Goodbye Kiss is a song originally by Kasabian, and covered by Lana in the BBC Radio 1 live lounge in April, 2012....
Doomed from the start
We met with a goodbye kiss
I broke my wrist

It all kicked off, I had no choice
You said that you didn't mind
Because love’s hard to find

Maybe the days we had are gone
Living in silence for too long
Open your eyes and what do you see?
No more laughs, no more photographs

Turning slowly, looking back, see
No words can save this
You’re broken, and I’m pissed
Run along like I’m supposed to
Be the man I ought to
Rock 'n' roll sent us insane
I hope someday that
We will meet again

Running wild
Giving it everyone
Now that’s all done

Maybe the days we had are gone
Living in silence for too long
Open your eyes and what do you see?
No more laughs, no more photographs

Turning slowly, looking back, see
No words can save this
You’re broken, and I’m pissed
Run along like I’m supposed to
Be the man I ought to
Rock 'n' roll sent us insane
I hope someday that
We will meet again

You go your way, and I’ll go my way
No words can save us
This lifestyle made us
Run along like I’m supposed to
Be the man I ought to
Rock 'n' roll sent us insane
I hope someday that
We will meet again


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Goodbye Kiss (Kasabian cover) song meanings
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    General Commentthis song is originally from the band kasabian.. but lana's version is obviously much more enticing and heartfelt.
    the lyrics are simple but tragic… two people fell in love and shared great times together but after a while they drifted apart and ended leaving one heartbroken. he wishes they were still together. even though their lives have changed he hopes their relationship will rekindle. but by the tone of the song, he seems doubtful that would ever happen.
    karron July 15, 2014   Link

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