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​End Of The Line

This song is by David Byron and appears on the album Rough Diamond (1977).

A few of the good things in life
Can make you feel fine
But a little too much
And you're waiting at the end of the line

A real bad woman
Can be as bitter as a bad red wine
Send you beggin', cryin', dying
To the end of the line

But I've served my time and now it's past
I've learned my lesson and I learned it fast
There ain't no no no no way
I'm going back to that line

Talk is cheap and words can be unkind
But a twisted tongue's your only friend
At the end of the line

But if you see the red light
And turn away in time, yeah
You can smile 'cause you beat the denial
And that's the end of the line, ooh yeah

But I've served my time and now it's past
I've learned my lesson, Lord, I learned it fast
There ain't no no no no way
I'm going back to that line

You see I've served my time and now it's past
I've learned my lesson, God, I learned it fast
There ain't no no no no way
I'm going back to that line

Written by:

David Byron/Clem Clempson/Geoff Britton/Damon Butcher