MUSIC: "TRAINS ACROSS THE SEA" ( SILVER JEWS )




Troubles, no troubles on the line. And I can't stand to see you; I can't stand to see you when you're crying at home. Scotch and penicillin; please try Carlton, a cold, black maple hanger, and husbands on the run. I just got back from a dream attack that took me by surprise. And in there I met a lady, her name was Shady Sides, and she said: "It's been evening all day long; it's been evening all day long, and how can something so old be so wrong?" Sin and gravity drag me down to sleep to dream of trains across the sea. Trains across the sea. Half hours on earth, what are they worth? I don't know. In twenty-seven years, I drunk fifty thousand beers, and they just wash against me like the sea into a pier.

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