ELIZAVETA


Goodbye Song Lyrics

No need for flutes or violins
Cause they won't mean a thing
When everything's been said.
No need for fancy cards or flowery prose
Though I suppose
they make us feel less bad.
No need for long, drawn-out explaining
how and when - and why - this love came to an end
No need to to tell me so sincerely
you still want to be my friend.

It's a goodbye song
A little bitter, but it's sweet
You always wanted one
It comes a little late - but it's complete
It's from the heart
Please remember: I love you dearly
although we have to part.

No need to gather up the evidence
to justify the emptiness inside
No need to pray and turn for guidance to the Providence:
it simply won't provide.
No need to ask your friends
for well-intentioned Good Advice -
they're happy to oblige.
(and though I know you want to)
no need to promise we will work it out
and start again
Let's simply turn the page.

It's a goodbye song
A little bitter, but it's sweet
And you always wanted one
It comes a little late - but it's complete
It's from the heart
Please remember: I love you dearly
although we have to part.

So I won't cling to you
because it's driving you away
No need for subterfuge
I've all run out of insights
and inspiring things to say.
No need to worry so about me
cause you know
I'm landing on my feet...

... a little late, but I'm complete.
I speak from the heart:
please remember, I love you dearly
although we have to part.
Please remember, I love you dearly

although we have to part.

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Songwriter(s): Daniel Dodd Wilson, Elizaveta Khripounova
Record Label(s): 2011 Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc
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