Winston Montgomery
The Last Country Song
 
Lyrics

The Last Country Song
By W. Montgomery

Verse 1
It?s the last country song and she sings it well
as if in farewell
It tells a story of childhood sweethearts
Who vowed to stay true until their lives were through
And though they?d seen enough of life to know the odds they faced
They knew that their love was a dream that would come true

Verse 2
In her dressing room before the show
She told me that it might seem wrong
But she was moving on
She?d met some serious people to take it from here,
oversee her career
On her guitar she was strumming the chords I knew so well
It was the last, the last country song

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Break
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Bridge
Look at her upon the stage, she?s so beautiful
I?ve loved her since I was a child
And we truly believed that when we wrote that song
Nothing would go wrong, nothing could go wrong

Verse 3
There will still be western skies and rodeos,
and state fair shows
Cheatin? hearts and pick-up trucks, honky tonk bars
and steel guitars
So it might not really be the last country song
But it?s the last country song I?ll ever listen to
To me, it?s the last country song
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Winston Montgomery
Music Credits: Winston Montgomery
Performance Credits: Winston Montgomery
Metadata
Song Length: 4:24
Primary Genre: Country-General
Secondary Genre: -
Tempo: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
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