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This Is The Last Great Love Song

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This Is The Last Great Love Song Lyrics. Written by Gerry Fleming and Recorded by Finbar Furey for the R.T.E. programme ''The Hit''. I notice that Finbar changed some of the original words by Gerry, only a few. I have left it the way it was written. Guitar chords included.

Welcome to my soul, I didn't mean to scare you.
I need to show it all, don't say I didn't warn you.
Sometimes it's like that wall, that you have to climb or fall.

Chours.
Now this is the last great love song.
That I will ever sing, to you.
This is the last great love song.
That I will ever bring, to you.

Don't run I've come to call.
Be silent though you'll hear it.
Crushed the dammed the cold
I'll need you to bear witness
But your laughter in the dark.
Has left me cold and stark, inside.

Now this is the last great love song.
That I will ever sing, to you.
This is the last great love song.
That I will ever bring, to you.

You have that exquisite remove.
All the lovers not in love.
Now this is the last great love song.
That I will ever sing, to you.
This is the last great love song.
That I will ever bring, to you.

Here's the guitar chords courtesy of Marc.
 
(D)Welcome to my soul,
I (G)didn't mean to (D)scare you.
I (D)need to show it all,
Don't (G)say I didn't (D)warn you.
Some(G)times it's like that (A)wall,
That you (A7)have to climb or (A)fall.

Chorus
Now (A)this is the (D)last (G)great (D)love song.
That (G)I will ever (A)sing(A7), to (D)you.
And (A)This is the (D)last (G)great (D)love song.
That (G)I will ever (A)bring(A7), to (D)you.

Don't (D)run I've come to call.
Be (G)silent though you'll (D)hear it.
The (D)crushed the dammed the cold
I'll (G)need you to bear (D)witness
But your (G)laughter in the (A)dark.
Has (A7)left me cold and (A)stark, inside.

Chorus

Now (A)this is the (D)last (G)great (D)love song.
That (G)I will ever (A)sing(A7), to (D)you.
(A)You have that (A7)exquisite re(A)move.
(A)All the lovers (G)not in (D)love.
Instrumental Chorus
Repeat Chorus

Here's the tin whistle notes. Played on a D whistle
D D D E F A G F E D E F D D D E F A G F E D E F F G F E DE F GF E D E CHORUS FF G A B A D A G F E D B A REPEAT AGAIN"

Finbar Furey

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