rain
I'm in love with a man that don't know
As I ride this steady train

There's a storm in the distance
But I have always loved the rain
I want a love without resistance
Can there be love without any pain?

It's enough to feel the wind blow
It's enough to feel the rain
I'm in love with a man that don't know
As I ride this steady train

Well, this street looks so familiar
I ain't been here for twenty years
At what moment do you turn you head around
And walk a straight line, straight and clear?

It's enough to feel the wind blow
It's enough to feel the rain
I'm in love with a man that don't know
As I ride this steady train


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"This Steady Train" as written by Michael Landau John Pierce

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