Meet Virginia was the second single from the first self-titled debut album, Train, released in 1998. This song was not a well know song at first because no one knew of the band Train. Once they got to be more popular so did the song. This song can be interpreted in many different ways. You know, Virginia was a bunch of girls that I had met in San Francisco and they were real people, and Virginia was the name that came with that person - I don’t know why. One of the main girls, her name was Amber. My wife’s name is Amber too, but this other girl was dating my original bass player and we were playing softball against a few of the guys from the Counting Crows cause they were a Bay Area band originally too. So my bass player’s girlfriend comes from some like wedding shower, and she’s wearing a really long dress and high heels, and she goes out and plays shortstop and kicks ass.
Train is the 1998 self-titled debut album from the band Train. The first single released, "Free", was largely a hit on rock stations. The second, "Meet Virginia", peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100, and the third single from the album was "I Am". The album has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. All tracks written by Train.
She doesn't own a dress Her hair is always a mess If you catch her stealin' she won't confess She's beautiful. Smokes a pack a day You wait, that's me, but anyway She doesn't care a thing about that hey She thinks I'm beautiful. She never compromises Loves babies and surprises Wears high heels when she exercises Ain't it beautiful. And here she is again on the phone Just like me hates to be alone We just like to sit at home And rip on the president. Well she wants to live her life Then she thinks about her life Pulls her hair back as she screams "I don't really wanna live this life. She only drinks coffee at midnight When the moment is not right Her timing is quite unusual. You see her confidence is tragic But her intuition magic And the shape of her body unusual. Meet Virginia I can't wait to Meet Virginia.
Meet Virginia Well she wants to live her life Then she thinks about her life Pulls her hair back as she screams I don't really wanna live this life. She only drinks coffee at midnight, when the moment is not Right, her timing is quite unusual You see her confidence is tragic, but her intuition magic And the shape of her body unusual. Mandie from Spokane, WaMeet Virginia,? from Train?s first album, also inspires some unusual images about a woman who ?wears high heels when she exercises? and ?only drinks coffee at midnight. This song, Monahan said, came from some of the ?interesting? people he?d met. ? I was new to San Francisco and I actually watched a woman play baseball in high heels and a long dress.
American rock band Train has released 10 studio albums, two live albums, one compilation album, one video album, four extended plays, 33 singles, five promotional singles, and 28 music videos. The band independently released their eponymous debut studio album in 1996, two years after their formation. In February 1998, the band signed to Aware Records and Columbia Records and re-released the album under the two labels.
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Train – Meet Virginia Lyrics. from album: Train (1998). She doesn't own a dress Her hair is always a mess, You catch her stealin' she won't confess She's Beautiful. She never comprimises, Loves babies and surprises, Wears high heels when She exercises Ain't that beautuiful Meet Virginia. Well she wants to be the Queen Then she thinks about her scene Pulls her hair back as she screams "I don't really wanna be the Queen". Well she wants to live her life Then she thinks about her life Pulls her hair.
Meet Virginia" is a song written and recorded by American pop rock band Train. It was released in October 1999 as the second single from their eponymous first album, Train. 1999 Promo: Meet Virginia (Pop Version) 3:44. Meet Virginia (Album Version) 4:00. If You Leave (Live) 3:26.