She acts unaware of her smile or the scent of her hair
When she leaves a room she takes everyone's eyes out their heads
But I hurt too much to let her bring me down
But when she's not around
I can hear the trains underground
When I'm alone
I can feel the sun going down
How can I explain all the reasons she frightens me so
When she has the power to burn me right down to my soul
But then every night I see her in my dreams
But the days in between
She tears me apart at the seams
Once I was strong
She's taught me what loneliness means

No, nobody else could understand her like I do
So I gotta make her realize she loves me too
And I do
I really do

But then every night I see her in my dreams
But the days in between
She tears me apart at the seams
Once I was strong
She's taught me what loneliness means
She acts unaware of her smile or the scent of her hair
When she leaves a room she takes everyone's eyes out their heads
But I hurt too much to let her bring me down
But when she's not around
I can hear the trains underground
Once I was strong
I can feel the sun going down
I can hear the trains underground
I can feel the sun going down
I can hear the trains underground


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The Trains song meanings
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