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Woke up this morning in a room I didn't know
Face in the mirror says it's time to go
I left the key on the pillow that was no longer mine
Starting over at the end of the line

I used to get her just roll right along
Can't put my finger on what went wrong
But you run out of beauty before you run out of time
Starting over at the end of the line

You get use to the chatter and the clatter of the railroad cars
So you live to survive wake up in the fire
And wonder where you are
I changed the game but I can't make the score
Hand down clothes that don't fit me no more
Recylced bottles but I'm not gonna whine
Starting over at the end of the line, yeah

Well I know it's a shame to come as close as we came just to shut the door
But nobody's got time I'm not going to lie to my heart anymore
Woke up this morning in a room I didn't know
The face in the mirror says it's time to go
I left the key on the pillow that was no longer mine
Starting over at the end of the line
Starting over at the end of the line
Starting over at the end, end of the line



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