Frank Dixon

Frank Dixon

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Pop - General | Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Total Song Plays: 926   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: John Mayer, Ed Sheeran

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Song Description

Produced in Melbourne by singer/ songwriter Frank Dixon, "Coffee and Trains" appears of Frank's debut EP "Hello World". This simple, melodic track with have the listened filled with emotion at the beautiful lyrics and emotion centred vocals. Something a little different but music at its finest.

Story Behind the Song

"Coffee and Trains" is an acoustic love song from the EP "Coffee and Trains". It is beautiful and emotive and tells the story of young love and the heartbreak when it doesn't work out.

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And so the story starts
With a boy who catches the train
Two stations down comes a girl
He made friends with the other day
And the two realize
They live on the same train line
At the end of the service
Oh the boy he asks her "Can I buy you a coffee?"

This coffee becomes a ritual
The two share every day
And soon they talk for hours
They even wait for the next train
And they start to finish sentences
And they catch each other's eyes
An open book to one another
Oh they're partners in crime

A boy and girl alike
The world beneath their feet
A part of one and other
They share each other's dream
And no matter happens
There is always space for coffee

But now the story darkens
The partners have split up
No longer is their laughter but tears
And he holds on too
While she wishes it wasn't true

One morning on the train
He sees her from a distance
He rushes out the door
And yells at her from behind
"Can we just sort this out? - you're the only thing on my mind
Can I just take you out?
Even if it's one last time?
Can I buy you a coffee again....?"

Song Length
Pop - Easy Listening, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Poignant, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Regret

Similar Artists
John Mayer, Coldplay
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Frank Dixon
Music Credits Frank Dixon
Producer Credits Frank Dixon