Secondhand Serenade Lyrics
11. The Last Song Ever
I wish my life was this song 'cause songs they never die I could write for years and years And never have to cry I'd show you how I feel With out saying a word I could wrap up both our hearts I know it sounds absurd And I saw the tears on your face I shot you down and I slammed the door But couldn't make a sound So please stay sweet my dear Don't hate me now I can't tell how this last song ends The way that I feel tonight So down so down I pray I can swim Just so I won't drown And the waves that crash over me I'm gasping for air take my hand so I can breathe As I write this last song down And I saw the tears on your face I shot you down And I slammed the door but couldn't make a sound So please stay sweet my dear Don't hate me now I can't tell how this last song ends The broken glass... Your moistened skin Was everything, was everything And your broken voice... Was quivering You're everything, You're everything Scream at me Make it the best I ever heard Laugh out loud I know it sounds absurd Scream at me Make it the best I ever heard You're everything, You're everything Heart beats slowing pains are growing Does she love you that's worth knowing? Heart beats slowing pains are growing Does she love you that's worth knowing? (Yeah...)
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