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When you're sad and when you're lonely and you haven't got a friend. just remember that death is not the end. and all that you've held sacred, falls down and does not mend. just remember that de
S not the end. not the end . . . not the end. just remember that death is not the end. when you're standing on the crossroads that you cannot comprehend. just remember that death is not the end.
All your dreams have vanished and you don't know what's around the bend. just remember that death is not the end. not the end . . . not the end. just remember that death is not the end. when the
M clouds gather 'round you, and heavy rains descend. just remember that death is not the end.

And there's no one there to comfort you, with a helpin' hand to lend. just remember that death is not the end. not the end . . . not the end. just remember that death is not the end. oh, the tre
Life is growing, where the spirit never dies and the bright light of salvation shines in dark and empty skies. when the cities are on fire with the burning flesh of men. just remember that death
Ot the end. and you search in vain to find just on law abiding citizen. just remember that death is not the end. not the end . . . not the end. just remember that death is not the end.



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