This train divides at Salisbury
And heads on down to Templecombe
Sometimes when I feel cut adrift
I wonder if they’ve any room

If I sit here and quietly think
And hope the guard will pass me by
I might alight in Somerset
Beneath an open-ended sky

With 15-hundred roofs to boast
And me with needs for only one
I’d sell my phone and I’d take a room
And my life would amble quietly on

I’m not disposed to say a lot
I wouldn’t bother Templecombe
I’d likely sit and I’d watch the trains
And wonder if I’ll ride one soon

‘Cause Pinhoe’s only down the line
And I’m enamoured of her name
With 60-thousand roving souls
I could lose myself and start again

But this train divides at Salisbury
And I’ll alight some time before
I’ll wonder down the same old hill
Until I reach the same old door
I’ll wonder down the same old hill
Until I reach the same old door
This train divides at Salisbury
But I’ll alight some time before

A song by The Grizzly Folk. Released on September 16th, 2019.