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Strangers On A Train Lyrics

from Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By

"Strangers On A Train" is track #10 on the album Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By. It was written by Jennifer Charles.
"Strangers On A Train" is track #10 on the album Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By. It was written by Jennifer Charles.

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Pardon me Sir, is this seat taken?
I overheard you say, Not stirred but shaken
And I could really throw one back

Such a thirst doesn't always permit
For tact, so, if you would Sir
Pardon me, a stiff one is my specialty

Strangers on a train
Strangers on a train

Oh, you're very charming Sir
No, here's to you
I don't want to know your name
Or what you do
I know, here's to strangers on a train
Strangers on a train

Oh, I think we're going faster
From the mountains to the pasture
Just look at that scenery
It's lovely, it's lovely

I really like to ride the train
Especially when I forget where I'm going
I really like the way it feels
Motion, heavy wheels

As the raging sparks are flying
From the wounded rails still crying
Battling the scenery, it's lovely, it's lovely
It's lovely, it's lovely, it's lovely, it's lovely

I really like to ride the train
Especially when I forget where I'm going
I really like the way it feels
Motion, heavy wheels

Molten metal, oh, I, I'd better go
This is my station, you know
I've had a lovely time
Oh, the pleasure's mine, all mine

Songwriters
Jennifer Charles

Published by
SHARKMAN SONGS

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