Newton-John, Olivia - In A Station Lyrics

Once I walked through the halls of a station
Someone called your name
In the street I heard children laughing
They all sound the same

One day could you ever know me
Know the reason why I live
Is there nothin you can show me
Life seems so little to give

Once I climbed up the face of a mountain
And ate the wild fruit there
Fell asleep until the moonlight woke me
And I could taste your hair

Isn't everybody dreaming
And the voice I hear is real
Out of all the idle scheming
Can't we have something to feel

Once upon a time leaves me empty
Tomorrow never came
I could sing the sound of your laughter
Still I don't know you name

Must be some way to repay you
Out of all the good you gave
If a rumor should delay you
Love seems so little to save

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Newton-John, Olivia In A Station Comments
  1. SuperStimulatedMinotaur

    Written by the late, talented Richard Manuel from Stratford, Ontario.

  2. somuchface

    great song. Cool version ONJ

  3. Sally Ann Price

    I have never heard that song before. That is a great song!

    Sergio Francis Zenisek

    It is! Check out The Band’s original, too.

    M Paramasivam