Who Sang Train? Mavis Staples

Mavis Staples Time Waits For No One cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1989
Genre: Electronic Hip Hop
Style: RnB/Swing/House/Downtempo/Disco
length: 4:27
He likes to have the morning paper's
Crossword solved
Words go up words come down
Forwards backwards twisted round
He grabs a pile of letters from a small suitcase
Disappears into an office
It's another working day

And his thoughts are full of strangers
Corridors of naked lights
And his mind once full of reason
Now there's more than meets the eye
Oh, a stranger's face he carries with him
He likes a bit of reading on the subway home

A distant radio whistling tunes that nobody knows
At home a house awaits him, He unlocks the door
Thinking once there was a sea here
But there never was a door
And his thoughts are full of strangers
And his eyes to numb to see
And nothing that he knows of

And nowhere where he's been
Was ever quite like this
And his thoughts
And at heart
He's full of strangers
Dodging on his train of thought
Train of thought

CD 1
  • 1 Interesting
  • 2 20th Century Express
  • 3 Come Home
  • 4 Jaguar
  • 5 Train
  • 6 The Old Songs
  • 7 I Guess I'm Crasy
  • 8 Time Waits For No One

  • Release information
    label: Paisley Park
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 075992579827