"The Good in Goodbye" as written by and Michael Thomas Nyhan James Benjamin Thomas....
Suzy’s skating down the boulevard
Catch her eye on a bumper car
Wonder where she’s going, where she might have been

Met him once, we were 12 years old
Black glasses, a piercing in his nose
Mama swore that boy was no good for me

But I told her anyway
Turn back the clocks and take the bait
This is our mistake
Fold up our tongue and seal our fate

Little fate or maybe it was luck
Took a chance and chased her around the block
She was just a ghost inside my dream

Every year on an even day
I light a match and burn a rose he made
Just a part of blood inside the sea

But I told her anyway
Turn back the clocks and take the bait
This is our mistake
Fold up our tongue and seal our fate

You put the good in goodbye
(I never wanted you… to say goodbye)



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