"Sayonara" as written by William James Iii Mc Auley, David Powell and Peter Moore....
The crack of dawn
Creeps across and finds you on the lawn
I drag you in
And smell the seedy places that you've been
I'll let you rest
But when you stumble out of bed
I'll tell your bloodshot eyes I'm not impressed

[Chorus:]
Sayonara! At least until tomorrow, baby
Sayonara! Bye bye to all the borrowed sorrow, baby, bye

Tomorrow comes
Another big goodbye has come undone
You're out again
But now I now exactly where you've been
Our favorite place will never be the same again I'll tell the two of you right to your face

[Chorus]

Baby, bye

Cut the shit
Pack your lies in
As you're leaving let me leave you with this loser's lullaby

Sayonara! Why try tomorrow, baby
Sayonara! Bye bye to all the borrowed sorrow,
Baby
Sayonara! At least until tomorrow, baby
Sayonara! Bye bye to all the borrowed sorrow, baby, bye (Sayonara)
Baby, bye (Sayonara)
Baby, bye


Lyrics submitted by BlueAndStarry

"Sayonara" as written by Peter Moore David Powell

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