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Million Dead - Smiling At Strangers On Trains Lyrics

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  • it was the strangest thing today
  • i saw new footprints in abandoned pathways
  • beneath forgotten undergrowth something stirring again
  • you were a single red blood cell
  • but i lost you in this knot of capillaries
  • but you were bringing me oxygen when i needed it most in the smoke.
  • and you were always
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  • as far as mongolia, as close as my clothes
  • your presence pervading, but it still never shows
  • as close as the answer i never quite know, or cant quite remember
  • your distance insidious, as soft as a blow
  • your shadow is with me wherever i go
  • its on the tip of my tongue but still i never quite know, or cant quite remember
  • i dont quite remember
  • the forced proximity of a million different mike leigh movies
  • makes me long for the fresh air of a familiar face
  • and not the violence of loneliness, nor the unease of surrounded seclusion
  • i keep nearly missing you around corners and in passing trains
  • and if id known that you werent so far away
  • that you were never that far away
  • i couldve rode this train smiling.

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