In this story
we sit down on Luna Bridge
and catch snow in our cupped hands
and music is coming from the houses
or it sings inside me
I begin to mind
Oh happy, oh happy, the end,
the end, the end.

In this painting
the whole world is navy blue
I run home from the mailbox
in all the dim of five o'clock
to see you.
Cars and trees go by me,
you are in the yard
and in my arms again
Oh happy, oh happy, the end,
the end , the end
Happy, oh happy
the end.

Lyrics submitted by starla33

Happy, The End song meanings
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  • +1
    General Commentwhat a sweet song! She is a great lyricist. Splendid, just splendid.
    erhithwenon April 26, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSuch a perfect song. It feels like childhood, Christmas, love.
    Poppieson June 07, 2005   Link
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    General Commentjust.. the most beautiful song i've heard, makes you mournful but optimistic all at once.
    misungon July 07, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationI don't think it is at all optimistic. I think the song is considering happy endings that "could have been" but were not.
    pixletwinon April 11, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis is so wonderful. The song sounds sad, but it isn't at all! I take it as so hopeful.

    "Cars and trees go by me,
    you are in the yard
    and in my arms again"

    She knows that love is waiting for her, and she's perfectly content with it; she's not worried if her lover won't be there waiting for her because their love is real.
    I love the repetitiveness of "Oh happy, oh happy, the end"
    Just perfect.
    psycholindson April 14, 2011   Link
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    General Commentvery nostalgic and beautiful. I'm so glad the words are available now. I've got a problem with lines 5 and 6. They don't seem to mean anything. I hear "Inside me I began to mend" I've no idea what "or it sings" means. Are these words the actual lyrics or what someone heard and then everyone copied? Do they make sense to you?
    odipon October 15, 2019   Link

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