The Last Song
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The Last Song may refer to:
Literature, film and television
- The Last Song (novel), a 2009 Nicholas Sparks novel
- The Last Song (film), 2010 film adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel
- The Last Song, a 2012 novel by Eva Wiseman
- "Last Song" (Edward Bear song) from Edward Bear's self-titled 1972 album
- "Last Song", a song by Meredith Monk
- "Last Song" (Gackt song), from the 2003 Gackt album Crescent
- "Last Song", an alternate version of Damon Albarn's "Green Fields" recorded and co-written by Marianne Faithfull, from the 2004 album Before the Poison
- "Last Song", a song by Carpark North from their 2008 Grateful album
- "The Last Song" (The All-American Rejects song), from the 2002 album The All-American Rejects
- "The Last Song" (Elton John song), from the 1992 album The One
- "The Last Song" (Luv' song), taken from the 1991 album Sincerely Yours by the Dutch girl group Luv'
- "The Last Song" (Poison song), a 2000 single by Poison
- "The Last Song" (The Smashing Pumpkins song), a B-side of the 1996 single "Thirty-Three"
- "The Last Song" (Theory of a Deadman song), from the 2002 album Theory of a Deadman
- The Last Song (sevendust song) a song by the American rock band Sevendust.
- "The Last Song" (X Japan song), a 1998 single by X Japan
- "The Last Song", from Mcfly's album Radio:Active
- "The Last Song", from Rihanna's 2009 album Rated R
- "The Last Song", from the Foo Fighters album In Your Honor
- "The Last Song", track 17 from Hilary Duff's second studio album Hilary Duff
- "The Last Song", from the JLS album Outta This World
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