"In the End" as written by and Luke Temple Breneman....
There's a light in the window that reminds me of heaven
And the love lightened glow on your face
It's cold here in Iceland
And the drunks on the street tie chains onto misery's gates

They do.

When I look at the clouds sometimes I see angels the wind just a breeze off their wings
And I think of your feel and my mind starts a spinning with all those possible things.

Likes it does sometimes in the end dear. Your eyes have seen enough. the pinch of grief and its wounded thief won't steal your love. In the end dear though the road was long and tough. The light in you will shine above.

And all of us people we're pulling our wagons filled with our prizes and shames
Sometimes mine is heavy to pull up this hill but I'll sit and think just the same

Like I do sometimes in the end dear. Your eyes have seen enough the pinch of grief and the its wounded thief won't steal your love. In the end dear though the road was long and tough. The light in you will shine above.

It will.


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"In the End" as written by Luke Temple Breneman

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    General CommentI got these lyrics from just listening, so they might be wrong.

    It's a great love song nonetheless.
    marshmallowfoodon May 31, 2005   Link

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