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Albums:

Travelling, Vol. 2: French Actors In Song (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Passenger (Tara MacLean) · Passenger (Lisa Hannigan) · Another Passenger (Carly Simon) · Another Passenger (Carly Simon) · Passenger 420 (Dopetrackz) · Passenger (Carly Binding) · The Passenger Live in U.S.A. (Iggy Pop) · The Glass Passenger [CD/DVD] (Jack's Mannequin) · Passenger (Iggy Pop) – and 90 other albums »


reeling and rocking
The passengers were screaming with fear
For the train was being driven
By a crazy engineer
I'm driving this engine up to the moon
He
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome aboard the starship Boney M
for our first passenger flight to Venus.

Ready for count-down: 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 -
Just a young man
By an old road
By the route he chose

An ancient song
In an old tongue
For this man was sung

Oh I'm carrying a heavy load
Can't go
20 bus stops
With an average of 6 people per stop
5 lorries each with a passenger
One of which exchanged a Yorkie Bar
Weighing an ounce for 12
Just a young man
By an old road
By the route he chose

An ancient song
In an old tongue
For this man was sung

Oh I'm carrying a heavy load
the color she sees 
While waiting for the sun 
She lives, so patiently 

Young man travelling along 
Passes by a window 
Singing a song 

Feel the wind blow
Well I've got a long black six passenger limousine
A palace in Dallas a club in New Orleans
Diamonds on my fingers silk imported clothes 
And I
at the paling of the sky,
The stranger returned and said "Now I must fly,
When two thousand years of your time has gone by,
This song will begin once again,
hidden by rain clouds,
The song of the old man still locked in my brain,
And all emigration, the curse of a nation
The setting now fitting his sad sweet
at the paling of the sky,
The stranger returned and said "now I must fly,
When two thousand years of your time has gone by,
This song will begin once again,
And just before dawn at the paving of the sky,
The stranger returned and said 'now I must fly,
When two thousand years of your time has gone by,
This song
comfort and later they brought me this song
Oh, I hope you run into them, you who've been travelling so long

Yes, you who must leave everything that you
(Leonard Feather)


[This song was a hit for Dinah Washington in 1949 and was also covered by Billie Holiday]
Well good morning baby welcome back
(Z-Ro talking)
Motherfucking Z-Ro, tired of this
Motherfucking passenger side man
When I'ma drive

(Chorus - 2x)
Living in the passenger side
I want
comfort and later they brought me this song.
Oh I hope you run into them, you who've been travelling so long.

Yes you who must leave everything that you
Well I've got a long black six passenger limousine
A palace in Dallas a club in New Orleans
Diamonds on my fingers silk imported clothes
And I can
I am limbo, waiting on a window
Stuck inside an interval
I know it's unattainable
Covered by a label's name
Labeled by geography
On a dying dark
These were the songs upheld by the shades
That spoke to me as I left town
Israelite's, the harder they come, 56-47
I hear them now
And the words
the news
The conductor sings his song again
"The passengers will please refrain,
This train has got the disappearin' railroad blues

[Chorus]
The conductor sings his song again the passengers will please refrain
This train's got the disappearin' railroad blues
(Egan)

It's a dead-end job and the money is low,
And the time goes by so slow.
If I stay too long it could bring me down,
So I might as well take
the news
The conductor sings his song again
"The passengers will please refrain,
This train has got the disappearin' railroad blues

[Chorus]
He had the same obsequious manner
That was the reason I had him killed
So to calm my nerves I sang this song
To him, over the phone

Turn around,
make believe that everything is a-ok
They're too deaf to hear us whisper
I'm treading oceans
Travelling night skies
Soon I'll be there by your side
into a bad dream
And the steel rails still ain't heard the news
The conductor sings his song again
The passengers will please refrain
This train's

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