"How This All Ends" as written by and John Andrew Hull....
I arrived with no shoes
Without a name, without a use
I tried to talk it out of you
Just because I found it's best,
To keep it quiet and keep it still

You sat without your clothes
Without a name, without a home
And I love the weirdness of it all
So I stalled,
Saying everything, that's everywhere
Is lost

(Yeah, Everything, that's everywhere is)

Now, I can see
In the end, we unfortunately
Have to end either way
That we put it either way
The book says
And i know what it does
And you pass, to pretend
What you have
And the inkling, the clue
How we all got here
How this all ends

I hung another noose
Without a hand, without a tool
There's no way, that its up to you
So cry to me,
Everything, everywhere ends
It's true

Now, I can see
In the end, we unfortunately
Have to end either way
That we put it either way
The book says
And i know what it does
And you pass, to pretend
What you have
And the inkling, the clue
How we all got here
How this all


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"How This All Ends" as written by John Andrew Hull

Lyrics © CHRYSALIS MUSIC OBO GOOD THINGS, BAD PEOPLE MUSIC , CHRYSALIS SONGS (DIGITAL ONLY)

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    General CommentThis song seems to point out that our beliefs have no bearing on what actually happens in the end and no matter how you interpret whatever book you live by, once your life is over, your beliefs were only your beliefs and that is all.

    Is anyone else getting that from this song?
    wishiwerelacyon November 01, 2010   Link
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    General CommentYeah I agree with the above. "I arrived without shoes". Andy is kinda saying, that we arrive without a bearing on our feet...and then with the "noose" image.. we still have no bearing beneath us.

    No matter what you believe, it has to all end eventually. That's the ONLY truth.
    ohilyssaon January 05, 2011   Link

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