"Tragedy" as written by Barry Gibb, Maurice Ernest Gibb and Robin Hugh Gibb....
Tragedy
Thomas Wayne with the DeLons
Words and Music by Gerald H. Nelson and Fred B. Burch
Peaked at # 5 in 1959
Later charted at # 10 in 1961 by The Fleetwoods
Later charted at # 56 in 1969 by Bran Hyland
Wind and storm (ooh-ooh)
Gone's the sun (the sun, ooh)
From the stars my dark has come
You've gone from me, oh, oh, tragedy (ah, ah, ah, ah, ah)
Oh, come back
Have me here
Hold me, love
Be sincere
You've gone from me, oh, oh, tragedy (ee-ee, ee-ee, ee-ee, ee-ee)
(ah, ah, ah)
Like smoke from a fire
Of love oh, oh, oh, ooh
Our dreams have all gone
Above oh, oh, oh, ooh
Blown by wind
Kissed by snow
All that's left is the dark be-ee-ee-low
You've gone from me, oh, oh, tragedy
(Oh, oh, oh)
Tragedy
(BUNG!)
Transcribed by Robin Hood
These lyrics were transcribed from the specific recording mentioned above
and do not necessarily correspond with lyrics from other recordings, sheet
music, songbooks or lyrics printed on album jackets.


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"Tragedy" as written by Hank Ballard

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