Train wreck lyrics are a song about the chaos and terror of a trainwreck.
It was originally written in English in 1985, when an 18-year-old student was killed on the train that left the train station in Toronto.
This is the first time it has been translated into Japanese.
The song, which translates as “It’s a train accident,” is a tribute to the death of a young man named David Kapp, who was a trainee at the Ryerson University in Toronto when the tragedy occurred.
David was on a train from Toronto to Montreal when he lost control and rolled over a curb.
The train was travelling on the Yonge-University-Spadina line, and was headed to Oshawa.
He was taken to hospital, but died from his injuries.
The song was written by two people: John and Karen Kapp.
After hearing about the tragedy on CBC Radio’s The Early Edition, John was approached by Karen and John, who told him the lyrics to the song.
“The lyrics that we were told by the doctor and the nurses at Ryerson, the train accident, it’s a tragic thing that happened,” said John.
“It was a terrible accident.
David had a really good job.
He worked with a bunch of people in the hospital, and they were all good people.
He had a good job and a really nice house, and he was very happy.
The duo went to the library to read about the accident, and came up with a simple but catchy line about the train wreck: “Train wreck.” “
And I thought, ‘Well, this is what happens to people who do something terrible,’ so I thought about what I would have to do to get that right.”
The duo went to the library to read about the accident, and came up with a simple but catchy line about the train wreck: “Train wreck.”
It was so catchy, John said, that he thought the song would have been a hit by now.
When the song was recorded, it was performed by the Toronto Public School Students’ Choir.
Since then, it has become a popular song, with more than two million views on YouTube.
In the lyrics, the couple are discussing the possibility of going to a “train wreck.”
“The first time you’re at the station, and the train comes out of nowhere and it hits you and then you go flying out, it feels so surreal,” Karen told The Early Morning Show.
John said it’s important to note that the train crash was not a train that was on the line.
While they may not be able to see the train, he said, they still have the ability to feel it.
“There’s something in your chest that is burning,” he said.
Watch more about train wreck from the CBC: A video posted by CBC Radio One (@cbcpnl) on Oct 5, 2018 at 10:04am PDT