It takes to long to think of things like leaving.
Iím happy where I am.
I donít know where I am,
But the trains donít go there anymore.
If you want to see me drop a line
Iíll catch it if I can
And give it back to you
And we wonít be lonely anymore,
Now can you see Iím sort of lost here?
With no idea where to go.
You know Iíd send for you
But the trains donít run here anymore.
No the trains donít run here anymore.
This article referred to a reunion concert that Bruce did with The Children.
"He also performed the rarely heard 'The Trains Don't Go There Anymore', a
languid piece that brought back memories of darkened coffeehouses."
-- from "Unbroken Circle", the Ottawa Sun, August, 1997, by Rick Overall. Submitted by Rob Caldwell.
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