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a dark comedy
Laughing at each other, laughing at each other
Like, oh oh oh it isn't funny anymore

I was the man who never lied
I never lied until today
to tell the truth, nothing but the whole truth with my hand on the Bible
I lied, I lied, I lied

Only swear by Allah, so when approached by them folks
I
truth with my hand on the Bible
I lied, I lied, I lied

Only swear by Allah, so when approached by them folks
I spit the truth when I swore under oath
I
Reply? 

Leavin' on a southern train
Only yesterday you lied,
Promises of what I seemed to be
Only watched the time go by
All of these things you
And all the shamefuls and all of the whores 
And even the soldier who pierced the side of the Lord 
Is down there by the train 
Down there by the train
And all the shamefuls and all of the whores 
And even the soldier who pierced the side of the Lord 
Is down there by the train 
Down there by the train
break lines

I lied
'Cause who knew that if I just let myself go with you
Who knows, who knows, so I lied
To keep you from breaking my heart, ooh
ain't raised no fool
I am not your usual typical type
Who would protect me if I never hide?
Falling so fast, I am afraid of you

So I lied, I lied, I
and don't try to stop this train, 'cause it's headed down the track
Never a tear across that cheek
No sign of sympathy, for a man who's feeling weak
And over in the teacher's home she waited by the phone

For calls which never rang, and people who never sang

Train man rambled dusty into town
His father was a man who could never understand
The shame on a red man's face
So they lived in the hills and they never came down
But to trade in
man
And made a name for Jesse James
A mark was left forever
By the passing of the train

As a little child, my thoughts ran wild
As I clung
What kind of fool am I, who never fell in love? 
It seems that I'm the only one that I have been thinkin' of! 
What kind of man is this, an empty
'Cause she knew she was never comin' back 
She said 

Man I'm gonna get outta this town 
Man I'm gonna get outta this pain 
Man I'm gonna get outta
years of track
Two hundred years of glory never to turn back
The train is called America your ticket is a dream
That left the torture of freedom for
overcoat 
They never said your name but I knew just who they meant 

Oh, I was so surprised and shocked and I wondered too 
If by chance you heard it for
behind
Remind me you were never mine
The lonely train you left without a kiss

The golden girl, the silver spoon
The eyes like pearls that wept too
A man and a train, a train and a man
They both tried to run as far
And as fast as they can
But a man's not a train and a train's not a man
A man can
She was of friend of mine
She left with my man
She lied, cheated
Took all I had
She was a friend of mine
She used what she knew
She lied, cheated
when does that get decided by majority?
And who's more decent one man or a dozen men?
(Answer: one man)
get hit by a train
By a train
I lied my face off when I said that I would be okay
It's never fine when you go away
years of track
Two hundred years of glory never to turn back
The train is called America your ticket is a dream
That left the torture of freedom for
I was born in Dixie in a boomer shack
Just a little shanty by the railroad track
The humming of the drivers was my lullaby 
And a freight train
Thrown off the bridge
To the river by the ridge
Was the iron mountain baby

A man walking by
Said he heard a little cry
And he found him in
I was born in Dixie in a boomer's shack
Just a little old shanty by a railroad track
The hummin' of the drivers was my lullaby
And a freight train