"The Last Man On Earth" as written by Alice Cooper, Robert A. Ezrin, Matt Montgomery and David Spreng....
I don't know why my whole world came crashin' down,
I just woke up in lonely town
I opened up my eyes and much to my surprise
Look at this heaven that I've found
Don't need to care about tomorrow
I got no pain, I got no sorrow

I'm the last man on earth
So tell me what it's worth
Am I a beggar or a king?
Got no trouble, got no time,
Eternity is mine
I got a whole lot of everything

I can take this town
And just burn it to the ground
Smash every window that I see
I can smoke, I can drink,
I can swear, an' I can stink
There ain't no one to bother me
No, no

Don't need to care about tomorrow
I got not pain, I got no sorrow

I'm the last man on earth,
So tell me what it's worth
Am I a beggar or a king?
Got no trouble, got no time
Eternity is mine
I got a whole lot of everything
It's all mine

There's not a single soul to talk to me,
But that's okay, I never liked them

I'm the last man on earth
And I know what it's worth
I'm not a beggar, I'm a king
Got no troubles, got no time,
And everything is fine
'Cause I'm the king of everything
It's all mine
Mine, mine, mine, mine, mine, mine


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"Last Man on Earth" as written by Robert Alan Ezrin Alice Cooper

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

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