"The End of the Line" as written by and Mary Ann/cawley Kennedy....
It hurts so bad inside
Dialing into the payphone that's outside of the show
Cause everywhere I go my head is just a wreck
And it's no secret I've been dealing with,
But all I know is that I want to go

To the end of the line but it's obviously time
To stop this empty train and let somebody in.

A hundred thousand nights
Always moving to finally feel alright
But so unsure if it will endure

To the end of the line but it's obviously time
To stop this empty train and let somebody in
Cause even here tonight where I'm so wound up inside, I know that it's time.


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"The End of the Line" as written by Mark Stephen Cawley Kye Fleming

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    General Commentsweet song, sweet new album
    ryan...isarealboyon December 06, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAgreed. This song (and album) are very good stuff. I love listening to music while I'm hot water music.
    Sepulchraveon January 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about finally letting someone into your life, finally letting yourself be loved by another person.
    blc43519on October 03, 2005   Link
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    General Comment...but when a train comes to the end of the line they throw everyone out, not let people in.

    Just thought I'd throw that in.
    skacore_dudeon October 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's about trying to slow down and get into a relationship. Let someone else into your life, like above said.

    " Cause even here tonight where I'm so wound up inside, I know that it's time." - He feels finally ready to open up and be loved.
    thephobiaon January 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWhat it says is;

    "But all I know is that I want to go

    To the end of the line but it's obviously time
    to stop this empty train and let somebody in"


    This makes me think it's about him wanting to go to the end of the line, all on his own, but it's obviously time to stop and let someone else come with him...
    Phonixfireon February 11, 2007   Link

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