"Don't Say Goodbye Again" as written by Pamela Joan Sawyer and Leon Ware....
Girl, don't you say
Girl, don't you make
Girl, don't you make
Make me cry
Make me cry

You had my life
In the palm of your hand
Why you threw it away
I'll never ever understand

You took away the best part
The best part of me
You took away, you
How cruel could you be?

You're just another heartache
I've got to learn to take
You're just another habit
I have to learn to break

Am I alone again?
Am I alone again?
Am I alone, alone, alone?

Don't say goodbye again
Don't say goodbye again
Don't make me cry, cry, cry
Don't say goodbye again
Don't say goodbye again
Don't make me cry, cry, cry, again
Again, again

The more I try, the more you hurt me
Why?
Tell me why
Tell me why

I can take an Aspirin
For a bad headache
But what pill for loneliness can I take?

I can seal to you
Just like cellophane
But I need you, baby
Like a star needs fame

You're not another habit
I have to learn to break
Let's try to patch it up
Before it's too late

I'm in love with you
I'm in love with you
I'm in love, in love, in love

Don't say goodbye again
Don't say goodbye again
Don't make me cry, cry, cry
Don't say goodbye again
Don't say goodbye again
Don't make me cry, cry, cry, again

The more I try, the more you hurt me
Why?
Tell me why
Tell me why

The more I try, the more you hurt me
Why?
Tell me why
Tell me why


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"Don't Say Goodbye Again" as written by Pamela Joan Sawyer Leon Ware

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