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'Southbound Train' & 'The Cure For Pain' - Jon Foreman (Live Acoustic) Fall EP

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Uploaded on Nov 15, 2007

Jon Foreman (lead singer of Switchfoot) played two songs from his new independent EP 'Fall' on my acoustic guitar. 'Fall' is the first of the four-part EP series Jon Foreman has released. Check those out!
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LYRICS:
Southbound Train

Oh, Oh,
I guess they'll say I've grown
I know more than I wanted to know
I've said more than I wanted to say

I'm headed home
Yeah, but I'm not so sure
That home is a place
You can still get to by train

So I'm looking out the window
And I'm drifting off to sleep
With my face pressed up against the pane
With the rhythm of my heart
And the ringing in my ears
It's the rhythm of my southbound train

Oh,
Well the wind starts to look like her hair
And the clouds in her bright blue eyes
As the sea and the shore fall and rise
Like her breast as she breathes by my side

And the moon is her lips as the sun
Is headed on down in the sea
Like her head as she lays down on me
Until we reach ocean side

Over and over I hear the same refrain
It's the rhythm of my heart
And my sleepy girl's breathing
It's the rhythm of my southbound train

Oh,
I guess they'll say I should've known
Or maybe I'm just feeling old
Like a lawyer with no one to blame

I'm headed home
Yeah, but I'm not so sure
That home is a place
That'll ever be the same

So we gather up our things
And we head out in the cold
And your eyes are where you carry the pain
With the rhythm of my heart
And the rhythm in my ears
When I hear the whistle weeping
It's crying to the sky
It's the rhythm of my southbound train


The Cure For Pain

I'm not sure why it always goes downhill
Why broken cisterns never could stay filled
I've spent ten years singing gravity away,
But the water keeps on falling from the sky

So here tonight while the stars are blacking out
With every hope and dream I've ever had in doubt
I've spent ten years trying to sing these doubts away
But the water keeps on falling from my eyes

And heaven knows, heaven knows
I tried to find a cure for the pain
Oh my Lord, to suffer like you do
It would be a lie to run away

So blood is fire
It's pulsing through our veins
We're either riders or fools behind the reins
I've spent ten years trying to sing it all away
But the water keeps on falling from my tries

And heaven knows, heaven knows
I tried to find a cure for the pain
Oh my Lord, to suffer like you do
It would be a lie to run away
A lie to run
It would be a lie to run away

It keeps on falling
It keeps on falling
It keeps on falling
It keeps on falling
Cause the water keeps on falling from my eyes

And heaven knows, heaven knows
I tried to find a cure for the pain
Oh my Lord, to suffer like you do
It would be a lie to run away
A lie to run
It would be a lie to run away

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