|"The End of Something"|
|Single by Rollins Band|
|from the album Come In and Burn|
|Rollins Band singles chronology|
1997 promo cover
"The End of Something" is a song by Rollins Band. It is the secondsingle released in support of their fifth album Come In and Burn .
All songs written by Sim Cain, Melvin Gibbs, Chris Haskett and Henry Rollins
|UK Singles (OCC)||77|
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