Violet Train Tracks – Mallcops
Genre Rock

LYRIC
Violet Train Tracks

When you wake up I'll be on my way home
On violet train tracks protected by my headphones
And all these streets that we used to call our home
Take me back to sunsets over our bones

And it's so funny how
Laughing doesn't feel the same now
And it's a tragedy
That we're not who we used to be

When you wake up, I'll be in your front lawn
Six feet underneath the roses from your junior prom
Put all the maps that you drew in my mailbox
'cause I'm afraid I'll forget where we left off

I won't be okay
As familiar places fall away
It's a tragedy
That we're not who we used to be

Lie awake in your bed
This is not in your head

While you were digging my grave
I was paving the way for a brighter future for myself
While you were digging my grave
I was paving the way for a brighter future for myself

When you wake up I'll be on my way home

When you wake up I'll be on my way home
On violet train tracks protected by my headphones
And all these streets that we used to call our home
Take me back to sunsets over our bones

It's so funny how
Laughing doesn't feel the same now
And it's a tragedy
That we're not who we used to be

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