4. Waitin' For A Train
[Intro is spoken over someone speaking in French and English:] (I'm an alien from another sphere. The thing I like about the earth is the range of colors -- fantastic to mundane, brilliant to dull. As I was penetrating the ozone, I came perchance to notice the orange peel- like quality of the light playing upon the same the ocean. I gotta go right now; someone is videotaping me in my spaceship.) All around water tank Just a-waiting' for a train A thousand miles away from home Just a-waiting' in the rain I walked up to a brakeman Just to give him a line of talk He said, if you got money, I'll see that you don't walk I haven't got a nickel, Not a penny for to show Get off, get off, you railroad bum And he slammed the boxcar door They let me off in Texas A state I dearly love The moon 'n' stars above me... And what else?
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