Last One To Die

Album: Let the Dominoes Fall (2009)
  • Everybody saying we gotta take a chance
    And telling me what the hell went wrong
    We only listen to the words that we sing
    Now a million are singing along

    (Last one)
    We got it right, you got wrong,
    Were still around (last one to die)
    Were going up, you're going down
    Were still around (last one to die)

    The ones that counted us out
    Regret that they packed the fight
    We sit on top of the world
    And were proving it every night

    (Last one)
    We got it right, you got wrong,
    Were still around (last one to die)
    Were going up, you're going down
    Were still around (last one to die)

    Through the storm and the gigs
    And the good and the bad
    There ain't no doubt
    We knew from the very first show, what it was all about

    (Last one)
    We got it right, you got wrong,
    Were still around (last one to die)
    Were going up, you're going down
    Were still around (last one to die)

    (Last one to die)
    (Last one to die)
    (Come on)
    (Come on)
    (Come on)
    (Last one to die)
    (Come on)
    (Come on)
    (Come on) Writer/s: TIMOTHY (USA) ARMSTRONG, LARS FREDERIKSEN, ROGER MATTHEW FREEMAN
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
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