"Outbound Train" as written by and Ryan Adams....
How am I supposed to know
When it's time to go
In the middle of the night
When I'm all alone
Don't know what to do
Don't know what I'm even supposed to say
Like a train gonna go
Till it starts rolling away

And cars don't move in the middle of the night
Lost inside the void of the fading tail lights
Swear I wasn't lonely when I met you, girl

But I was so bored, I was so bored
I don't know anything anymore

I got this achin' in my chest
Rollin' 'round like a pile of bones
In a broken little box
It sounds a lot like you
Laughing to yourself
In a quiet room
Our eyes knowing more than they probably ought to

And cars don't move in the middle of the night
Lost inside the void of the fading tail lights
I swear I wasn't lonely when I met you, girl

But I was so bored, I was so bored
I was so sure, I was so bored
I was so bored, I was so bored
I don't know anything anymore

Walls are all cracked
The fan stutters in the room
Where we slept
Where I woke up next to you
Sometimes a man don't know
When he's got to walk away
I hear a rumbling and a moan
I feel like an outbound train

The cars don't know move in the middle of the night
Lost inside the void of the fading tail lights
I swear I wasn't lonely when I met you, girl

I was so bored, I was so bored
I was so sure, I was so bored, I was so bored
I was so sure, I was so sure
I was so sure

I was so sure
I was so sure
I was so sure
I don't know anything anymore


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"Outbound Train" as written by Ryan Adams

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