Peace in the End


Lyrics

(Copyright © 1970 Island Music (BMI))

Come on Mary, Mary or you, John,
To which religion do you belong?
You and your lover, you and your friend,
Peace in the end.

What about me, me and my kind,
If we're unknown, are we left behind?
We have our lovers, too, and our friend,
Hope in the end.

You may think our lives are forever.
I think you could be wrong.
But if we were together, together,

I know we could get on.

Go ask your neighbours to come and sing songs,
You know they've wanted to all along.
I've seen them smile for their friends,
All in the end.

You may think our lives are forever.
I think you could be wrong.
But if we were together, together
I know we could get on.

I've seen them stand at the top of the hill,
And none of them coming down,
But who will be the last one to kill?
And who will be the clown?

Come on Mary, Mary or you, John,
To which religion do you belong?
You are our lovers, you aare our friends,
Peace in the end.


Type:
Album
Artists:
Fotheringay
Released:
01 June 1970 (UK)
Recorded:
February - April 1970
  • Sound Techniques, London
Length:
4:02
Label:
Island Records Ltd.
Publisher:
Warlock Music Ltd.
Producer:
Musicians:
Engineer: