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​I Saw Her At The Station

This song is by The Cats and appears on the album Signed By The Cats (1972).

I saw her at the station, she was standing in the rain
Getting wet all over, she was waiting for the train
So I drove up to her and said: "Do you want a ride?
Can I take you where you want to go, come on up and step inside"

She smiled the sweetest smile I'd ever seen in my whole life
She came inside and told me she was almost 25
I couldn't think of something else but the smile upon her face
I said: "Why don't you come with me, I'll take you to my place

I guess you don't know where to go to and my bed has place for two
If you want to sleep alone, an easy chair for me will do
And when you wake up in the morning, I will take you back again
To the station where you came from into the pouring rain"

I saw her at the station, she was standing in the rain
Getting wet all over, she was waiting for the train
So I drove up to her and said: "Girl, it's much too late
There'll be no train till tomorrow and it's much to cold to wait

I guess you don't know where to go to and my bed has place for two
If you want to sleep alone, an easy chair for me will do
And when you wake up in the morning there'll be time enough for you
Just to tell me if you stay here, it's up to you"

It's up to you