You always stole all my last words.
Here's no exception then,
One more for me to send.
And nothing happens in the end.
I'm thinking of you less,
More concerned...
And more is less,
I guess it doesn't matter now.
Maybe we'll never go insane.
You always said we would,
Sometimes I wished we could with you
Lying naked in the rain
And singing Boney M,
Cutting down all our old friends.
I talk to them again now.
So here's the last one I have left.
We fell a little deep,
I watched you fall asleep.
And nothing happens in the end,
but I remember when I could remember when.
Seems like a long time ago.

Lyrics submitted by Destructedstar

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    right... also known correctly as "the last last one" still the same great lyrics though.

    alk3girlon May 18, 2002   Link
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    Actually, I guess I should explain why I put this song, which is formally known as 'the last late one', under this title, because if anyoen has heard the live version from the Watermark EP, they make a little inside humor that this it has been retitled as this title... soo... Why not be safe and have both down? And your tone seemed a little to harsh for comfort.

    Destructedstaron May 22, 2002   Link
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    i personally like this title better! :)

    thePIXIEprincesson July 10, 2002   Link
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    Yeah! Me too...

    Destructedstaron July 28, 2002   Link
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    A little too harsh for comfort. Heh.

    Wonderful song.

    thursdayisthecureon March 10, 2003   Link
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    Tone based off posted comments? Come on people

    Josion May 04, 2005   Link
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    Josi - calm down. No one has to get hurt here.

    Put down the gun.

    reidmanon February 10, 2006   Link
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    Obviously someone has to get hurt, or who will write songs about being hurt?

    I think the comment about a little too harsh is pretty funny.

    yimenoon December 06, 2006   Link

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