I missed the last train
I'm busted again
You know, I'm barely living
Asleep in my seat
What a relief
You know, I'm barely living

Sometimes I think of you
That always gets me through
'Til the next time
'Til the next time off this train
'Til the next time
'Til the next time off this train

But what can you do?
Skies will be blue
When you're barely living
Aw, it ain't been my day
It rained all the way
You know, I'm barely living

Sometimes I think of you
That always gets me through
'Til the next time
'Til the next time off this train
'Til the next time
'Til the next time off this train

Get me off this train
Get me off this train
Get me off this train

I missed the last train
I'm busted again
You know I'm barely living
I'm just an old weathervane of the insane
You know, I'm barely living

Sometimes I think of you
That always gets me through
'Til the next time
'Til the next time off this train
'Til the next time
'Til the next time off this train

'Til the next time
'Til the next time
'Til the next time

Words and music by Hector Saldana, © 2010

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