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The End Of Another Year

From Horizons

Music and lyrics 1995, 2010 Bob Zentz/Waterbound Music/BMI  

 

News Release -- 2008

News Release -- 2007

 

1.  Its one more journey around the sun    (D-D-G-D)

To the end of another year   (D-A7-D-D)
You think of all the distance run  (D-D-G-D)

At the end of another year  (D-A7-D-D)

So many times weve been around  (A7-A7-D-D)
Weve been up and weve been down  (G-G/F#-Em-A7) (alt: G=F#m-Em-A7)

And weve been lost and weve been found  (D-D-G-D)

At the end of another year  (D-A7-D-D)

 

(Chorus)

 

     At the end of another year, my friend  (A-A-D-D)
     At the end of another year  (G-D-A-A7)
     (sing seventh line of previous verse)  (D-D-G-D)
     At the end of another year  (D-A7-D-D)

2.  Now were singing Auld Lang Syne
Its the end of another year

And now I take your hand in mine

At the end of another year

We speak of all wed like to do

We think of all that weve been through

And Id just as soon be here with you

At the end of another year  (chorus)


3.  Friends and neighbors gather round
Its the end of another year
We pray for peace, we paint the town
At the end of another year 

And there is a feeling in my heart

A mighty flame grows from a spark

That warms the cold and fills the dark

At the end of another year  (chorus)

 

4.  Between tomorrow and yesterday

Its the end of another year

Springtime isnt far away
From the end of another year

Stroke of midnight, hear the sound

Friends and memories gather round

And when at last the ball comes down

Its the end of another year

 

(Last chorus)

 

     Its the end of another year, my friend
     Its the end of another year
     And when at last the ball comes down
     Its the end of another year

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