"Last Laugh" as written by and Gloria/bradford Jones....
LAST LAUGH
Swallow your pride,
And run and hide and make your shallow effort,
To make amends and be my friend.
When I don't want your friendship.
There's no excuse for your abuse and all the criticism,
Your second face will melt away when it all comes back to you.

[Chorus]
You used to laugh at me and call me things and say I wouldn't make it.
Well it's funny 'cause I'm laughing at you.
You used to laugh at me and call me things and say I wouldn't make it.
Well it's funny 'cause I'm laughing at you.

Are you so sure I can't endure all of you indiscretions,
Put out your hand I push away, I hope you learned your lesson.
A heavy load for you to bear upon your head and shoulders,
I can expect this you'll regret I know when you get older.

[Chorus]

Swallow your pride,
And run and hide and make your shallow effort,
To make amends and be my friend.
When I don't want your friendship.
There's no excuse for your abuse and all the criticism,
Your second face will melt away when it all comes back to you.

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by pUnK-jUnKiE

"Last Laugh" as written by Mark Knopfler

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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