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End Of The Line lyrics

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Richard Julian – End Of The Line lyrics

“Sir, step aside, these people were here first
As you can see, the line forms over there
We're all in a hurry sir, your claim is no worse
Line's over there”

“Look at all these people you see here
Certain of us want to be here
End of the line
End of the line”

“The sign was posted when you purchased your merchandise
Sir, did you read the sign? Sir, read the sign
Store credit only and I see you bought this at the sale price
Read the sign”

“I don't make the policies, sir
Please take my apologies, sir
End of the line
End of the line”
End of the line

“Miss Jones, there's a man out here
He wants to speak to a manager
He's using foul language
And he's frightening the staff”

“I already all explained that
Could you come to the register?
He's frightening the staff”

“Sir, there's no need to raise your voice
Sir, I'm afraid you leave me no choice
End of the line
End of the line”

“Sir, please
Sir, please
“Sir, put down the gun”

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