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​Strangers on a Train

This song is by Elliott Murphy and appears on the album Soul Surfing (2001).

What was I thinking... I must have been mad
You reminded me of someone, some love, I'd never had
Who always missed me, except when I came home
I told you my birthday, you gave me your phone

Like strangers, strangers on a train
Like strangers, strangers on a train

You were surviving on pills and promises un-kept
I providing you with reasons to hang on until you were met
At the station by your uncles and aunts
You were looking so good in your black leather pants

Like strangers, strangers on a train
Like strangers, strangers on a train

I try to make my point like a travelling salesman
Showing my goods, laying open my hand
Can I kiss you? I guess I asked too soon
You said that won't change anything
But the stars and the moon

Like strangers, strangers on a train
Like strangers, strangers on a train

The weather it was perfect there was no sign of rain
I was sitting next to you, Like strangers on a train
Once in a lifetime, this will never happen twice
Seven come eleven, like a roll of the dice

Like strangers, strangers, strangers on a train
Like strangers, strangers, strangers on a train