"The End Of School" as written by Kate Miller-heidke and Keir Nuttall....
I remember the end of school
Felt like the start of something bigger
Bigger than the sky at night in your big backyard
When your parents were gone and we were drinking a cask

Getting bent in Lake Ann and park
Making out when the streets got darker
After midnight we'd follow the road
Walk all night just to see where it goes

Yeah, you could say that we were stupid then
That we didn't know anything
But we knew all we had to know
Yeah, cause we knew that we were friends
And that that was everything
And there were no tomorrows
Just the end of school

In the lounge room scrounging for cash
Hanging round for a party to crash
Sitting in a group kicking dirt in the gutter
Getting kicked out of bars and wishing we were older

Yeah, you could say that we were stupid then
That we didn't know anything
But we knew all we had to know
Yeah, cause we knew that we were friends
And that that was everything
And there were no tomorrows
Just the end of school

I remember the end of school
Choking on a cigarette
Cramming into your car on the weekend
Jumping off the rocks right into the deep end

Yeah, cause we knew that we were friends
And that that was everything
And there were no tomorrows
Just the end of school

Sitting in a group kicking dirt in the gutter
Riding in your car wishing we were older
Hanging in the park when the streets got darker
Feeling like the start of something bigger
Felt like the start of something bigger


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"The End of School" as written by Keir Nuttall Kate Miller-heidke

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    General CommentThis is one of my favourite songs off of Curiouser, it seems a lot more down to earth than the other songs on this album. It's much more simple.
    minimegooseyon November 02, 2008   Link

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