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AT THE END OF THE SONG (John Bettis / Richard Carpenter) The Carpenters - 1983 They tell me Somewhere this life isn't crazy But I've traveled the world far and wide And I say they're wrong And don't sell me Stories that music's a lady It's not when the singer's alone At the end of a song At the end of the song, there's no one After the last note is played Only the memory stays Then even that fades away And there is nothing so hard As convincing your heart That you should start singing again You told me Nothing could change perfect lovers But like every promise you made It broke before long It's lonely Falling away from each other But we've come to the last of our words And the end of our song At the end of the song, there's no one After the last note is played Only the memory stays Then even that fades away And there is nothing so hard As convincing your heart That you should start singing again That you should start singing again (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - February 2016)

    


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