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Our Last Song Together Lyrics

Our Last Song Together Lyrics

(Neil Sedaka)

Days of devils, kings and clowns
Angel songs and birthday tunes
Valentines and wishing wells
Magic stairways, moods, and junes
Silly rhymes and monkeyshines
Pictures on a stage
Round and round the records go
Time to turn the page

This will be our last song together
Words will only make us cry
This will be our last song together
There’s no other way we can say good-bye

Misty faces, far off places
Came and danced across the room
Sha na na’s and doo be down’s
The sounds that chased away the blues
Yesterday is yesterday
The past is dead and gone
Nostalgia just gets in the way
Let’s stop hanging on

This will be our last song together
Words will only make us cry
This will be our last song together
There’s no other way we can say good-bye

Now we go our separate ways
And leave the world we used to know
Scratchy worn out 45’s
An echo on the radio
Tra la days are over now
Those days of me and you
Now we know that breaking up is
Really hard to do

This will be our last song together
Words will only make us cry
This will be our last song together
There’s no other way we can say good-bye

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FACTS ABOUT THE SONG – OUR LAST SONG TOGETHER

The Tra-La Days Are Over is a 1973 album by American singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka. The album was the second to be produced at Strawberry Studios in England in collaboration with Graham Gouldman, Lol Creme, Kevin Godley and Eric Stewart, who had formed the band 10cc since their first joint venture with Sedaka on Solitaire (1972).

The album, which consolidated his return to popularity after his lengthy absence from the charts, yielded two hit singles for Sedaka, “Standing on the Inside” (UK No.26, June 1973) and “Our Last Song Together” (UK No.31, August 1973).

Another song, “Love Will Keep Us Together”, became a US No.1 for Captain & Tennille in 1975. Their version peaked at No.32 in Britain. The Captain & Tennille acknowledged Sedaka’s authorship as well as his early-1970s comeback by working the phrase “Sedaka is back” into the song’s fadeout.

On the liner notes to The Tra-La Days Are Over Sedaka added the dedication: “Thanks to Mike Curb for letting me have my way.”

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