"One Last Sundown" as written by and Dave Wasyliw Chris Thorsteinson....
I remember that first summer night
How good it felt, you lyin' in my arms
But the midway rides are almost still
The tilt-a-whirl and the ferris wheel are gone
As I run my fingers through your golden hair
The air's gettin' cold
And leaves are fallin' everywhere

And we've got one last sundown
So won't you lay your head down
I don't wanna hear 'goodbye'
I just want you by my side
For just one last sundown

Every waking moment since we've met
We've never been more that a couple of steps apart
And tomorrow just won't be the same
Pack up all your summer things in the car

We never said it
But we knew it couldn't last
But we didn't know
That this night would come so fast

Now we've got one last sundown
So won't you lay your head down
I don't wanna hear 'goodbye'
I just want you by my side
For just one last sundown

Now we've got one last sundown
So won't you lay your head down
I don't wanna hear 'goodbye'
I just want you by my side
For just one last sundown
For just one last sundown
We've got one last sundown
For just one last sundown



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"One Last Sundown" as written by Dave Wasyliw Chris Thorsteinson

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