It ends like it begins
With a whimpering scream for clemency
And trace the happenings
That made me an enemy
You didn't get that far
Nothing gets that far
So examine, and evaluate
Until all the feeling has gone
Devise formulas and blueprints
The mechanical dictates that I could never be in love again
I promised to myself that day I could never be in love again
I promised to myself that day I could never be in love again
I promised to myself that day I could never be in love again


You're a lapwing, a partridge, a sparrow
A skylark, a thursh or a dove
Beautiful to look at, beautiful to listen to
Taken flight as soon as you've arrived
I'd love to get that far
I always go too far
Everythings still how you saw it this morning
It could never change, it could never change
You may help yourself but no one else will aid your search for
Some kindness in a cold cold world
Is all that we could hope for here
Some kindness in a cold cold world
Is all that we could hope for here
Some kindness in a cold cold world
Is all that we could hope for here
Some kindness in a cold cold world

But the good can return
As fast as it disappeared
And the bad can return
As though it thought it was needed
It never goes that far
Nothing goes that far
To be correct in assumptions
To have you return
To recieve impossible divine favours and to know that
I could never be in love again
I promised to myself today I could never be in love again
I promised to myself today I could never be in love again
I promised to myself today I could never be in love again
I promised to myself today I could never be in love again
I promised to myself today I could never be in love again
I promised to myself today I could never be in love again
I promised to myself today I could never be in love again

It ends like it begins
With a whimpering scream for clemency


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