"Last Waltz" as written by and Justin Wayne Ringle....
I've seen the end,
All I have loved had broke and won't mend,
Call in the doctor the day may have died,
There's a thimble of light for an acre of sky.

Darling we play the dunce,
There's changes ahead,
Coming at once,
I don't like to lie,
There's a divorcing sea,
Where will we go if there's nowhere to be?

Call in the Doctor and break the news,
We're sick in the head, our hearts' got the blues,
Where in the world, oh where is the sun?
There's a blackness that's bit, it's bitings not done.

Darling we play the dunce,
There's changes ahead,
Coming at once,
I don't like to lie,
There's a divorcing sea.
Where will we go if there's nowhere to be?

Old friends withering away,
Just like the cliffs found down by the bay,
I don't like to lie it's a terrible thing,
Time's got a way to take more than it brings.


Lyrics submitted by Cyberghost

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