Death is not the end, my friend
Death is not the end, again
Death is not the end my friend
Death is not the end

Psychology has got me seeing shrinks
My biology's been compared to missing links
In revelry, passed out, giddy on the ground
Wearing pale degrees of blacks and grays and browns

Sails on the sea, sought regrets in your life
Valley and peak, run in darkness and in light
Your family tree high upon the hill
Has lost its leaves when the wind was still

A Melody of retreads and broken quills
Chivalry stacked from high to just might spill
When running low, get high and take a stand
Hit a plateau, run parallel to this land

Don't fail to see that love is blind and free
And cutting keys is unlocking from the leash
Paying fees and broke's nowhere to be
Life's a tease, that pushes foddered greed

Your memory, In pints and packs and pills
Has given me weights and measures unfulfilled
I'd give a day to wish away the week
From ships of clay to mountains of the meek





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