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Learn English through song

In this lesson I perform “End of the Line” by The Travelling Wilburys – a comforting and reassuring song. Please see the lyrics below, and remember that “it’s all right” – we’ll get to the “end of the line”! Original song here.

 

“End of the Line” by The Travelling Wilburys

Well it’s all right, riding around in the breeze
Well it’s all right, if you live the life you please
Well it’s all right, doing the best you can
Well it’s all right, as long as you lend a hand

You can sit around and wait for the phone to ring

At the end of the line
Waiting for someone to tell you everything

At the end of the line
Sit around and wonder what tomorrow will bring
Maybe a diamond ring

Well it’s all right, even if they say you’re wrong
Well it’s all right, sometimes you gotta be strong
Well it’s all right, as long as you got somewhere to lay
Well it’s all right, everyday is just one day

Maybe somewhere down the road away

At the end of the line
You’ll think of me, and wonder where I am these days

At the end of the line
Maybe somewhere down the road when somebody plays
“Purple Haze”

Well it’s all right, even when push comes to shove
Well it’s all right, if you got someone to love
Well it’s all right, everything will work out fine
Well it’s all right, we’re going to the end of the line

Don’t have to be ashamed of the car I drive

At the end of the line
I’m just glad to be here, happy to be alive

At the end of the line
It don’t matter if you’re by my side
I’m satisfied

Well it’s all right, even if you’re old and grey
Well it’s all right, you still got something to say
Well it’s all right, remember to live and let live
Well it’s all right, the best you can do is forgive
Well it’s all right, riding around in the breeze
Well it’s all right, if you live the life you please
Well it’s all right, even if the sun don’t shine
Well it’s all right, we’re going to the end of the line

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