When I'm looking in your eyes
Everything seems to fade away
After all these years we had do I know you now
Have I trusted blindly in your love, too many times

You said: "hey, my love, I'm sorry but we can't go on 'cause
I'm in love with someone else"
Tell me, what do you want me to say
When you treat me this way

Oh I love you, maybe?
And I hope it goes away
How I want you daily
I know it's gonna stay

You are so self satisfied
Always ready for a ride
Double crossing, lousy cheat, love you anyway
You have warm and tender devils soul, you are so low

I can hear you say: "I'm sorry, should we still go on,
I'm not in love with that someone else"
Tell me, what do you want me to say
When you treat me this way

Oh I love you, maybe?
And I hope it goes away
How I want you daily
Tell me now that

I have found the whore in you
Why can't I tell you no
Time will show, the last word is for me
If you fail to see the problem we have, one room full of walls
Jar of love isn't dry until the last drop falls

The moment I will step aside, you're ready for another ride
Walking in the cool night air without underwear
You have red light burning in your soul, I've seen the glow

In every dream I have I say: "I'm not in love with you"
But every day I say I do
You have messed with my head so many times
Forced me to love you

Now that
I have found the whore in you
Why Can't I tell you no
Time will show, the last word is for me
If you fail to see the problem we have, one room full of walls
I will try until the last drop falls

Now that
I have found the whore in you
Why Can't I tell you no
Time will show, the last word is for me
If you fail to see the problem we have, one room full of walls
I will try until the last drop falls


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Last Drop Falls Lyrics as written by Marko Juhani Paasikoski Jani Allan Liimatainen

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    This song is about a boy who doesn't have enough self-respect or strength to ease himself out of the grip of some manipulative, emotionally blackmailing, openly unfaithful, and just plain scary lover. English isn't the band's first language, but the lyrics can be so frank--"Always ready for a ride"--that it can, after many listenings, still make me blush.

    Lunetiaon June 04, 2003   Link
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    This song is about a man who is in love with a woman who is clearly unfaithful.. and also seems to be a prostitute.

    "The moment I will step aside, you're ready for another ride Walking in the cool night air without underwear You have red light burning in your soul, I've seen the glow."

    The "red light" refering to the red light district.

    J_Rufuon August 04, 2006   Link
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    Disagree. Red light district? She seems to be a girl that is a bit unsure if she still loves the person that sings the song. She get back to him every time, and he accepts her cheating because he loves her until the last drop falls.

    Fucocon May 09, 2007   Link
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    This reminds me of a girl I once knew, and fell in love with. She kept playing with me, going between another guy and I. Guys came and went, but one thing was certain, she would come back to me. I finally got enough smarts to leave. Just my two cents on how it can relate to an average person :-D

    mateoon June 13, 2007   Link
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    Fucoc, I totally agree with you, the girl first tells him that she's in love with someone else, that she wants to leave him, then, she regrets and want him back, and that's why the guy it's so confused, he doesnt know what to do, but he loves her a lot, that's why he fall over and over again on her cheatings..he will always forgive her because he loves her, but she is a total whore :D

    Hellfire Tobion July 02, 2007   Link
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    this song explains my life at the moment...my user name will explain if you dont get me.

    iluvyoubutudontnoon September 17, 2007   Link
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    This song is about a guy who is with a slut and he regrets it

    Stoneywagneron April 14, 2009   Link
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    I was wondering what about the part "one room full of walls" what that is supposed to mean? to many things dividing them, is this what he want's to say... they arrived to a point where it seems that are dozens of walls between them?

    Was wondering about this, today xD

    Demanderon September 15, 2011   Link
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    To me this song along with No Dream Can Heal A Broken Heart.

    This man is clearly in love with this woman. The woman is his dreams, his love, his life. The woman however has feelings for him, but not as strong as his feelings are towards her.

    I think when he sings about her loving someone else and that they can't go on the girl is a player. But the man is a fallback stone for her. She has him in the corner and where she is lookign at other guys but even though the other guys don't fall through or she has slept with them she knows that the man who loves her dearly is there for her and always will be and she is playing on that.

    Until near the end the man grows sense and realises that all she brings him is pain and he has to walk away.

    Just my thoughts on the song as I can relate.

    MarkAnthonyon October 12, 2011   Link
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    The song is about talking/ arguing with your beer or ale.

    Next time you have a drink, think about the lyrics and how alcohol affects you and what you think about. The lyrics make more sense when you realise it's about you having a love/ hate relationship with your alcohol.

    hansolo84on July 20, 2012   Link

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