Boy And Bear

End Of The Line

Boy And Bear

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End Of The Line


Intro: G C G 

The end of the line 
A calamity at first sight 
Now the man in me don't walk right 
                         D   D7 
Just like a pebble in my shoe 

G               C G 
But you were a wanderer; 
And a competent one at that 
So it caught me by surprise this venerability 
That I never thought I had 

But you tried so hard to say oh 
C               G 
everything you wanted to 
                Am   G   D 
But with an aching tongue- 
   Am                       G   D 
Oh you spat out at the world now not of words 
          D7        C          G 
but at the pearl that had belonged to her 

        C                       G 
So I went back to the country 
       C                        G 
where the air was mild and sweet 
I was in need of some reprieve and intermission 
Oh to gather up my things and to get back upon my feet 
              C                 G 
But I cant say I've got the answers 
         C              G 
For it's always shades of grey  
But there's a warmth in the air in mid-September  
And its enough across my face just to  
                C              G     C   G 
Remind me that I'm well upon my way 

And I feel the ease 
Man I feel it tingle in my toes 
How funny are the way that these memories do grow 
Into some old french film in black and white 
G             C-G 
And I know the ropes 
Because you see I've said goodbye to some lovers 
Fleshed out and tied to each other 
By that invisible string it tangles me 

And when that morning came up fast well it 
C                G 
Broke the fever square upon its back 
Am   G    D 
and finally I felt just like I should 
  Am         G 
oh the blood under my fingers warmed 
D                           C        G 
the clearing of two month storm now done... 

            C           G 
So I went back to the country 
       C                        G 
where the air's now bitter sweet 
as subtle is the change of my indifference  
Oh but strange is how this solitude  
can beat a man complete 
            C           G 
and I can't wait 'till the morning; 
     C                         G 
be it sunshine, hail or snow  
see I do not believe in superstition  
But somewhere amongst this mess 
       C                                G     C   G 
I may have found some happiness to call my own 

       Am              D7 
Oh and time is a healer 
C                   G 
time is a friend of mine 
Am               D7 
in time if you feel it 
C                   G 
would you be a friend of mine 
oh I hope you're a friend of mine 

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