Heartbreak Station

Album: Heartbreak Station (1990)
Charted: 63 44
  • Waiting at the station
    Tears filling up my eyes
    Sometime the pain you hide
    Burns like a fire inside
    Look out my window
    Sometimes it's hard to see
    The things you want in life
    Come and go so easily

    She took the last train out of my heart, ooh
    She took the last train
    And now I'll think I'll make a brand new start
    She took the last train out of my heart

    Watching the days go by
    Thinking 'bout the plans we made
    The days turn into years
    Funny how they fade away
    Sometimes I think of those days
    Sometimes I just hide away
    Waiting on that 9:20 train
    Waiting on a memory


    My lady's on the fly and she's never coming back
    My love is like a steam train rolling down the tracks
    Yeah, yeah


    She took the last train, ooh, out of my heart
    She took the last train
    And now I'll think I'll make a new start
    Last train out of heartWriter/s: THOMAS CARL KEIFER
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 2

  • Theo from Moscow, EuropeGreat song. Actually love their country ballads more than the heavier stuff. The eponomous album is my favourite of their catalogue. They do a differently arranged unplugged version on "Live at the Key club".
  • Emily from Ontario, CanadaGreat song! One of their best
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