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I Often Dream Of Trains

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  1. "I Often Dream of Trains" was a HUGE disappointment to me. It includes THREE totally stupid novelty songs ("Uncorrected Personality Traits, "Ye Sleeping Knights of Jesus", and "Mellow Together"). In two of these songs Robyn even sings in dopey accents (a southern accent in "Sleeping Knights" and a sleepy, drugged out voice in "Mellow Together")/5(35).
  2. I often dream of trains when I'm awake. They ride along beside a frozen lake. And there in the buffet car. I wait for eternity. Or Basingstoke. Or Reading. I often dream of trains till it gets light. The summer turns to winter overnight. The leaves fall so suddenly.
  3. I Often Dream of Trains Lyrics: I often dream of trains when I'm alone / I ride on them into another zone / I dream of them constantly / Heading for paradise / Or Basingstoke / Or Reading / I.
  4. May 17,  · Robyn Hitchcock's I Often Dream of Trains is one such record. The title track drew me in on a nocturnal whim: I've dreamt of trains before, I thought, so let's see what this Hitchcock feller can add to the experience. The Syd Barrett vocal homage tires quickly/5(54).
  5. Feb 13,  · I Often Dream Of Trains tab by Robyn Hitchcock. 5, views, added to favorites 75 times. Author skomcawacgoligisfocuwarnutemhock.coinfo [a] Last edit on Feb 13, Download Pdf. Beautiful song from a classic Hitchcock album, picked on a Telecaster. This is by no means anywhere near perfect, more a simplified skeleton of the chords.
  6. Jan 01,  · At the time of its release at the tail end of , I Often Dream of Trains was considered a necessary ‘back-to-basics’ move after the complicated and personally unsatisfactory sessions for ’s Groovy Decay and its modified alternative Groovy skomcawacgoligisfocuwarnutemhock.coinfoed on: January 01,
  7. Jan 12,  · referencing I Often Dream Of Trains, LP, Album, CHIME S A ghostly Autumnal LP, sometimes amusing, sometimes psychedelic ('Trams Of Old London') whimsical and plain odd. Folky and quite lonely sounding. This is one LP to play when the evenings are drawing in and the leaves on the trees start to turn to golden brown /5().

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