"Waiting for a Train" as written by and Devoto....
Sing me a song about civil liability...
Business hours are over now
I'm watching it get dark over the railway tracks
And I'm under a poster for painkiller comfort
Shopping by camerawork
And trying to relax
And the wind turns in the air
I'm just waiting for the train
I'm feeling so good it cannot be fair
Because tonight I'm seeing you again
Tonight I'm seeing you again
I used to find myself
At the bitter end of remarkable occurrences
Yes, once upon a terrible time of my life
I was up, accused of GBM
Grievous Bodily Mistakes
And trashy dreams
Your honour, I can't even bear to think about them
Now there's been a reprieve
And I'm just waiting for this train
I'm finding it just a little hard to breathe
Because tonight I'm seeing you again
Tonight I'm seeing you again
So far, far, far along the platform
I'm a man with a problem and a request
Mister, I shouldn't be here
Get me a diesel, I assure you
It's in the national interest
And the wind turns in the air
I'm just waiting for this train
I certainly hope the track's in a good state of repair
Because tonight I'm seeing you again
Tonight I'm seeing you again
I'm seeing you again
Now I know what it is to be alive.
Hello.


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