"Braking Wheels" as written by and Jude Anthony Cole....
It's your choice
If you want to go
But this time, this time there's no
Turning back
Or draggin' me down
Into your blue ocean
Into your ghost town
'Cause I've had enough
Of all the words you think you mean
This track is long
And runs one way from all I've seen

All that I can hear
Deep in the dark, and painfully clear
Is the sound of steel on steel
Hear it cryin' like a freight train's braking wheels
It's my poor heart cryin' like a freight train's braking wheels

Anyone could plainly see
By the look on your face
You ain't lovin' me
But you play sad and silent when
You're not a victim, baby
You've never been
And I've had enough
Of you wondering if I'm okay
'Cause I'm okay

All that I can hear
Deep in the dark, and painfully clear
Is the sound of steel on steel
Hear it cryin' like a freight train's braking wheels

All that I can do
For you now
Is hang around
And remind you of
The lies you tell
For your picture perfect private hell

Baby be true
To your heart and mind
Just this once
And for old times
'Cause I've had enough
Of spending all my days in doubt
This track is long
But this is where I'm getting out

All that I can hear
Deep in the dark, and painfully clear
Is the sound of steel on steel
Hear it cryin' like a freight train's braking wheels
It's my poor heart cryin' like braking wheels


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