This abrupt ending to the song is symbolic of the abrupt ending of Redford’s life and this lifestyle choice more broadly: it a sentence that is left unfinished.
“We like”… is also an example of line that is not end-stopped and thus a kind of enjambment, or breaking off of the syntactical unit before its completion by the end of a line.
“We like” what? It is a simile without a vehicle. Is there no comparison? Or is the “we” like nothing at all, something we cannot fully understand?
Gwendolyn Brooks comments on a similar lifestyle in a similar way in her We Real Cool, in which the “we,” outside the title, is constantly cut off from its verb.
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