"Train Leaving Grey" as written by and Mason Stewart Jennings....
Hoping that I see you on the street
It's your kind of day
Nothing has the color of your eyes
Train leaving gray

And I'll never love no one
The way I loved you
I never thought that love
Could come true

Driving 'round the city in your car
Down low in the seat
Coming home and getting into bed
Smiling in your sleep

I'll never love no one
The way I loved you
You've never loved no one
Have you?

Hoping that I see you on the street
It's your kind of day
Nothing has the color of your eyes
Train leaving gray



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"Train Leaving Gray" as written by Mason Stewart Jennings

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    General CommentThe line "hoping that I'll see you on the street" is what I've been thinking about too. It seems so universal to miss an ex and desire to strike up a relationship again. Only calling seems desperate, like you haven't moved on - even if you haven't for some reason you never want to admit that. That is weird - you should be able to admit to someone that you've missed them, it shouldn't just be a game. So the spontaneous meeting on the street is all there is to hold out for, even if it is for a hopeless love.
    tubesockson July 25, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti agree with you completely tubesocks! this is such a beautiful song. mason has a way of putting you in your own world with his voice and lyrics.
    Mereteon August 16, 2002   Link
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    General CommentMason's voice is amazing. Just discovered him. :)
    Talia42on September 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentTubesocks I think it is fear that they moved on and that is why you can not convey your feelings. That atleast is my fear.
    TheHippyon September 07, 2005   Link
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    General Commentgreat song to just relax to... great, sad lyrics
    Burn0neDownon December 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI heard this is actually about his mother?
    Zephyr779on July 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNo its totally to an ex. "I've never love no one the way I loved you" and challenges that she "never loved no one"
    taki183on November 02, 2007   Link

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