"In the End" as written by and Alexander Greenwald....
Bought that ticket
Took that train
And I'm running from my problems again
They keep crawling right on under my skin
In the end

Can't look back
Can't look ahead
Got to close my eyes and holler instead
Or I'll let you back inside of my head
In the end

I can feel it coming, deep inside my bones
In the end
All your friends are gone, and now you're on your own
In the end
It's just you and no one else, you're all alone
In the end

Hold my breath, count back from 10
And when I'm done I'll do it over again
And I'm stuck behind a permanent brick
In the end

Lying awake, I'm sick in bed
I can't get over all the things you said
They keep swimming in and out of my head
In the end

I can feel it coming, deep inside my bones
In the end
All your friends are gone, and now you're on your own
In the end
It's just you and no one else, you're all alone
In the end

I have heard that if you keep it to yourself
In the end

In the end
I can feel it coming, deep inside my bones
In the end
All your friends are gone, and now you're on your own
In the end
It's just you and no one else, you're all alone
In the end
In the end


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    General CommentI hear...stuck behind a permanent ? something...not sure, but there's definitely another word there.
    timetraveler85on October 16, 2006   Link

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