"The Last Song I'll Ever Sing" as written by and Morris Roycroft Gavin Friday....
I'm inviting you to my vaudeville
"Oui encore" you say, "And on with the show"
Ladies, gentlemen, before I sing to you
The light that shines twice as bright
Burns half as long

Come let me entertain you all
Leave your troubles big and small
Life's a ball, life's a ball
Hitch a ride on my crooked merry-go-round
Hear the clinking-clanking sound
Of the song that I bring

Take my song, take my hand, never let me down,
Like love let me down, like love pushed me around

So long, goodbye, I lost, did try
This is the last song I'll ever sing
The last song I'll sing

I played in the cabaret of love
I wore heart, fist and glove.
Push and shove, push and shove...
And all for love

Take my song, take my hand, never let me down,
Like love let me down, like love pushed me around

So long, goodbye, I lost, did try
This is the last song I'll ever sing
The last song I'll sing
This is the last song I'll ever sing
The last song I'll sing

Here, with words that can't be said
We take songs to our bed
Sing-a-long, sing-a-long... to my last song


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"The Last Song I'll Ever Sing" as written by Morris Roycroft Gavin Friday

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