Love Is the End

Album: Perfect Symmetry (2008)
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  • Singing a song with your feet on the dashboard
    The cigarette streaming into the night
    These are the things that I want to remember
    I want to remember you by

    It won't come again
    'Cause love is the end
    Oh no, my friend
    Love is the end

    I took off my clothes and I ran to the ocean
    Looking for somewhere to start anew
    And when I was drowning in that lonely water
    All I could think of was you

    Whoa, my friend
    Love is the end
    So lets not pretend
    'Cause love is the end

    Take it back, don't let it die
    Or raise again the fallen night
    'Cause I still do, depend on you
    So don't say those words, you wrung me through

    Whoa, oh oh
    Love is the end
    So lets not pretend
    'Cause love is the end

    So I tread the only road
    The only road I know
    Nowhere to go, but home
    Nowhere to go
    Maybe our time is up
    But still you can't look back
    But all the principles of love
    Don't save us
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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