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  1. Apr 03,  · Last One to Know Lyrics: Got a matchbook in my pocket / Got my hand on it right now / If I lit a match in this office / I'd burn this motherfucker down / I thought we were on the same side / Crazy.
  2. "The Last One to Know " is a song written by Matraca Berg and Jane Mariash, and recorded by American country music artist Reba McEntire. It was released in September as the first single and title track from the album The Last One to Know. The song was McEntire's ninth number one country hit Genre: Country.
  3. I was the last one to know (the last one) I left my friend and walked out on the street My head had been high Now I looked at my feet My friends all look sad (look sad) As I passed them on by My friends were all sad I was the last to know why (the last one) Why, oh, why was I the last one to know? Thought our love would do nothing but grow It's.
  4. Lyrics to 'The Last One To Know' by The Fleetwoods. I saw a friend as I walked down the street / He said "Let's sit down / Get a load off our feet" / We found a table inside a cafe.
  5. The first one to cry and the last to let go Why is the one left behind the one left alone With no one to hold The last one to know Now it would be easier to face the morning If you were holding me tonight But you left me without a warning Holding on to a heartache while she's holding you tight Why is the last one to know The first one to cry.
  6. The last one to know The last one to know, now I didn't know I was bringin' you down I didn't lose what you thought you had found And now you're tellin' me you're leavin' me, I'm The last one to know The last one to know, now The last one, last one Last one to know, now Last one, last one Last one to know, now Last one, last one Last one to.
  7. Lyrics to 'The Last One To Know' by The Fleetwoods. I saw a friend as I walked down the street / He said "Let's sit down / Get a load off our feet" / We found a table inside a cafe.
  8. rows · Watch the video for The Last One to Know from The Fleetwoods's Come Softly To Me - .

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