End of the Day Song Lyrics

Lucy Kaplansky

Lucy Kaplansky Ten Year Night cover art
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I used to hear him sing in a Bleecker Street bar
On that tiny stage with a borrowed guitar
His voice cut through like a speeding car
Tearing through the deals of the brokers at the bar

Then he sold everything for a Wall Street wage
A rich man's money is a rich man's cage
Pockets full of gold and a dead man's face
There was life in those eyes, now there's not a trace

[Chorus]
How much did it cost you
How much did you pay
And are you sorry at the end of the day
Are you sorry at the end of the day

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Ten Year Night
  • 2 End of the Day
  • 3 One Good Reason
  • 4 Five in the Morning
  • 5 Promise Me
  • 6 Turn the Lights Back On
  • 7 Just You Tonight
  • 8 For Once in Your Life
  • 9 Somewhere Out There
  • 10 A Child's Hands


  • credits


    publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    writers: Litvin Kaplansky
    album: Track 2 in album Ten Year Night
    release date: 1999
    popularity : 113 users have visited this page.
    genres: Folk, World, & Country
    length: 4:08
    writer: Richard Dean Litvin, Lucy Kaplansky

    Album Information

    label: Red House Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin