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Charlotte Church - Lasts, or Eschaton Lyrics

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  • Last night was the end of radio
  • The last light went out on the last home stereo
  • The last transmission to circle the earth
  • Was a song from the year of my father’s birth
  • The singer could only see
  • As far as the girl next to him on the bench seat
  • And she was all that he could ever need
  • Last night I lay in and I listened
  • To the last song sung on the dying airwaves
  • My ambition to make something worth a listen
  • Snuffed out in an instant
  • I could have told you that I’m just an infant
  • And the world ages faster with every breath
  • But she was all that he could ever need
  • Cigarette smoke and a screen kiss
  • Cigarette smoke and a screen kiss
  • Only we know that we ever existed
  • It’s our secret
  • So let’s keep it
  • Last night was the end of radio
  • The DJ said to think of all of the songs you used to know
  • And keep them safely in your head
  • ‘Til you can sing them with someone who knows them
  • You know the singer could only see
  • As far as the girl next to him on the bench seat
  • So you are all that I could ever need
  • Cigarette smoke and a screen kiss
  • Cigarette smoke and a screen kiss
  • Only we know that we ever existed
  • It’s our secret
  • So let’s keep it

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