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Mother Mother – Train Of Thought lyrics

Jump on my train
My little train of thought
Dip your tongue
Into my honey pot

I know what I have
Do you know what you got?
Jump on my train
My little train of thought

The season's shifting
From cool to hot
Jump on my train
My little train, my train of thought

The famous people
They go out looking proud
They're standing right in front
A big and lonesome crowd

The famous people
They got their demons
I got my demons
But in me she's believing

Hey, famous people
Step on my train
We'll make a movie
And it will be the real thing

Jump on my train
My little train of thought
I'm living life
To a pulse that's hot

The foolish people
They are so lovely
They got this way of doing everything politely
Hey foolish people
You foolish lot
Jump on my train
My little train, my train of thought



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