I Just Want to Be Your Last

from by Mike Vial

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“I Just Want to Be Your Last”

If sugar goes well with coffee like the day mixes with night
I might be a little different than you but we go together right
You treat me quite better than I’ve been treated before
I don’t want to sound trite, I just know that I know for sure

We all live with regrets
We shouldn’t care about the past
I don’t need to be your first love
I just want to be your last

You said you had to kiss a few frogs before your prince appeared
Well I’ve been waiting for you like the sun waits for clouds to clear
It’s been raining for what feels like years
And the whole time you were always near to me, but that’s how it goes when

We all live with regrets
We shouldn’t care about the past
I don’t need to be your first love
I just want to be your last, your last

Cause when I finally found you
I finally forgot my past, my past
Was just the preface before you
So when I met you I’d say, “At last…”

I use to think that love at first sight was for fools
I hope that it’s ok that I broke a few of your rules
We have all been hiding some scars under our hearts
But I’ve been told the healing ends after true love finally starts
When I first saw you, I first thought, “At last…”

We all live with regrets
We shouldn’t care about the past
I don’t need to be your first love
I just want to be your last

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from A World That's Bigger, track released October 30, 2016
written by Mike Vial

Guitar Notes:
Taylor 514ce; tuning: standard

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Mike Vial Ann Arbor, Michigan

Mike Vial is a singer-songwriter from Michigan. He drinks too much coffee, plays Heritage and Taylor guitars, teaches guitar lessons at Dixboro Guitar, and tries to take his dog for two walks every day between a busy gig schedule, and his baby's nap schedule. ... more

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