Train True (Lennie’s Song) Blue Öyster Cult Ringtones

Train True (Lennie’s Song) Blue Öyster Cult Ringtones

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  • Artist(s) :
  • Album : The Symbol Remains
  • Album Release date : October 9, 2020
  • Genres : Hard rock, heavy metal
  • Label : Frontiers Records
  • Producers : Eric Bloom, Buck Dharma, Richie Castellano
  • Ringtone Format : MP3 Ringtones

  • Lyric to the Song

    Well, I was standing on the train tracks on a midnight blue trying to remember where I left my shoes and in a natural way, my thoughts returned to you

    So I walked into a honky tonk jukebox saloon to reflect on my losses and rock to some tunes
    I thought it all through then I figured out what to do

    I’d start working for the train, train, feedly-dang
    Feedle-otten deeten-do dangy-do
    Feedle-otten deeten-do ding-train-true
    I started working for the train when I was looking for you

    Sprung from the ward
    Steel brainpan, pity pity
    Looked you up in Freehold for a face that I could trust

    The foreman said you’d left out in some kind of a state He pointed at the office it was already late

    I smoothed down my hair and went to talk to the boss He was weary, short-tempered and had one eye on the clock

    He said I had just seconds to make my case I put one hand on his shoulder
    And stuck the other in his face

    And I said:
    “Feelings, feelings, are somewhat symptomatic of societal abrasions that conform electric static.”

    He said, “Son, I don’t think you have much of a brain.” I said, “You’ve got to have a brain when you’re working for the train.”

    It’s a long run to Trenton when you start about five Some folks are tired and hungry some are barely alive

    But when that engine starts pumping those familiar tones I don’t care where the train is going cause I’m already home

    I spent a long year
    Dancing up and down that aisle
    Pestering my savior just to
    Let me see your smile

    The salesman was drunk
    My training shot to the fore
    I put my shoulder in his gut
    And knocked his samples on the floor

    And I said:
    “Feelings, feelings, are somewhat symptomatic of societal abrasions that conform electric static.”

    He said, “Sir, I don’t think you’ve got much of a brain.” I said, “You’ve got to have a brain when you’re working for the train.”

    The Princeton Junction depot
    Is straight known to be staid
    They wear hound’s-tooth and khaki
    Most have already paid

    I looked under my visor my heart stopped like it got froze lipstick like a sixties Vette and polish on your toes

    You had half of a smile watching me shakin’ like a hound as triumph seized my body missing love had been found

    And I said:
    “Feelings, feelings, are somewhat symptomatic of societal abrasions that conform electric static.

    She said some folks say
    You don’t have much of a brain.”
    But You’ve got to have a brain
    Cause you’re working for the train.”

    Train, train, feedly-dang
    Feedle-otten deeten-do dangy-do
    Feedle-otten deeten-do ding-train-true
    I started working for the train when I was looking for you

    I whooped and called “Metuchen”
    As I stepped through the door I put my hands around your hips and kissed you then and ever more

    And I said:
    “Feelings, feelings, are somewhat symptomatic of societal abrasions that conform electric static.

    She said some folks say
    You don’t have much of a brain.”
    But You’ve got to have a brain
    Cause you’re working for the train.”

    Train, train, feedly-dang
    Feedle-otten deeten-do dangy-do
    Feedle-otten deeten-do ding-train-true
    I started working for the train when I was looking for you

    Train, train, feedly-dang
    Feedle-otten deeten-do dangy-do
    Feedle-otten deeten-do ding-train-true
    I started working for the train and now I’ve finally found you

    I’ve finally found you
    I’ve finally found you
    I’ve finally found you

    * Lyric is meant for educational purpose only.