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against the flow
Dark as the night comes to share
With stars in her hair
And grand majestic flair
Framed, a world passes by
With the sound of a young girl's
The last train is nearly due
The underground is closing soon
And in the dark deserted station
Restless in anticipation
A man waits in the shadows
The last train is nearly due,
The underground is closing soon,
And in the dark deserted station,
Restless in anticipation,
A man waits in
The last train is nearly due
The underground is closing soon
And in the dark deserted station
Restless in anticipation
A man waits in the shadows
The last train is nearly due
The underground is closing soon
And in the dark deserted station
Restless in anticipation
A man waits in the shadows
The last train is nearly due
The underground is closing soon
And in the dark deserted station
Restless in anticipation
A man waits in the shadows
we pay the teller off in gold,
In hopes he will return, but he cannot be bought or sold.

Terrapin station
Inspiration, move me brightly. light
She wore red shoes by the drugstore
As the rain splashed the nickel
Spilled like chablis along the midway
There's a little blue jay
In a red
She wore red shoes by the drugstore
As the rain splashed the nickel
Spilled like chablis along the midway
There's a little blue jay
In a red
the passers by
And they did not notice me

I've been in every black hole
At the alter of a Dark star
My body s now begging
Though it's begging to get back
I will never forget the walk to the station,
Me with your suitcase being brotherly strong.
And trying to make light of the whole situation,
In mild
missed you by now
By now, by now, by now

Put your bags in back
Don't bother with the seat belt
Take a cigarette
What station do you like
How far do
remember, crying in the park, it was getting dark
Suddenly I looked up
You were my sky
So go on and
Sleep darling
Why don't you pretend we were just
the sun, or a hole in the dark.
And run by run they put out the flames.
Sometimes dreaming

Through stroby stations
Too fast to know their names
Too fast to know if we came or will come again

Sleeping towns joined together 
By
notice the passers-by 
And they did not notice me 

I've been in every black hole 
At the altar of the dark star 
My body's now a begging bowl
in love
If love believes in me
Oh believe in me

At the moment of surrender
I'm falling to my knees
I did not notice the passers by
And they did not
at the station watched the train carry troops to the fight,
But the generals died by assassins, the battalions dispersed on the fly,
And they paid for their sins
Married at 16, 2 kids by 21
But he couldn't take it
Now she's raisin' them on her own
Between the bills and the laundry

Sometimes she's so
California day.
If I wake you up,
There will be hell to pay.
And alone in my room I am the last of a lost civilization
And I vanish into the dark
And rise
Come to me
Light on my shoulder
Come to me
Burn your starry crown
My dark angel
I've tried, I can't get over
Cause when I think I'm climbing
I was five years old when daddy started packin'
And I stood there by my mamma
As she cried
And the next thing that we knew
Some old train came
the underground another pirate radio station
We bring the truth to places truth is never heard before
We bring the sound communication of our tribal war
Dark
Train rolls by about 3 a.m.
Wakes me from a fitful sleep
Got the urge to jump on board
I believe I'm in a little too deep

Walk the train station
In the dark of an alley you'd work for a fiver
For a swift one off the wrist down on the old main drag

In the cold winter nights the old town it