"Last Kiss" as written by and Wayne Cochran....
You were my first mistake
And even if thats true
I would take that punch again
If it would bring me back

I thought id changed for you
It turns out just not enough
Distance and telephones
I'm no good at being alone

[Chorus]
The last sigh is the last word spoken
Everything else is bent and broken
I would still be there for you
The twilight of the love I cheated
Forget everything that I thought I needed
I still remember this

I shut my doors to you
And you still got through to me
Did you give up everything
Just to find there was nothing left

Well you seem to disappear
The closer that we got
Did I do the vanishing
Pr did you just swallow me up

[Chorus]

Last kiss

[Chorus]

Last kiss


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"Last Kiss" as written by Wayne Cochran

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    My InterpretationIt's too bad that no one really has commented on the songs off of Day/Night Driving. Jason Ross is a craftsman when it comes to writing insightful lyrics, something that I don't think was apparent on the mainstream 7M3 stuff like American Standard. It's too bad that the band fell out of favor with the public just when his writing started to take off.

    As for this song, I can related very well. I think it's about a relationship where the guy was just going through the motions and the girl made every effort possible to try and keep the relationship going. Finally, the relationship ended and the guy finally realizes that he made a big mistake and probably was hurting the girl in the process. He realizes that there is no going back now, but he admits that he can still be there for the girl if she ever needs him.
    inTHEbloodon July 08, 2009   Link

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