"Goodbye Cruel World" as written by Jean Guiot, Siobhan Fahey and Steve Ferrera....
She likes to wake up and just fake it.
She knows if she touches it she'll break it.
She can see all the houselights fading,
And the ground beneath her feet is shaking.
She's singing: bye bye, my old friend;
You're never going to see my face again.
You left me outside in the rain,
So, bye bye, Mr. A.
(Look out,) just when you think she's wearing thin,
She's walking out with the biggest man that you've ever seen.
She's singing: bye bye, my old friend;
You're never going to see my face again.
It took some time, so here I am;
So, bye bye, Mr. A.
Well now her grass is looking greener,
And you hope that sometimes you might see her.
What a diamond, boy; looks like you missed it.
It must have left you feeling sick and twisted.
Bye bye, my old friend;
You're never gonna see my face again.
You left me outside in the rain,
So, bye bye; I said, bye bye.


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