Ages Away

from Like A Train by Bob Frey

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I could write it all down if I could figure it out
If I knew what I wanted to say
The only thing that is clear is I want to be near you
But, it feels like your ages away

I guess it kind of happened fast
From the first time that I saw you, I should have know, perhaps
I know you were not looking, but, you answered when I asked
And, now, I find that I am missing you, I don't want to put you past, no no no...

The differences 'tween you and me are not that difficult to see
I don't know, do you think that means that we could never be?
But, then what about the vision I cannot seem to escape at night?
Your little hands, your changing eyes that stared back into mine so many times...


I know I live inside of my romantic world
And, I don't think that that is something I can change
I know it makes it hard for you to figure out what you should do
Assuming that the question still remains
I don't think that i need that much, it's a matter of position
It's a matter of perception, and it hangs
Suspended in the present, sounding echoes in the future
I cannot hear them, but I know that they'll be ringing...



from Like A Train, released December 18, 2007
Bob Frey - Guitar, Vocals
Corey Hess - Bass
Paul Loughridge - Drums
Marc Conklin - Lead Guitar


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Bob Frey Minneapolis, Minnesota

Bob Frey is a longtime devotee to the art of writing and performing songs. His unique and memorable voice immediately engages his audience, the perfect vehicle for his wry, intelligent lyrics.
On each of these albums, Bob shows himself to be a versatile writer, his simple folk melodies forming a sound and solid base for his poetic observations and stories. He is the brother of author James Frey.
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