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She's
walking round in emptiness She's
missing out All
the goods she left in her prom dress She
can't take back all her regrets Her
only hope is what she did She'll
soon forget The

sky's a blur My
drug my, friend Sometimes
you can't avoid the lonesome bitter end She's
breathing in some nicotine And
when she's down She'll,
drown this town in kerosene This

must be the end of the line This
must be the end of the line This
must be the end of the line The

ganja boys They
like it there Maybe
the truth is just Enough
for you too bear You
can't avoid a compromise Maybe
this is a state of reflection Of
what's on your mind This

must be the end of the line This
must be the end of the line Even

all this time we're still making it fine Even
all this time we're still making it fine Even
all this time we're still making it fine This

must be the end of the line This
must be the end of the line This
must be the end of the line You

can't avoid a compromise This
must be the end of the line You
can't avoid what's on your mind This
must be the end of the line You
can't avoid a compromise This
must be the end of the line This
must be the end of the line She's

walking round in emptiness She's
looking for the goods She
left in her prom dress



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