"Last Mistake" as written by and Glenn/marsh Hughes....
You went down to ol' Mexico
I said you should not go there alone
29 in the midday sun
I'm not the only one
I should have known
That's when I heard a voice say to me

And the wind gently whispers
And the sky begin to crack
I've been far and wide
Now you throw me aside
It's just a lie

[Chorus]
This was your last mistake
This was your only break
This was your last mistake
Now it's over, it's all over

I heard you went sailin' to the Ivory Coast
It's where you make the most of your time
Soon you'll be flying on a silver bird
You know I never heard of such a crime
That's when my inner voice started talking to me

Then the mountains did crumble
And the earth moved at my feet
I've been far and wide
Now you throw me aside
It's just a lie

[Chorus: x2]

This was your last mistake oh yeah
This was your only break oh yeah
This was your last mistake
Now it's over, it's all over oh yeah


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"Last Mistake" as written by Joakim Kurt Marsh Glenn Hughes

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