Steel Road Lyrics

Steel Road lyrics

Tim Barry

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Lyrics to Steel Road I can hear a train passing at the Rivanna Junction
I can't decide on which way it's going
Probably to Gladstone and on west to Lynchburg
Then off to Roanoke and on to god only knows

And I can't understand the way that you see me
And I don't understand the way I'm seeing you
Maybe you're too young maybe I'm too old
To feel alone this close to you

I can hear my Father screaming in the kitchen at my Mom
They're throwing dishes again
And there I am a man at age seven
In my room alone in this world of stone

I don't know if I know them
I don't if I will
I don't know if I care either way
But I know I trust no one
And I can't be trusted
To be here tomorrow
After our brightest day

My heart, it beats slow now and without repeating
What I've seen and wished I'd never done
I've tried and I've tried, girl, to see us as different
I'm saying I'm leaving without saying it's done

And you don't know me and I don't know you
And I don't know me and you don't know you
Let's be strong now and accept this might not last
Today has passed tomorrow'll be new

And I can hear a train passing at the Rivanna Junction
I can't decide on which way it's going
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