End Of The Line    (1950)

Haw!
Yes, yes...
Well, you'd better start stepping off
We're just about to the end of the line

True love it has been until now dear (yes, Johnny?)
They tell me that true love is blind
But right now to me it's as plain as can be (uh-huh!)
You've come to the end of the line

You thought I'd be left broken-hearted
You thought you would leave me way behind
Well, I've paid my fare, you've got more than your share
Get off, it's the end of the line

You rode for half fare until now, dear
But you boarded the wrong bus this time
So a transfer for you doesn't make me feel blue
You've come to the end of the line

You thought I'd be left broken-hearted
You thought you would bust this heart of mine
Well, I've done had enough, you can pack up your stuff
Get out, it's the end of the line

Lyrics by Jack Gimble and James Robert Wills.
Recorded by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; Asleep at the Wheel; Buddy Emmons.


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