Take my coat to keep me warm
Paris is cold, should I chance my arm?
Don’t wait for me for dinner,
Love you honey and see you later

1962, I took the last train
1962, I took the last breath

The July Column stands in front of me
Thousands of people with the same idea
It’s 6pm, tensions are rising
In the streets, blood starts running

The situation is getting worse
Leaving us no choice, we must disperse
Running to a subway station
My evasion, suffocation

1962, I took the last train

Took my coat to keep me warm
And now Paris has lost its charm
Don’t wait for me anymore,
Still love you like I did before

I took the last train


Lyrics submitted by darkforce100

February 8, 1962 song meanings
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