"Hello Lady Goodbye" as written by Alan Clarke and Terry Sylvester....
I woke up in the morning
Heard a mockingbird sing
Was he laughing at me?
I went to the basin
Washed the sleep out my eyes
So I could see

A note on the bed
Close to where my lover should be
She slipped away in the night
The writing was shaky
And with tears on the sheets
I'm sorry we had a fight

So, farewell sweet lover, farewell
I'm sorry we never said goodbye
So, farewell sweet lover, farewell
Left with a tear in your eye

Must've been brewing for a very long time
In the wardrobe the hangers are bare
Don't know how you did it
It must've been planned
You even took your favorite chair

So, goodbye my lady, goodbye
You won't find no tear in my eye
So, goodbye my lady, goodbye
Going out tonight to get high

Found myself at Charlie's scene
Drinking all fashions
Sticky painted movie queen
Winked her eye at me
That's how it happened
Diamond shoes, satin dress
Flashin', flashin', flashin', flashin'

Woke up in the morning
Heard my mockingbird sing
And it was singin' for me
The lady I met last night's
Here by my side
She's good company

Well, hello sweet lady, hello
Good morning with a smile
Well, hello sweet lady, hello
This lady's gonna make it alright
This lady's gonna make it alright
This lady's gonna make it alright

Lady, lady
This lady's gonna make it alright
This lady's gonna make it alright
This lady's gonna make it alright
This lady's gonna make it alright




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"Hello Lady Goodbye" as written by Terry Sylvester Alan Clarke

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