"Verona" as written by and Christopher Lane Conley....
After the end when he tells her he loves her
She promises not to let go
They hold on to hope

It all begins with the end
Everything started within
One or two seconds of a siren
Sounding over city limits singing
Wind over water whipping
A hurricane head long lifting
A tidal wave inland tipping
Was the final early warning

After the end when he tells her he loves her
She promises not to let go
They hold on to hope

Before the ending began
Bottom lines and broken budgets
Dead ends
All the early signs are in the writing
Catastrophic changes in the offing
Radical callers kept lines tied up at radio stations
Argument or conversation
Cut quick to commercial nation

...and after the end when he tells her he loves her
She promises not to let go
They hold on to hope

Welcome to the dawning of a new age
Headline in 1953, full page
President is speaking at the U.N.
Preaching of the promise of our progress
Atomic piece of mind from a radioactive life line
Millennia in the making; utopiannihilation

And after the end when he tells her he loves her
She promises not to let go
They hold on to hope


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Verona" as written by Christopher Lane Conley

Lyrics © RAZOR & TIE DIRECT LLC DBA

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