"Last Days of Disco" as written by Thomas Eriksson, Johan Georg Kinde and Stefan Olsson....
Those were the last days of disco
Those were the last days of having fun
From New York City all the way to Frisco
We thought it'd only just begun

When did all of the hatred begin
They burned all of our records
While we were all making love
Tell me which is the greatest sin

All we wanted was to have a good
The night to last forever
Now tell was that a crime
Tell me which is the greatest sin

Those were the last days of disco
Those were the last days of having fun
From New York City all the way to Frisco
We thought it'd only just begun

All the heartaches we danced them away
We forgot all of our troubles
Nights of no work and all play
Then slowly it all fell apart

Too much fun can drive a person insane
All the things you took they
Finally blew out your brain
That's when all of the troubles began
We were dancing our lives away

Those were the last days of disco
Those were the last days of having fun
From New York City all the way to Frisco
We thought it'd only just begun

Those were the last days of disco
We thought it'd never go away
From New York City all the way to Frisco
Miami Beach straight to L.A.

No doubt about it, it's so hard to get along without it
No doubt about it, it's so hard to get along without it
Without it, without it, without it

Those were the last days of disco
Those were the last days of having fun
From New York City all the way to Frisco
We thought it'd only just begun

Those were the last days of disco
We thought it'd never go away
From New York City all the way to Frisco
Miami Beach straight to L.A.


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"Last Days of Disco" as written by Johan Kinde Thomas Hans Eriksson

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