End Come Too Soon

  • Break some bread
    The nights been blessed
    With an never ending nest
    But nonetheless
    End come too soon

    Sweet concubine
    The nights divine
    In an never-ending line
    Of lovers
    End come to soon

    But all the cost
    Both of us
    Without any maybes
    But it must carry us
    To the end too soon

    Ink begins to blot
    My eyes are bloodshot
    Dancing things they wish they had not
    But we both stop
    The end come to soon

    Whose butter-fingers rip me like bread?
    Whose dirty mouth have would have me merry head?
    Whose wholesome heart bobbed down on me?
    We wash your streamers into such herrings

    You skin looked waxen
    In the fading light
    Moved down me, dancing
    Like a sailing kite

    Yeah-o, Yeah-o,
    Yeah-o, Yeah-o

    End come soon end come too soon
    End come too soon end come too soon

    End come too soon
    It comes too soon
    It comes too soon
    It comes too soon
    Too soon
    Too soon
    Too soon

    It's too soon

    The end it comes too soon,
    Too soon, too soon, too soon
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