"The End Of The World" as written by David Dundas, Rick Wentworth and Rob Dickinson....
Breathe the air again
It's a beautiful day
I wish this moment would stay
With the Earth
Some primal paradise

There you go again
Saying everything ends
Saying you can't depend on anything
Or anyone

If the end of the world was near
Where would you choose to be?
If there was five more minutes of air
Would you panic and hide?
Or Run for your life?
Or stand here and spend them with me?
If we had five more minutes
Would I, could I,
Make you happy?

And we would live again
In the simplest of ways
Living day after day
Like some primal animals
We would love again
Under glorious suns
With the freedom that comes with the truth

If the end of the world was near
Where would you choose to be?
If there was five more minutes of air
Would you panic and hide?
Or Run for your life?
Or stand here and spend them with me?
If we had five more minutes
Would I, could I,
Make you happy?

So it finally came to pass
I saw the end of the world
I saw the madness unfold like
Some primal barrier
And I look back upon
Armageddon
And the moment of truth
Between you and me

If we had five more minutes of air to breath



Lyrics submitted by xdvr

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