"Waiting at the End of the Road" as written by and Irving Berlin....
Weary of roaming on, yearning to see the dawn
Counting the hours till I can lay down my load
Weary but I don't mind, knowing that soon I'll find
Peace and contentment at the end of the road

The way is long, the night is dark
But I don't mind 'cause a happy lark
Will be singing at the end of the road
I can't go wrong, I must go right

I'll find my way 'cause a guiding light
Will be shining at the end of the road
There may be thorns in my path
But I'll wear a smile

'Cause in a little while
My path will be roses
The rain may fall from up above
But I won't stop 'cause the ones I love

Will be waiting at the end of the road

I seem to roam through a field
That is snowy white
And through the silent night
A banjo is strumming

[???] come back, I roam no more
A mammy's heart and a cabin door
Will be open at the end of the road

You'll hear that old Devil say
"Come on down below"
But you just let him know
You're heading for Heaven

Come on and climb the Golden Stairs
And all your troubles and all your cares
Will be over at the end of the road


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