It's FUN, at the end of a show, to ask the audience if they'd like to hear one more song.
And then, rather than RISK having someone call out a title of a song I do not KNOW, I sing EXACTLY what I asked them if they'd like to hear: "One More Song"
Three chords, like most of my songs.
ONE MORE SONG
Let's have one more song, one more song,
One more song, before we go!
Lets have one more song, ! Everyone can sing along!
Let's have one more song, before we go!
 Well, we've had some fun,
And we thank you, everyone,
And we hope you've enjoyed our little show.
But the time has come,
To say that the show is done,
But let's have one more song before we go.
 We have shared some joys
And we've made a joyful noise
And we've sung with voices high and low
Now like good girls & boys,
We must put away our toys,
But let's have one more song, before we go!
 The clock ON the WALL
Says it's time to clear the hall,
And we really wish that clock was running slow.
But the clock is right,
So we bid you all good-night
But let's have one more song before we go!
 (to the tune of the Mickey Mouse Club March, slowly and sadly)
Now it's time..... to say Goodbye.... to all our fam-ill-leeeee
BUT LET'S HAVE ONE MORE SONG before we go!
Edited by - mike gregory on 01/13/2020 11:06:17
Only you could pull that off, Mike. I like that.
BTW, I used to play with a gentleman who always did The Last Song at the end of a show.
That’s great! I think I’m going to get our band to try it, We play at a music barn and they give us the “one more song” signal. We use it there.
oh, DO please DO post a video of the audience participation!
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