"Goodnight Tonight" as written by and Paul Mccartney....
Don't get too tired for love
Don't let it end
Don't say goodnight to love
It may never be the same again

Don't say it
Don't say it
Say anything but don't say goodnight tonight

Don't say it
Don't say it
Say anything but don't say goodnight tonight

Don't say it
Don't say it
You can say anything but don't say goodnight tonight

Don't say it
Don't say it
Say anything but don't say goodnight tonight

Don't say it
Don't say it
Say anything but don't say goodnight tonight

Don't get too tired for love
Don't let it end
Don't say goodnight to love
It's a feeling that may never end

Don't say it
Don't say it
Say anything but don't say goodnight tonight

Don't say it
Don't say it
Say anything but don't say goodnight tonight

Don't say it
Don't say it
You can say anything but don't say goodnight tonight


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"Goodnight Tonight" as written by Paul Mccartney

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    General CommentAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRGGGGH!!!

    If I could get my hands on whoever it was that thought Paul McCartney continuing to record songs after the Beatles broke up was a good idea...

    This song makes me think the Paul Is Dead rumors were propogated by die hard fans who didn't want anyone to think the guy who created such great music in the 60s was responsible for such dribble later on.
    ZinbobDanon June 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI actually love this song. The lyrics are soo very simple but this is such a fun song and idea. I can see how it is not a sound that all may enjoy but I love Paul's work, both during and after the Beatles. Hes so very talented!
    dream109893on August 19, 2008   Link

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