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Daisy Daisy (DJ Victor Ark) · Waltz for Koop/Waltz for Koop: Alternative Takes (Koop) · The Last Waltz (Engelbert Humperdinck) · The Last Waltz [Box Set] (The Band) · Last Waltz [Deluxe LP Version] (The Band) · The Last Waltz (The Band) · The Last Waltz (The Band) · The Last Waltz (Daniel O'Donnell) · The Last Waltz/Follow Your Dream (Daniel O'Donnell) · The Last Waltz (The Band) – and 90 other albums »


town)
So many roads
Mothered (?) in stone
Surrounded by bones
It feels so alone
The last waltz, the last waltz
The last waltz with you
Don't mean
alone with the music
I don’t know, it may be by chance,
That they saved the waltz for the last
So I lay awake in bed
And I let the song run through my
'neath that old southern sky
As we danced to the Star Spangled Waltz.

Then a face caught my eye as the dancers passed by
It was my sweetheart who left
This is the last cowboy song
The end of a hundred year Waltz
The voices sound sad as they're singin' along
Another piece of America's lost

He rides
to love you and hate you
I can't explain it, I feel insecure
Say it simple: "You die just to live again."
You say we're waiting for the last waltz
on the church with the steeple
Down by the village green.
Twas there I met a girl called daisy
And kissed her by the old oak tree.
Although I loved my daisy
This is the last cowboy song
The end of a hundred year Waltz
The voices sound sad as they're singin' along
Another piece of America's lost

He rides
with the steeple
Down by the village Green

'Twas there I met a girl called Daisy
And kissed her by the old oak tree
Although I loved my Daisy, I
her out
I said close up your windows, honey, lock up your vaults
And dance like the dickens to the West Texas Waltz
We spent the next to the last
The last day rushes by
And the moon looks so sad
No tears tonight
It's the best we've ever had
And the air's filled with voices
And loudspeaker
her out
I said close up your windows, honey, lock up your vaults
And dance like the dickens to the West Texas Waltz
We spent the next to the last
may know

That less I sing a little minute waltz
And hope I can sing with no faults
I know it's difficult
I'll give it every last breath that I've
cowgirl,
lotsa floating on the floor,
people whirling
texas waltz, fly on by.

here the old shoe
is on the other foot,
the slow nag is in the lead.
at the door,
I get up, let you in
Travelled and stained,
Soaked to the skin
Welcome my darling, you got here at last
Come and sit by the fire, forget what's past
on the church with the steeple
Down by the village green.
'Twas there I met a girl called daisy
And kissed her by the old oak tree.
Although I loved my daisy
vaults
And let's go dance like the dickens to the West Texas Waltz

We spent the next to last dollar
At the old ice cream parlor
On a milkshake
our tune
By the pale moon
We're incognito

Down the Lido
And we like the Strand
Arabs at oasis
Eskimos and Chinese
If you feel blue
Look
our tune
By the pale moon
We're incognito

Down the Lido
And we like the Strand
Arabs at oasis
Eskimos and Chinese
If you feel blue
Look
to leave millions hypnotized
And gasping for their last breath
I have been here once before by myself
This is nothing new for me
I am degraded and thrown
our tune
By the pale moon
We're incognito

Down the Lido
And we like the Strand
Arabs at oasis
Eskimos and Chinese
If you feel blue
Look
This is the last cowboy song the end of a hundred year waltz
Voices sound sad as they're singing along another piece of America's lost

He rides
Among the crumpled tissues white like daisies fell like soldiers dead determined
 I surrender
 CD cases broken in a desperate chance to find
fingerprints,
No face.

Gone without a trace
Their air is refreshing
Pulling out your intestines
Lips on the dirt
Blessed by the worm
Swallow your teeth
daisies 
And by decree of Rapture Inc. 
We're closing this here market permanently 

Coming down like a ton of lead 
More bang for your buck 
More
He pulled that straight-back wicker chair
Up next to grandpa's bed
And with a voice left weak by pain
His grandpa softly said

“Could you get my