end of the line

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end of the line

the bus don't stop here no more
everybody's dead or dying or gone
even gus at the general store
cashed in his five and dime and moved on

little sue ann says dad
why don't you move in with us
well why should i go changing things now

i was born in this town
and i'll die in this town
i won't let my people down
i grew up in this town
at the old mill playground
riding the merry-go-round

i play organ for father jim
next sunday makes 45 years
every week he looks a little more grim
until we have our sunday beers

he says livin alone
since ginny's passed on
well maybe it's time we moved out

i was born in this town
and i'll die in this town
i won't let my people down
we grew up in this town
at the old mill playground
riding the merry-go-round

the bus don't stop here no more
i guess that's the end of the line
they got no one to come out here for
so i'm staying put till it's my time

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from doppelganger, released October 8, 2007

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cynthia lin San Francisco, California

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Cynthia Lin is a singer, songwriter, vocal coach, and ukulele teacher based in San Francisco. Her new album Midnight Echoes, released July 22 2014, features the Blue Moon All Stars, her 8-piece Bay Area band. The band will tour southern California in September. Thanks to our Kickstarters for helping to fund the new album and the music video for Zombie Heart - check it out! ... more

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