Album: Kingdom of Rust (2009)
  • 10:03 on a fast train
    A trick of light
    Crossing my eye
    A skyward plane
    Calling out your name
    Calling out your name

    Like the last of those fires
    We shall burn into the night
    Like a moth to the flame
    I will turn back again
    Oh I'm coming home
    Calling out your name
    All I've ever known

    Distant call down the wire
    Distant train on the line
    I'll return to your side
    With the push and pull of the tide
    All I've ever known
    Calling out your name
    Oh I'm coming home

    10:03 on a fast train Writer/s: ANDY WILLIAMS, JEZ WILLIAMS, JIMI GOODWIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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