Monday morning, I'm late for work, can't find my keys
Coffee, smokes, still a little hungover
I don't wanna know where you are, you're gone, you left me here
I don't even know what's left of me
Do you really need to hear

Goodbye, you're just a memory
So, why does it have to lie to me?
I don't buy the one-way blasphemy
Of when you were next to me

I can feel it, what's wrong, so long, be gone, I'm fine
The time I don't have to waste on you
Your only asset's been sold and now I see that you and me
Never really meant to be
I've been second-to-never
Broke down, put back together
Running damage control, console, leave it behind, rewind
I don't even know what's left of me
Do you really need to hear

Goodbye, you're just a memory
So, why does it have to lie to me?
I don't buy the one-way blasphemy
Of when you were next to me

Goodbye
Goodbye

Cause I've been sitting here too damn long
I've gotta find out for myself what's been wrong
So, I'll be leaving now, the dance is done
I wanna feel like I've been someone
Cause I believe I'll find my way out
And I've always been so cold
But now

Goodbye, you're just a memory
So, why does it have to lie to me?
I don't buy the one-way blasphemy
Of when you were next to me

Goodbye
Goodbye
Goodbye


Lyrics submitted by nikkus34

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