"The End" as written by and Randall/hofheins Thornton....
The monster's on the balcony
And he wants to join your party
Do you let him in?
The monster's on the balcony
And swears that you're the enemy
You can't let him win

Doesn't it feel good to be yourself at the end?
Doesn't it feel good to be yourself at the end?

The monster - he's been chasing you
And that I think you know it's true
Or did you let him in?
The monster - he's been after you
And when he catches up with you
You can't let him win

Doesn't it feel good to be yourself at the end?
Doesn't it feel good to be yourself at the end?
Doesn't it feel good to be yourself at the end?
Doesn't it feel good at the end?

Doesn't it feel good?
Doesn't it feel good at the end?


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"The End" as written by Arden M Hofheins Randall Craig Thornton

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