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Template:Use mdy dates. Kids "The End" is a song by the American rock group The Doors.Its lyrics were written by lead singer Jim Morrison.He originally wrote the song about breaking up with his girlfriend Mary Werbelow, but it evolved through months of performances at Los Angeles' Whisky a Go Go into a nearly 12-minute track on their self-titled debut album.
Yeah, right Did you hear about my baby? She come around She come round here, the head to the ground? Come round here just about midnight She makes me feel so good, make me feel all right She come round my street, now She come to my house and Knock upon my door Climbing up my stairs, one, two Come on baby Here she is in my room, oh boy Hey what's your name?
General CommentI like this song and I have been a Doors fan since I was in high school. It's pretty morbid when you think about it but the symbolism surely shows. I think it's a response to all the violence and death and turmoil that hit during the 60's. The Doors were at their height at the time and certain events along that way.
One of my favorite songs by The Doors even though they recorded the music after he died. Still such an amazing song.
Lyrics to "The End" by THE DOORS: This is the end / Beautiful friend / This is the end / My only friend, the end / Of our elaborate plans, the end / Of everything that stands, the end / No safety or surprise, the end / I'll never look into your eyes...again / Can you picture what will be / So limitless and...
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The Doors - The End Lyrics. This is the end, beautiful friend This is the end, my only friend, the end Of our elaborate plans, the end Of everything that stands, the en
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General CommentJim Morrison was a poetic genius and this song is most definitely a criticism of modern life. even from the first lines it demonstrates his dissatisfaction with the lazy belief that god will give you whatever you want as long as you pray. the next lines have a double meaning. they can represent his feelings that he's out of place in the selfish, lazy, society or it could ...