In The End

Album: Fallen Empires (2011)
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  • It's the price I guess
    For the lies I've told
    That the truth it no longer thrills me

    And why can't we laugh?
    When it's all we have
    Have we put these childish things away?
    Have we lost the magic that we once had?

    In the end, in the end
    There's nothing more to life than love, is there?
    In the end, in the end
    It's time for us to lose our weary minds

    Will you dance with me?
    Like we used to dance
    And remember how to move together

    You are the torch
    And it all makes sense
    I've waited here for you forever
    I've waited here for you forever

    In the end, in the end
    There's nothing more to life than love, is there?
    In the end, in the end
    It's time for us to lose our weary minds

    We're lost 'til we learn how to ask
    We're lost 'til we learn how to ask
    We are lost 'til we learn how to ask
    So please, please just ask

    In the end, in the end
    There's nothing more to life than love, is there?
    In the end, in the end
    It's time for us to lose our weary minds
    There's nothing more to life than love, is there? Writer/s: GARRET JACKNIFE LEE, GARY LIGHTBODY, JONATHAN GRAHAM QUINN, NATHAN CONNOLLY, PAUL WILSON, TOM SIMPSON
    Publisher: O/B/O CAPASSO, Spirit Music Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Susan from Airdrie, AbThis video is certainly beautiful and fits the song so well! I just fell in love with it. The first time I heard the song was when I saw the video on YouTube.
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