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Thoughts from a Slow Train

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"Thoughts from a Slow Train"
Thoughts from a Slow Train cover
Album track by Matt Sharp
Album Matt Sharp (album)
Released 2004
Recorded 4212 Old Hillsboro Road, Leipers Fork, TN
Length 6:10
Writer(s) Matt Sharp
Producer(s) Matt Sharp
Status Officially released
Matt Sharp (album) track listing
"Let Me Pass"
(7)
"Thoughts from a Slow Train"
(8)
"After the Angels"
(9)

"Thoughts from a Slow Train" is the eighth track from the eponymous debut album by Matt Sharp.

Overview

Personnel

Audio

Lyrics

Lyric sheet made by Bryan Bos, with photographs by Sharp

Awakened alone on a train
By a soft hand that brushed across my face
From some station platform she waves
I wave back, but I don't remember her name, no

My fake redhead hides in her garden
She had such harsh words about me but I never believed them
Dalila wants her chocolate fudge (Dalila)
Don't let anyone tell you that you talk too much

Angels drift in and away
Through your life on a slow train

The big-eyed painter bouncing German
She laughed so pure as we bowled over suave Frenchmen
My actress, with your baggage full of apologies (Marisol)
Why do I feel you've been abducted by Scientology? Oh, no

And Anna, my Brazilian princess,
I nearly died when you said I was blessed with true tenderness
Yeah, Laura, she may laugh at this (Laura)
What's life like when you're a sweet and creamy feminist?

Angels drift in and away
Through your life on a slow train

Before I got to New York Penn
I started talking with a couple of lesbian documentarians
We talked about our memories (They asked)
When I die, what would be the one I'd choose to take with me

If I had to choose, what would it be?
Even the last few years have had a couple goddamn good memories
Room 54, Hotel Jardi (Monica)
If I had to choose, I'd live with you in Room 54, eternally

Angels drift in and away
Through your life on a slow train

On a slow train

See also