"Runaway Train" as written by and David Grissom Trish Murphy....
We chased tornadoes on the interstate
In a pickup truck.
We were just playing some stupid game
Some stupid kids made up.
Oh, I guess we thought we knew
The damage they could do.
But I bet we showed them a thing or two,
Me and you.
Runaway freight train sound.
The house turned upside-down.
Runaway freight town sound.
Truer than a one horse town.
The tumbleweeds that summer,
We liked to watch them roll.
We cleared a space in the backseat.
We did it in the road.
We picked up a tumbleweed.
We set it on the floor.
Tearing off your tee-shirt.
We broke the bedroom door.
Runaway freight train sound.
The hosue turned upside-down.
Runaway freight town sound.
Truer than a one horse town.
Standing still in time
We were more than you and I.
Something real and true.
And the wind keeps blowing by.
I hear you in a whisper. I feel you on my skin.
And after all this time I know,
I can't go back again.
Runaway freight train sound.
The house turned upside-down.
Runaway freight town sound.
Truer than a one horse town.
Runaway freight train sound.
The house turned upside-down.
Runaway freight town sound.
Truer than a one horse town.


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"Runaway Train" as written by Trish Murphy David Grissom

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