Album: Afterglow (2012)
  • On another destination
    I hear the grinding of the wheel
    Keep me waitin' at the station
    And I want you to reveal
    I got a steely eyed devotion
    I am ready for the thrill
    Feel like I'm movin' in slow motion
    As my car begins to spill

    Out on the track, shadow me
    Down in the fools gallery

    And you sow the seed
    Its all that you need
    You're building on speed
    Big train

    As the passenger did mention
    Darkness falls just like a thief
    Now you've got my full attention
    As the steam spills from beneath
    Won't you let me be a volunteer
    Won't you let come within
    I will be your manic engineer
    I'll be your assassin

    Out on the track, shadow me
    Down in the fools gallery

    And you sow the seed
    Its all that you need
    You're building on speed
    Big train

    Won't you whisper to my face
    What you see can't be replaced
    By the fountain we embrace
    On the mountain in my grace

    Out on the track, shadow me
    Down in the fools gallery

    And you sow the seed
    Its all that you need
    You're building on speed
    Big train
    Big train
    Big train Writer/s: GLENN WILLIAM HUGHES
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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