One last song

One last song

   
He made his living loving what he played
And he said he wouldn't have it any other way
They'd dance all night out on the dance floor
And when the music stopped they'd beg for more
They'd say...

Play us another song
So we can dance all night long
With my baby
in my arms
So won't you play us
another song

1955 and he was so happy to be alive
He had 4 girls and one lovely wife
After 50 years, time flew so fast
As the band finished a melody from the past
He said...

Play me another song
So I can dance all night long
With my baby
In my arms
So won't you play me
another song

1995 the day that the music died
We hung our heads and we cried
As the last note was played on this sad day
I couldn't help but stand and say
Grandpa...

I'll play you one more song
And let you dance all night long
With your baby
In your arms
So let me play you
one more song

I can't believe that it's been all those years
It seems like yesterday when he was still here
You know Grandma, she keeps hanging on each day
But at night I still hear her pray
Darling...

Won't you play me another song
So I can dance with you all night long
With your baby
In your arms
So please play me
One last song
 
Allison McCulloch, Tara Muck

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