"Has There Ever Been a Good Goodbye" as written by John Bettis, Jeff Carlisi, Don Barnes and Jim Vallance....
I used to love to say your name
It'll never sound the same
Foolish pride got in my way

Now, you'll never feel what I meant to say
I wasted every chance you gave

Why do I feel, I'm goin' in circles?
All I can do is wonder why
I should have known, I'd be the hurt one
I've always been bad at goodbyes
Has there ever been a good goodbye?

Foolish lovers just like me
Even lose their memory
For they learn to make believe

Missin' you is pain without a cure
I'd give my life for a minute in yours

Why do I feel, I'm goin' in circles?
All I can do is wonder why
I should have known, I'd be the hurt one
I've always been bad at goodbyes
Has there ever been a good goodbye?

Night after night
I remember days with you
Why, tell me why?
I still keep cryin' over you

Oh, there ain't no way around it
What we once had is through

Why do I feel, I'm goin' in circles?
All I can do is wonder why
I should have known, I'd be the hurt one
'Cause there's never been a good goodbye
There's never been a good goodbye

Oh, whoa, there's no good goodbye
Oh, oh, whoa, whoa
Has there ever been a good goodbye?



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"Has There Ever Been a Good Goodbye" as written by Jeff Carlisi John Bettis

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