From the recording Downtown Train (single)
Their double-album, "Of Love and Loss", a Critics Pick for Best Albums of the Year by Ground Control Magazine, "The most significantly stirring and addictive musical accomplishment we've come across in some time. Taut, emotional, urgent and altogether haunting” and hailed by PopMatters as “l"Eclectic, steadfast and powerful, Bipolar Explorer release this breathtaking and evocative cover of the Tom Waits classic to mark the 36th birthday of their fallen bandmate, Michael’s true love and partner, Summer Serafin, who passed away after a tragic accident in 2011 at the age of 31.
Outside, another yellow moon Has punched a hole in the nightime mist I climb out the window and down to the street I'm shining like a new dime Downtown trains are full Of all those Brooklyn girls They try so hard to break out of their little world Well, you wave your hand And they scatter like crows Yeah, nothing that will ever capture your heart Just thorns without the rose Be careful of them in the dark If I was the one You chose to be your only one... Can't you hear me, now? Can't you hear me, now? Will I see ya tonight On a downtown train? Where every night it's just the same I know your window And I know it's late I know your stairs and your doorway Walk down your street and past your gate Stand by the light of the four-way Watch them as they fall Babe, they all have heart attacks They'll stay at the carnival But they can never bring you back Will I see ya tonight On a downtown train? Where every night it's just the same Will I see ya tonight On a downtown train? All of my dreams Just fall like rain. On a downtown train