everyone
every day
the trains are so loud

and everyone
that has hands
can tear the hemispheres down

when the walls sway
like stage scenery
"it's my way out
so follow me down!"
when the gas light
butterflies
when they start to burn

everytime
the gas lights burn
the butterflies
i see the way out
it's so loud
it's so loud

the trains are so loud
the trains are hemispheres down
the trains are so loud
the trains are butterflies out

the trains are so loud


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    General Commentthis song is like sex
    AgentOrangeSkieson September 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe tracks lie less than a mile from my house, so when I'm lying in bed at night, I can hear the trains passing through the darkness. I love that sound. I live for that sound. The trains are such a lonely symbol of romance to me because they are always coming and going, either bringing or taking away someone we love.

    In this song, I think they represent the escape he craves. They are his way out of the place he is trapped in, and they are so loud, always calling him to make that escape. This song is the story of my life.
    devilslittlesisteron October 19, 2008   Link

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