"Losing End" as written by Arne C. Skagen, Frithjof Jacobsen, Rolf Yngve Uggen, Danny Young and Stig Atle Amundsen....
Huddled on across the street
Getting cold when we suddenly meet
Must have been a couple of years
And I feel nothing but a cold cold fear

'Cause now I'm looking at a face that belonged to my brother
Looking at a shadow from my long gone past
I had written him right off told my self not to bother
But I can't, 'cause I remember that day

That day

And now my blood runs cold in my frozen vein
I see a man that I swore I never talk to again
No way
'Cause there is nothing to say

Fightin' off a tremblin' shame
When I hear him calling out my name
And I just turn around and leave him behind
But his voice is still alive in my mind

'Cause now I'm looking at a face that belonged to my brother
Looking at a shadow from my long gone past
Written him right off told my self not to bother
But I can't, 'cause I remember that day

That day

And now my blood runs cold in my frozen vein
I see a man that I swore I'd never talk to again
No way
'Cause there is nothing to say

It's a no good meeting at a no good street
You know I just can't take it now I'm on my feet
He's dead
There's nothing left to be said


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"Losing End" as written by Danny Young Arne C. Skagen

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