"The End" as written by Ian Alec Harvey Dench, Kerry Shaw and James Topham....
You hang up the telephone
Tonight for the second time
Then call again and say
It must be a faulty line
You're running out of reasons baby
And so am I
I don't want to say you can't keep away
But this is a long goodbye

You say it's the end
Then you do it again
So you say it's the end
Then you do it again

Some day I'll believe you and
I guess that'll be the time
I start to cry but I think that's
A long way down the line
You're running out of games to play and
I've played all of mine
But maybe when we've played them all
That's when we'll get on fine

You say it's the end
Then you do it again
So you say it's the end
Then you do it again

Then you do it again.

Say it's the end
Say it's the end
Say it's the end

Say it's the end
Say it's the end
Say it's the end

Say it's the end
Say it's the end
Say it's the end


Lyrics submitted by SavageMadrox

"The End" as written by Kerry Shaw Ian Alec Harvey Dench

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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