LOCOMO MEXICO

What took hours and hours and hours washed away with the high tide.

I took flowers and flowers and flowers laid them by your grave side.

There are two of us when someone dies,

One that begs for silence and one that screams and cries.

There’s a train, lord I know goes all the way to Locomo, Mexico.

And I see that it’s time to jump that rail and go south of the line.

If you stop looking at me I am going to stop looking at you.

If you stop talking to me I’m going to stop talking to you.

But if you stop running, I’m gonna keep on running just as fast as I can.

Fast as I can.

Child. Child close your eyes, there’s no surprise.

Child. Child close your eyes there’s no surprise.

There’s a train, lord I know goes all the way to Locomo, Mexico.

And I see that it’s time to jump that rail and go south of the line.

Promises of destiny don’t tell a child they’ll never let go, never let go no.

When I leave in the morning, I won’t wake you and I’ll fly. I’ll fly.

When I leave in the morning, I won’t wake anyone. I’ll fly. I’ll fly. I’ll fly.

There’s a train, lord I know goes all the way to Locomo, Mexico.

And I see that it’s time to jump that rail and go south of the line.

This machine kills fascists.

Locomo, Mexico.