'til the End of the World Rolls 'round
Written by Newton S. Thomas Jr.




I tried to sail the sea of life, I rowed my boat alone,
Your love meant nothing to me dear, my heart was made of stone,
In a harbor filled with loneliness, my little boat was moored,
And on the day I first met you, I fell right overboard.


‘til the end of the world rolls 'round,
I'll keep on loving you,
As long as the sun goes up and comes down,
The big blue sky goes down to the ground,
As long as the world goes round and round,
I'll keep on loving you.


Whenever you're around me dear, my heart just won't be still,
And when it comes to kissing you, I'll never get my fill,
The said I'd never settle down, that I would always roam,
That I could never be the type, for a loving wife and home.


So now I know the way I felt, was only selfish pride.
I thought my heart was fireproof, but you burned your way inside,
So tell me what I've got to do, and tell me how it stands,
The cards are on the table dear, my life is in your hands.

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