"The End" as written by and Alejandro Escovedo Stephen Bruton....
I was hoping for an easy time, an ever burning light in your eyes
Table talking on an evening stroll, unquestion urgent obvious foes when I
Lay down, lay down my eyes close

God has given me a wandering mind, I cannot trace these lines
And when I read the paper and I see my name I doubt that I will ever change
Cause I'm leaving, leaving as I came

When they call my name
I'm coming up with my head high and my hands full of your hands
Won't you remember that I know you've been walking in your own hell now
I know you've been walking in your own hell now

I was hoping for a peaceful time cause happiness is all in my mind
The devil may deliver me an easy ride whose riches I'll denial oblige when I'm
leaving, leaving as I came
I won't complain
I'm coming up with my head high and my hands eyes of the end
Won't you remember me then

I know you've been walking in your own hell now

Here they come to knock it down, but oh no they can't have her
Oh no, you can't have her
Oh no, you can't have her


Lyrics submitted by RyanWilhite

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