"End of the Line" as written by and Richard John/patrick Parfitt....
Call me if you need me, woman
Don't feel you're all alone
You've been away for much too long
It's time that you came home

Out on the town, you've been fooling around
I've been talking to myself
I fantasise about the look in your eyes
It's magic in itself

But my heart's stopped healing
And I can't help feeling it's the end of the line
Staying away, don't let them say
That it's the end of the line

Please don't hurt me
Don't desert me, it's the end of the line
Think it over, come on over
It's the end of the line

When you say that you want me woman
Is it just a lie?
Saying things that you don't believe
Can only mean goodbye

Dreaming of all the times we had
It seems all over now
Can't you see that I want you back
But I just can't see how

But my heart's stopped healing
And I can't help feeling it's the end of the line
Staying away, don't let them say
That it's the end of the line

Please don't hurt me
Don't desert me, it's the end of the line
Think it over, come on over
It's the end of the line

But my heart's stopped healing
And I can't help feeling it's the end of the line
Staying away, but don't let them say
That it's the end of the line

Please don't hurt me
Don't desert me, it's the end of the line
Think it over, come on over
It's the end of the line


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"End of the Line" as written by Rick Parfitt

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