"Everything Ends" as written by Christopher Michael Fehn, Paul Dedrick Gray, Nathan Jonas Jordison, Corey Todd Taylor, Michael Shawn Crahan, Mickael Gordon Thomson, Sidney George Wilson, James Donald Root and Craig Alan Jones....
I had a conversation with a dying man
He said "Son, make sure you live while you still can"
Said I can lie to the rules of war and I can swim the seas
He said, "Boy, oh you know not what you have"

Now I lay on my bed waiting
Those words resound in my head
Now I remember he told me
"You"ll see when everything ends"

I had a conversation with a dying man
Till I pass it by, your love becomes an eye
The worst path to follow, swallowed by the sea
You said "so? enjoy it while you can"
Now I lay on my bed waiting
Those words resound in my head
Now I remember he told me
"You"ll see when everything ends"

Now I remember he told me
"You"ll see when everything ends"

(Everything ends)
(Everything ends)
(Everything ends)

I don"t think they"ll walk with us anymore

Now I lay on my bed waiting
Those words resound in my head
Now I remember he told me
"You"ll see where everything ends"

I had a conversation with a dying man
He said "Son, make sure you live while you still can"


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"Everything Ends" as written by Christopher Fehn Chris Fehn

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    My InterpretationApologies if I've got some of the lyrics wrong. Doubted myself over and over again over the last 2 line in the 2nd verse (The worst path to follow, swallowed by the sea. You said 'so? enjoy it while you can') but came to a conclusion of what could seem right.

    Same goes for 'I don't think they'll walk with us anymore'.

    Open to corrections/suggestions to what's right and will happily edit it if it seems viable!
    lcfcsunilon February 07, 2012   Link

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