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Tom T. Hall – Last Country Song lyrics

It's the last country song by the last country band in the last honky tonk in the world
It's the last country dance on the last hardwood floor
For the last country boy and girl
And there will be no more steel guitars and fiddle
If the people don't know what they're worth
It's the last country tune beneath the last country moon
For the last country people on earth
[ ac. Guitar - steel - fiddle ]
It's the last country song on the last country jukebox by the last country singer alive
It's the last country tear in the last cold beer it's the last country song that survive
There will be no more mandolins and banjos that St John has torn us apart
It's the last country song on the last country station
For they've broken the last country heart



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