Hear No Bell, See No Train

from When I Was In My Room by Charles Jenkins

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In the love letters that you find
In the thoughts that never crossed your mind
In the pent-up low-pressured air
In the grey receding hair

In the hurt that hurt people deliver
In the deserted house down by the river
In the lines around the eyes
In the tunnel of lies

Hear no bell
See no train
Innocence lost is never regained

In the moments you used to treasure
In the sky that once went on forever
In the darkness without a sound
I up and left town

Hear no bell
See no train
Innocence lost is never regained


from When I Was In My Room, released April 20, 2020


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Charles Jenkins Melbourne, Australia

Charles Jenkins is a Melbourne songwriter/musician, producer and performer with more than 30 years experience in the Australian Music Industry.
He has released 14 albums, toured Europe and the USA several times and been nominated for two ARIA awards with the Icecream Hands. In 2014, his sixth solo album Too Much Water In The Boat won the AGE/Music Victoria award for best folk/roots album.
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