"Goodbye" as written by and Paul Edward Draper....
The stiller the tongue then the happier the life
So here's my advice so you can always say goodbye
If you've been cheated or cursed in your life
Now is the time that you say goodbye

Now I've said enough, I made you cry
You threw it in my face
And I'm a guilty man, now I've said my piece
And believe me when I say
Now it's time for goodbye

You're so constructive but so full of shit
You said, I could have been a superstar but I sing like a girl
There's no rock and roll when your life's in a mess
Paid to scrawl lipstick across my chest

Now I've said enough, now I made you cry
And you threw it in my face
I'm a guilty man, and I've said my piece
And believe me when I say
Now it's time for goodbye

Now I've think that I've said enough, I made you cry
And you threw it in my face
I'm a guilty man, I've said my piece
Believe me now, believe me when I say

And I say goodbye
I must say goodbye to you
We must say goodbye
We must say goodbye to you
We must say goodbye
We must say goodbye to you
We must say goodbye
We must say goodbye to you
We must say goodbye
We must say goodbye to you


Lyrics submitted by enola

"Goodbye" as written by Liz Larin Michael King

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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