Last Of The Ladies

Album: Falcon (2010)
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  • You are the last of the ladies
    You are the only one who can save me
    You are, you are, you are

    You are the one to grow old with
    To live, to laugh, and to lie with
    You are, you are, you are

    Sometimes I may not see you for a week
    Don't think of this as a burden
    Just a grander hide and seek
    And when you find me I'll be happy to be out
    Your words are one thing I can't believe that I've ever lived without

    You are the last of the ladies
    You are the only one who can save me
    You are, you are, you are

    You are the one to grow old with
    To live, to laugh, and to lie with
    You are, you are, you are

    Sometimes is easy then it's not worth the reward
    Like remembering the list of bands that I wrote on
    the chalk board
    I'm not saying you're New Order but I think you
    know what I mean
    And I'm into the way that you're into me
    Like a scene from the silver screen

    You are the last of the ladies
    You are the one who can save me
    You are, you are, you are Writer/s: LIAM JAMES FRAY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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