Train professes their ultimate love in 'Marry Me,' the third single off their 2009 fifth studio album, 'Save Me San Francisco.'
Opening with plucky, serene guitar plucking, the stripped-down acoustic ballad features light percussion (and later string accompaniment), as soon as frontman Pat Monahan's breathy vocals come in and he croons: "Forever can never be long enough for me / Feel like I've had long enough with you / Forget the world now we won't let them see."
'Marry Me' follows 'If It's Love' and their Top 5 Hot 100 hit, 'Hey, Soul Sister.' To hear Train's new single, tune in to AOL Radio's First Dance station, which plays nothing but songs perfect for the newly married couple's first dance.
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