Last Train to Ontario

from Live on The Tomorrowman Podcast by Nigel Walsh

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Snowflakes fall on your old, grey wool coat
And I fall right down with 'em
Ain't it all ... so cold, up in smoke?
In your painted walls - could you ever forgive 'em?

You can catch me on the last tra-ain to Ontario
You can catch me on the last tra-ain to Ontario

Baby, how come you always gotta go down swingin'
Blindly striking everyone you begin with?
Like a rose, to my heart, that's singin'
The world's so much better with you in it

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I can't forget you
Who ever thought they could?
Now I'm tryin' to convince you
The lonesome path just ain't no good OH!


Ah, you got it - if you want it, if you need
If you wanna stop pretending everyone's out to get you
You better come right back, and get off your knees
You got a man right here ready to forgive you

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from Live on The Tomorrowman Podcast, released February 7, 2019

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Nigel Walsh Los Angeles, California

Nigel Walsh is a singer-songwriter from California. After playing piano nearly all his life, he spent his last $100 on a guitar in 2009. Thanks to his showmanship and talent for writing infectious, compelling songs, his performances have prompted comparisons to Bob Dylan, Ray Lamontagne and The Band. Nigel is currently touring to promote his upcoming album "Forces of Nature." ... more

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