"One More Goodbye" as written by and Randy Rogers Clint Dwayne Ingersoll....
Baby, I know it's late
But I just couldn't sleep
I got up to go for a drive

But around up on your street
I know that we said we shouldn't do this anymore
Ah, but lonely is prone to forget
So, I'm standing at your door
Well, maybe it's not right
Maybe that don't matter tonight

How 'bout one more goodbye
Play with fire just one more time
Let it burn till the morning light
And let it fade away
Girl, we don't even have to pretend
We ain't going back to where we've been
We both know it's not worth another try
But how 'bout one more goodbye

I know we'll regret
If you let me in
We can ask forgiveness tomorrow
If you stay in my arms until then
We don't have to be alone
I don't care if it's wrong

How about one more goodbye
Play with fire just one more time
Let it burn till the morning light
Let it fade away
Girl, we don't even have to pretend
We ain't going back to where we've been
We both know it's not worth another try
But how 'bout one more goodbye

Girl, we don't even have to pretend
We ain't going back to where we've been
We both know it's not worth another try
We both know it's not worth another try
But it's worth one more goodbye
But it's worth one more goodbye
How about one more goodbye


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"One More Goodbye" as written by Randy Rogers Clint Dwayne Ingersoll

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