I recognized your number
It's burned into my brain
Felt my heart beating faster
Every time it rang
Some things never change
That's why I didn't answer

I bet you're in a bar
Listening to a country song
Glass of Johnny Walker Red
With no one to take you home
They're probably closing down
Saying, "No more alcohol"
I bet you're in a bar
'Cause I'm always your last call

I don't need to check that message
I know what it says
"Baby, I still love you"
Don't mean nothing when there's whiskey on your breath
That's the only love I get
So if you're calling

I bet you're in a bar
Listening to a cheatin' song
Glass of Johnny Walker Red
With no one to take you home
They're probably closing down
Saying, "No more alcohol"
I bet you're in bar
'Cause I'm always your last

Call me crazy but
I think maybe
We've had our last call

I bet you're in a bar
It's always the same old song
That Johnny Walker Red
By now it's almost gone
But baby, I won't be there
To catch you when you fall
I bet you're in bar
'Cause I'm always your last call


Lyrics submitted by torrance379

Last Call Lyrics as written by Shane Lamar Mcanally Erin Enderlin

Lyrics © HIPGNOSIS SONGS GROUP, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentI love this song... my last relationship is just BURNED into this song.. I'm not even playing. I was so in love with this guy.. seriously in love. We were together for two years.. and how weird that his FAVORITE drink was really Johnny Walker Red Label.. It's just weird.. this is HIS song. We were always together.. I can't recall him ever telling me he loved me without having drank... Towards the end of the relationship, he would only call me when he was done having his fun for the night and was drunk.. I was his last call for sure. This song should seriously be named after him.
    Lizzy01on December 01, 2008   Link

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