D.C. Hathaway

D.C. Hathaway

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Pop - General | South Coronado, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 436   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

9

Song Description

Post 9-11 song about changes in life

Lyrics

THE END
(Dwain C. Hathaway)
© 2001 D.C. Hathaway Music

Take a good look all around and listen to each sound.
Remember what it is you see and hear.
It's all about to change. Life will rearrange.
The end of life we knew is drawing near.

Think of 9-1-1. Hug your daughters and your sons.
Love like you've never loved before.
Life will never be the same. Wake up this ain't no game.
It's the end of life we knew. It is no more.
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CHORUS:

It's the end so let's keep a watchful eye. If we don't somebody's gonna die.
This is the way it's gonna be 'til it's the end of the line for you and me.
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You better make amends with your family and your friends
Do it now while you still got the chance.
Cuz they're gonna try again. We don't know where or when.
It's the end of life we knew so take a stance.
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CHORUS

SOLO
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BRIDGE:

I don't like it any more than you. Sometimes you do what you must do.
Freedom has a price my friend. Listen or it costs you in the end.
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When all is said and done there'll be no place for them to run.
I know it all seems hard to comprehend.
Remember just one thing the world has just one king
He's the one all answer to in the end.

CHORUS TWICE

Song Length
4:19
Genre
Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Troubled

Subject Matter
Change
Similar Artist
The Doors

Lyric Credits Dwain C. Hathaway
Music Credits D. C. Hathaway
Producer Credits D. C. Hathaway
Publisher Credits D.C. Hathaway Music
Performance Credits Tim Rhoads
Label Credits Third Rock Records