Last Tears

Album: Despite Our Differences (2006)
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  • These are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you.
    My cryin's through, I'm moving on.
    I don't regret and won't forget
    A single thing that we went through,
    But these are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you.

    You take things so much easier than I do
    And you could live your life without me if you had to
    And you believe that in the end it all works out right
    And I might if not for you
    And if you ask one which one lives just alone for love
    I do.

    These are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you
    My cryin's through, I'm moving on.
    I don't regret and won't forget
    A single thing that we went through
    But these are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you.

    There was a time when all signs pointed to the warm south
    The planets all lined up and built a new house
    And everything we talked about felt like a prophecy
    And when you looked at me they all came true
    And if you asked which one wants to go the distance
    I do.

    But these are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you.
    My cryin's through, I'm moving on.
    I don't regret and won't forget
    A single thing that we went through
    But these are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you.

    I'm gonna rack my mind one last time until I cannot think
    I'm gonna dip into your memory and take a good stiff drink
    And when I'm drunk on the last drop of sadness about how we went wrong
    I'm gonna play this song
    Make some coffee black and strong
    Give thanks for healing time
    Finally make up my mind

    These are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you.
    Baby my cryin's through, I'm moving on.
    I don't regret and won't forget
    A single thing that we went through,
    But these are the last tears I'm gonna cry for you
    These are the last tears?I?m gonna cry for you.
    Writer/s: AMY ELIZABETH RAY, EMILY ANN SALIERS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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