The Last Love Song:
The last love song, song written and recorded by Hank Williams Jr. for the MGM label, was recorded on July 3, 1973, in Nashville, TN, with the production of Jim Vienneau, the single was released in September 1973, the 29 December 1973, reached number # 4 of the charts of Hot Country Songs, and remained 18 weeks in the charts, in the charts of Canadian RPM Country Tracks, also reached the number # 4.
The song was included in the studio album of the same name, The Last Love Song (MGM 1974), on the charts of US Top Country Albums, reached number # 17.
Hank Williams Jr – The Last Love Song Lyrics
I know its over because I don’t keep you satisfied anymore
but before you move along Let me sing you the last love song.
Tomorrow when I wake,what will take the place
Of smiles on your face and black hair against white lace
And I wonder, will I be thinking of our early morning love
All the sweet things that you’d say that brighten my darkest day
And tomorrow night what do you suggest to take the place or your breasts
Breast against my chest oh how I’ll miss your tenderness
But there’s no use crying because loves a grown up game alittle pleasure and then alot pain
First we called each other bad names then what we had was never quite the same
I wish I could find eyes that won’t cry,
Lips that won’t lie and a love that won’t die.
And a love that won’t die.