"False Goodbyes" as written by Leslie Thomas Pattinson, William Alfred Sergeant, Noel Andrew Burke, Jake Brockman and John Reece Damon....
Whisper who dares
Your daylight glows
I doubt that it shows me
Covered in glory


A problem shared
Is entertainment
In your hands
Ain't life bland


What matter or
What consequence in truth
All our lives strange honor
In a realm of false goodbyes


Suspend belief
But keep it brief
Thereby hangs a tale friend
Hung from your wit's end


And is that all
The level best
That you can do
More fool you


What matter or
What consequence in truth
All our lives strange honor
In a realm of false goodbyes


Such dedication in the plot
Such animation and for what
A pile of nothing life is not
And when the crowd come out to play
I'll read the lesson for today
About the one that got away


What matter or
What consequence in truth
All our lives strange honor
In a realm of false goodbyes


What matter or
What consequence in truth
All our lives strange honor
In a realm of false goodbyes



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"False Goodbyes" as written by William Alfred Sergeant Leslie Thomas Pattinson

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