"World's End" as written by Colin Robert Newham, Craig Lincoln Hooper, David Lawrence Mason and John William Bliss....
Mrs. Brown stood right there
Breathing in good Christian air
She stares with such despair
Her faith would not tear

So many years so many dreams
Have gone forever
To world's end

Mr. Hadwick looked forlorn
His wife was well and baby born
Yet at earth he yelled his scorn
For soon his family would be gone

Johnny Danger played it cute
He thought the whole thing was a hoot
Dressed up in his very best suit
He grabbed his friends to purge and loot


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