"Canal Song (End Of Sentence)" as written by and Iain Archer....
I saw it leave your face
Its the only thing that I need
Its the only thing that I need so take it

I caught you and your canvas eyes
With the only thing that I need
With the only thing that I need but take it

Something you put in the waste I'm craving
Its the only thing that I need
Its the only thing that I need but take it

If you'd prefer it erased then bleach the place
Its the only thing that I need
Its the only thing that I need

But my heart it never breaks
It just beats on despite the ache
And the day I touch you and make you see
Broken well be
You and me

The birds fly south tonight
They've given up
Its the only thing that I need
Its the only thing that I need but take it

The skies grow dark beneath their wings
What does it mean?
Its the only thing that I need
Its the only thing that I need

But my heart it never breaks
It just beats on despite the ache
And the day I touch you and make you see
Broken well be
You and me


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"Canal Song (End of Sentence)" as written by Iain Archer

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    General Commentvery pretty yet sad song..it's basically about breaking up

    "But my heart it never breaks
    It just beats on despite the ache"

    it gets me everytime!
    DmBl0vErx3on October 30, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti wish they had "boy boy boy" lyrics up here by iain.
    tanji000340on August 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThey do now! Its not often a song will strike a chord with me on the first listen, but this song has... does anybody know what the title means - Canal Song (End of Sentence)?
    ratmuffinon April 10, 2008   Link

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