End of the Line

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“I’ll sue for custody,
but only if I have to,” I said.
And she laughed,
laughed and looked right through me.
She said, “I never loved you,
so what’s the use?”

And I may be living in this
burned-out home,
but at least it’s home.

And her, she’s poor again,
living like a whore again,
spending her last dollar on an faithless night.
And her, she’s poor again,
living like a whore again,
spending her last dollar on a ride
to the end of the line.

“Do you have a secret song
you’ve never sung to anyone?” I said.
And she laughed.
She said, “I’m all sung out, love,
but I can paint you a picture,”
and she walked away.

Now I may be staring at this
bleached-out frame,
but at least I’m sane.

And her, she’s poor again,
living like a whore again,
spending her last dollar on a faithless night.
And her, she’s poor again,
living like a whore again,
spending her last dollar on a ride
to the end of the line.

©2001 Schroedinger’s Catbox;
lyrics co-written by Brian Hegedus

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"End of the Line"

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