"Dead Ends" as written by and Chad Vangaalen....
We could always wait until it dies
To revive it
Just so we can say we survived it

That might only ruin the surprise
And deny it
All of the excitement

Broken hearts last for a million years and
Thats how long it takes for its will to break wood

Maybe we can last just a little longer
maybe this will last just a little long

Here we are again my two dead ends
But i will not sail on through the sea
On a sinking ship and is bound for the bottom

Here we are again my two best friends
But i will not sail on through the sea
On a sinking ship and is bound for the bottom

Broken hearts last for a million years and
Thats how long it takes for its will to break wood

Maybe we can last just a little longer
Maybe this will last just a little long

We could always wait until it dies
To revive it
Just so we can say we survived it


Lyrics submitted by vicco

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    General Commentthis song is majestic and beautiful and i love it and i love chad vangaalen and i love canada
    RaygunShaunon December 26, 2011   Link
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    General Commentlove it. To me the song is talking about someone who wants to start a relationship but the other knows that it will end. "I will not sail on through the sea on a sinking ship and is bound for the bottom"
    lookinginwardon February 20, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI kind of agree with lookinginward but I think it's about a couple who cares about each other but they fight a lot, and he knows it will end but still kind of wants to try again.
    HappyNegroon July 08, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningI think he is talking about the earth. "We could always wait until it dies, To revive it
    Just so we can say we survived it"

    seems like we are letting the world go to shit, and were only going to try and fix things once its almost too late.
    bennybeatleson December 22, 2010   Link

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