MIKEY WAX


Last Great Song Lyrics

Well I was walking alone
Down those city roads
When a man asked me
“May I please have some gold?”
So I reached within
I gave him all that I could loan
And he said "in my return
I'll play you the last great song"

And so he reached for his guitar
He put the notes in proper tone
And before he began he said
"There’s something you should know
Now the words they aren't done
And I probably sing it wrong
But if you look beyond the flaws
You will hear the last great song"

And the man began to play
And the melody would grow
To the mountains high
From those valleys below
And as it came to an end
He held the last note long
And then he said "My friend
You've just heard the last great song"

He said "I'd love for you to stay
But I'm sure you've got to go
But whatever song you play
Make sure that all the people know
That the words they're never done
And you'll probably sing it wrong
But if they look beyond the flaws
They will hear the last great song"

And his voice stayed in my head
And his melody would grow
To the mountains high
From those valleys below
And as it came to an end
He held the last note long
And then he said "my friend
You've just heard the last great song"

And so I walked on my way
Walked about a block or two
When someone must have paid
Cause’ I swear I heard the tune
Of a sound so sweet
Of a sky so blue
And he played it complete
‘Til everybody knew

And the man sang loud
And it echoed through the dark
From 14th street
Through all of Central Park
And as it came to an end
He held the last note long
And then he said "My friend
You've just heard the last great song"

The last great song
The last great song
And then he said "my friend
You've just heard the last great song"

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