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Last Days Of Summer

This song is by Louise Taylor and appears on the album Ride (1997).

Oh the last I remember was the end of September
The wind blowing in from the sea
We were down by the ocean drinking and talking
Knowing the ending was near
So we picked up the car and we picked up some wine
And we headed on out through the town
Driving all night, past small village lights
We were drunk by the light of the moon

Pints, pills, drunk to the gills
And boys I can hardly remember
With a fine mist coming over the hills
These are the last days of summer

The last I remember was the end of September
The graveyard looked grey in the rain
So after the funeral we went to a bar
And we drank just to forget the pain
We toasted the living and we toasted the dead
And we toasted ourselves for good measure
And too drunk to see I went out in the street
And I cried till I thought I felt better

Pints, pills, drunk to the gills
And boys I can hardly remember
With a fine mist coming over the hills
These are the last days of summer

Oh the last I remember was the end of September
The house it lay empty and bare
We burned all the past, you know things never last
You just have to start over again
So I walked into town and I went to a bar
And I stayed there the whole afternoon
Talking with friends, trying to make some amends
Knowing the ending was soon

Oh pints, pills, drunk to the gills
And boys I can hardly remember
With a fine mist coming over the hills
These are the last days of summer
Yes, these are the last days of summer
Oh these are the last days of summer

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