"The Last Song" as written by Robyn Fenty, James Fauntleroy, Brian Kennedy and Ben / Harrison....
Here we are
Midair off of the cliff
Staring down at the end again
But then again, maybe we're finally, on
The road that's headed away
From all your complaining
Of hearing the same song
But baby we'll hear it when I'm gone

It's time to turn on
The last song (oh)
The last song (oh)

What if you wasted love and our love in time disappeared
And the sad song ends up being the last song you'll ever hear
It was ours
But I'd do it again
Holding hands with my friend again
But then again
Maybe we gave our all
A song we'll never forget
Maybe let them play it
Maybe it'll save the world
They gon' miss hearing it when it's gone

But it's time to turn on
The last song (oh)
The last song (oh)

What if we left every moment that we could spare
And the perfect song ends up being the last song you'll ever hear
You'll never know when the song's gonna play
The last song you'll hear is the one you made
Your song was beautiful
That's why I started singing it
But this song is our song, it's playing until the end
Even if it's the last song

The last song (oh)
The last song (oh)

What if you wasted love and our love in time disappeared
And the perfect song ends up being the last song you'll ever hear

Ooh
Ooh


Lyrics submitted by paola1414

"The Last Song" as written by Robyn Rihanna Fenty Benjamin James Francis Harrison

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentThis is using song as a metaphor for a relationship. I think the message being sent across is to make sure you're with the right person, because if you find out later in life you're not right for each other it might be too late to find someone who is.

    She broke up with someone and feels it was for the best, she wants the perfect song to be the last song she hears.
    AntUKon December 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIsn't it "but baby won't be hearin' it when I'm gone" Not "We'll be hearin it when I'm gone" cuz it's her song and when he's left her, he won't hear it anymore to complain about?
    Razzaon July 28, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis song reminds me of sitting in Isle of Man airport on the day i moved away from Isle of Man to Leeds, it was literally the last song i listened too before turning off my ipod and getting on the plane to a new life in Leeds...it was a gloomy day and i can remember every detail everytime i listen to the song.
    kylockon July 06, 2011   Link

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