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Headlights on the ceiling as she pulls into the drive
She never says she's coming and she never says goodbye
She's gonna bring the sunshine and she's gonna bring the rain
It's like I'm standing at the station and I'm waiting on a runaway train

When I was a young'un, my momma used to pray
That I'd find me a Christian girl and settle down someday
But the devil's at the front door and she's calling out my name
It's like I'm standing at the station and I'm waiting on a runaway train

Runaway train coming down the track
Runaway train and don't come back

Yeah I know what she's doing but right now I don't care
She can be Delilah here to cut off all my hair
Woman's got a hold on me, that I just can't explain
It's like I'm standing at the station and I'm waiting on a runaway train

Runaway train coming down the track
Runaway train and don't come back

In the morning when I wake and find that woman gone
I will swear this time that I am finally moving on
Deep down in my heart I'll know nothing's gonna change
And I'll be standing at the station and waiting on a runaway train

Runaway train coming down the track
Runaway train and don't come back



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