"Gone, Gone, Gone (Done Moved On)" as written by Donald I Everly and Phil Everly....
Some sunny day-hay baby
When everything seems okay, baby
You'll wake up and find out you're alone
Cause I'll be gone
Gone, gone, gone really gone
Gone, ga-gone, cause you done me wrong

Everyone that you meet baby
As you walk down the street baby
Will ask you why you're walkin' all alone
Why you're on your own
Just say I'm gone
Gone, gone, gone
Gone, ga-gone, cause you done me wrong

If you change your way baby
You might get me to stay baby
Ya better hurry up if ya don't wanna be alone
Or I'll be gone
Gone, gone, gone
Really gone
Gone, ga-gone
Cause you done me wrong


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"Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)" as written by Donald I Everly Donald Everly

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    General CommentTheir voices work so well together on this tune. You don't hear the Everly Brothers being covered very much these days, so it's pretty cool to hear them do this one. And adds a new twist, since it's like they're singing it to each other simultaneously.
    lunaharpuaon June 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is such a funky tune with some brilliantly simple, but moving, lyrics =D

    Fairly obviously it's about a man contemplating leaving his lover because of the way she treats him. Or the other way around, a woman leaving a man. Depends on what gender the audience is =) as it's sung by both Alison and Robert, a woman and a man.
    pengyon March 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti doubt it's the true meaning, but i can't ever hear this song without thinking it's about one of the parties being disgusted by the other's love for anal sex. i don't know if the slang works the same in USA but in England "doing someone up the wrong'un" is what we makes me think of it here. sorry!
    mrtreeczon September 11, 2013   Link

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