"Goodbye" as written by Zac Maloy, Bob Marlette, Dallas Smith, Jeremy Hora, Daniel Craig and David Benedict....
All work and no play makes another dull day
All work and no play makes another dull day

You're a car crash that's been going on for a year
You're a hurricane that hits when the sky should be clear
I, I got a gun and I'm into the weeds
You're everyone's fool and you're nobody's queen
When your first time your suicide king
You know we go together like cigarettes and gasoline

There's no reason to fight you know you may be right
You know you may be right
You tell yourself another good lie
You keep singing your song you know you may be wrong
You know you may be wrong
There's a lot to be said for goodbye

Give me one good reason why you think we're okay
I'll give you another ten thousand why I'm walking away
I'm tired of fighting and I'm sick of the pain
Tired of the chapter when you're acting insane
And here we are at the end of the day
We go together like kids and cocaine

There's no reason to fight you know you may be right
You know you may be right
You tell yourself another good lie
You keep singing your song you know you may be wrong
You know you may be wrong
There's a lot to be said for goodbye

All work and no play makes another dull day
All work and no play makes another dull day
All work and no play makes another dull day
All work and no play makes another dull day
It's time to say goodbye

There's no reason to fight you know you may be right
You know you may be right
You tell yourself another good lie
You keep singing your song, you know you may be wrong
You know you may be wrong
There's a lot to be said for goodbye
Said for goodbye
There's a lot to be said goodbye
Said for goodbye


Lyrics submitted by SpyderAlice

"Goodbye" as written by Lindsay Jack Rimes Adam Craig

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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