"Time for Goodbye" as written by and Ben/yeary Hayslip....
Lately things just don't feel right between us
We seldom touch when we turn out the lights
What happened to the me and you that once was
Maybe baby, it's time for goodbye

Say goodbye to your daddy and bye to your mama
Lay some rubber on the road in this little blue Honda
Leave the bills and the worry
And the fuss and the hurry behind

We'll spend a few good days under the covers
Talkin' and laughin' and actin' like the lovers
We were before life took over our lives
It's time for goodbye

We can head down the road, find a bed and skip the breakfast
Go to Yellowstone and taste some sweet red wine
Hell, just say where I'll try to have you there by mornin'
Baby, don't you think it's time for goodbye?

Say goodbye to your daddy and bye to your mama
Lay some rubber on the road in this little blue Honda
Leave the bills and the worry
And the fuss and the hurry behind

We'll spend a few good days under the covers
Talkin' and laughin' and actin' like the lovers
We were before life took over our lives
It's time for goodbye

Pack a little bag and don't take long
Don't need much more than what you got on
Come on, let's get gone

Say goodbye to your daddy and bye to your mama
Lay some rubber on the road in this little blue Honda
Leave the bills and the worry
And the fuss and the hurry behind

We'll spend a few good days under the covers
Talkin' and laughin' and actin' like the lovers
We were before life took over our lives
It's time for goodbye, it's time for goodbye


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"Time for Goodbye" as written by Brandon Lynn Kinney Ben Hayslip

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