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The Last Duet Lyrics

Artist: Barry Manilow
Album: Barry

(with Lily Tomlin)

Lily:
You creep into my heart
And make my heart burn
Barry:
You sneak into my mind
And make my head ache
Both:
There are things I long to tell you
Lily:
You're much too blonde
Barry:
You snore

Both:
Look
It´s time to face the music
Barry:
Bye bye
Lily:
Don't slam the door
And I don't want
Barry:
I don't want
Lily:
And I don't want
Barry:
I don't want
Both:
No, I don't want your flowers anymore

This is the last duet
Last chance you're gonna get
No more ha harmony
For you and me

This is the final song
And when the music' through
This is the last duet
I'll ever do with you

Barry:
You're not the one that I want
Ohh ohh ohh Tood-le-oo (honey)
Lily:
Don't go breakin' my back
Don't call me, I'll call you
Both:
Back together, reunited
Should feel so good
They say so I hope there's no hard feelings
Barry:
Don't go €˜way mad
Lily:
Just go €˜way
Both:
€˜cause enough is enough
is enough is enough
too much too little too late

Lily:
Tonight
Barry:
Tonight
Both:
With you I'm bored again!

This is the last duet
Last chance you're gonna get
No more ha harmony
For you and me

This is the final song
And when the music' through
This is the last duet
I'll ever do I'll ever do
I'll never never never never never do
with you
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