"Last Man on Earth" as written by Alice Cooper, Robert A. Ezrin, Matt Montgomery and David Spreng....
If the world were flooded full
Of hate and tears and mud
I’d save you little black cat
From any tree I could
And when the vampires
Start to smell your blood
I’ll carve you a crucifix
From my coffin wood
And I’ll be at your side and screaming

If I was the last man on earth
Could I stay with you tonight
If you don’t believe these words
Without you I’ll be alright
Could I be there for you
If what I say is true
Then that makes me the last man on earth

If the sky should turn to black
My eyes can be you light
But holding on to me right now
Probably don’t feel right
When they try and rain on you
Or cover you in fear
Take shelter under me
The only one left here

So let me be your shadow crawling
If I was the last man on earth
Could I stay with you tonight
If you don’t believe these words
Without you I’ll be alright
If what I say is true
then that makes me the last man on earth

And there’s lots of things waiting in the dark
But I’m the only creep that broke you heart

So let me be you shadow crawling
If I was the last man on earth
Could I stay with you tonight
If you don’t believe these words
Without you I’ll be alright
Could I be there for you
If what I say is true
Then that makes me the last man on earth



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