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Down To the Station

06:15

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Everything is changing just for the season

Faded colors and brief are the days

In the morning I must be leaving 

And the time we shared will soon fade away

 

Take me down to the station

Hurry put me on a train

This old town has got me feeling low down

And it looks like we've seen this one before

If I might not make it home tonight

Baby please don't you lock that door

 

I may be gone just for the weekend

I know I never have the words to say

But if you can give me just one good reason

I know somewhere baby I've got a mind to stay

 

Take me down to the station

Hurry put me on a train

This old town has got me feeling low down

And it looks like we've seen this one before

If I might not make it home tonight

Baby please don't you lock that door

 

There's no simple explanation 

For why we all do the things we all do

But there's no need for speculation

I know your heart is pure and true

 

Take me down to the station

Hurry put me on a train

This old town has got me feeling low down

And it looks like we've seen this one before

If I might not make it home tonight

Baby please don't you lock that door

 

Don't lock me out

 

(c) 2011

Matt Cox/ASCAP

 

 

 

Matt Cox

Six-time Omaha Entertainment and Arts Award winner for Best Country/Americana and Best Blues. The caliber of artist that singer/songwriter Matt Cox has become in the studio and on stage is being widely recognized by a steady growing fanbase. Cox continues to perform across the country as a solo artist, and with an ever-changing lineup of the area’s top talent.

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