"Till The Next Goodbye" as written by and Mick/richards Jagger....
Honey, is there any place that you would like to eat?
I know a coffee shop down on Fifty-Second Street
And I don't need no fancy food and I don't need no fancy wine
And I sure don't need the tears you cry
Till the next time we say goodbye
Till the next time we say goodbye
Till the next time we say goodbye
I'll be thinking of you
I'll be thinking of you

Yeah, a movie house on Forty-Second Street
Ain't a very likely place for you and I to meet
Watching the snow swirl around your hair and around your feet
And I'm thinking to myself she surely looks a treat
Till the next time we say goodbye
Till the next time we say goodbye
Till the next time that we kiss goodnight
I'll be thinking of you
I'll be thinking of you

I can't go on like this, can ya? Can ya?
I can't go on like this, can ya?

You give me a cure all from New Orleans
Now that's a recipe I sure do need
Some cider vinegar and some elderberry wine
May cure all your ills, but it can't cure mine
Your Lou'siana recipes have let me down
Your Lou'siana recipes have surely let me down
Till the next time we say goodbye
Drink to it
Till the next time we say goodbye
Till the next time that we kiss goodnight
Till the next time we say goodbye
Till the next time we say goodbye
Till the next time that we kiss goodnight
I'll be thinking of you
I'll be thinking of you


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"Till the Next Goodbye" as written by Mick Jagger Keith Richards

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    General CommentNo comments? Fuckin' hell... Anyway, beautiful, could easily have been written about me and the time I had in Germany earlier this year...
    alfiebabyon May 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyea I guess people that visit this site don't know what good music is?
    floydian18on July 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah, better than your average memory motel
    orphan_yachtson May 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commenttrue stones fans enjoy the album songs/less popular songs aswell as their hits. brilliant song...

    Some cider vinegar and some eldeberry wine
    May cure all your ills, but it can't cure mine

    dont know why but it sticks out to me. love it
    Jobieon August 01, 2007   Link
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    My OpinionYou got this right Jobie...."true stones fans enjoy the album songs/less popular songs as well"
    This is an awesome song!
    HibernusMortison January 13, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningThis songs is about about an illicit relationship between two lovers.
    The point of view, Jagger as narrator, speaks to the mistress apologetically and with a guilty conscience... In one line on the bridge, Jagger manages to convey empathy, culpability, and frustration: 'I can't go on like this/Can ya? Can ya?'
    On paper it seems clear, the narrator is asking out of the relationship (paraphrasing): "I can't do this, can ya?" But the way Jagger sings it, it sounds like he's asking, "You can't do this anymore, can you?" He's conveying a different meaning altogether, almost as if he is playing both parts in one line.
    catalyst93on September 16, 2014   Link

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