I Hope You're the End of My Story

  • I hope you're the end of my story
    I hope you're as far as it goes
    I hope you're the last word I ever utter
    It's never your time to go

    Sometimes this road that we travel
    Feels like it's leading us on
    And spinning our wheels just stirs up the gravel
    Before you know it, it's gone.

    I hope you're the end of my story
    I hope you're as far as it goes
    I hope you're the last word I ever utter
    It's never your time to go

    I'll keep on turning the pages
    Oh what a story to tell
    You'll still be my sweetheart when everything ages,
    You'll be the last book on the shelf

    I hope you're the end of my story
    I hope you're as far as it goes
    I hope you're the last word I ever utter
    It's never your time to go

    I hope you're the last word I ever utter
    It's never your time to go Writer/s: ANGALEENA PRESLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., ME GUSTA MUSIC
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