Once you've had a thought can you just pardon it,
Gone again
It's equations like this that have got you
Gripping the rails amen
Of that old barnacled barge
Barely noticing the scars
Then a most, ordinary set of events
Have purloined any logic and a common sense
I caught her smilin' secretly
Nothing particular you could see
I traced the creases in her cheek
On a half full train the dozens of imaginations framed
And not even my spite could snuff out all those dancing flames
I caught her lipstick regard
The sweet and tender part
A most, ordinary set of events
Could purloin all yer logic and a common sense
We're smilin secretly
Nothin particular you could see
I traced the creases on her cheek
Til i realized what i need
And i stepped out alone
Left her there alone
So we'll go on alone
Once you've had a thought can you just pardon it,
Gone again
It's equations like this that have got you
Grippin the rails Amen


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