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B.W. Stevenson – Down To The Station lyrics

I'm going down to the station
You won't see me in the morning
I'm going down to the station
I'll be leaving in the morning

I know you think I'll live better
With a suitcase in my hand
I won't bore you with no letters
I've settled everything I can

Hey, hey, hey
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
I'm going down

I'll be down at the station
Sipping coffee at the bookrack
Feeling fine at the station
I ain't even gonna look back

I ain't worried 'bout tomorrow
It ain't here and I ain't there
You turned my love into sorrow
If you don't, babe, I don't care

Hey, hey, hey
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Going down
Going down to the station

Bye bye, baby
Hey, we got to move
I got things to do
I gotta get myself
Down to the station

Bye bye, baby
Hey, I got to move
I got things to do
I gotta get myself
Down to the station

Bye bye, baby
Well, I got to move
I got things to do
I gotta get myself
Down to the station

Bye bye, baby
Well, I got to move
I got things to do
I gotta get myself
Down to the station

Bye bye, baby
Well, I got to move
I got things to do
I gotta get myself
Down to the station



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