Meanings of "Wit's end"
When someone is at their wit's end they are out of ideas, solutions, or possible plans, emotional stability. They are then puzzled, or perplexed, and/or upset.
"Wit's end" i sångtexter
Exhausted faces line up on Touyoko's overhead rail tracks.
Speaking for myself, I am beaten failure of weekday luckily or unluckily.
I see and image my dad's youth in my friend who I have not heard a word for a while.
I wonder if the black clouds that cover riverbed darken my future.
His life took a nasty turn.
Because of that in school he was
completely at his Latin's end.[fn](This is the most difficult thing to translate ever) The saying 'I am at my wit's end' is literally told 'I am at my end with my Latin' in German, and that's the entire joke of this song.[/fn]
Set the whole world stage on fire
All roads lead to Rome, I'm at the end of mine[fn]"Ich bin am Ende mit meinem Latein", lit.: "I've reached the end of my Latin.", fig.: "I'm at my wit's end." or "I don't have any wise words left." - This pun would've been lost in translation.[/fn]
I just know, in no way can it go on like this