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Farewell Party lyrics

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Alan Jackson – Farewell Party lyrics

When the last breath of life, is gone, from my body,
And my lips, are as cold, as the sea,
When my friends, gather round, for my, Farewell party,
Won't you, pretend, you love me.

There l be flowers, from those, who will cry when I go,
And leave you, in this, ole world alone,
I know, you'll have fun, at my, Farewell party,
I know, you'll be glad, when I'm gone.

Don't be, mad at me, for wanting, to keep you,
Till my life, on this, ole world is through,
You'll be free, at the end, of my, Farewell party,
But I'll, go away, loving you.

There will be flowers, from those, who will cry, when I go,
And leave you, in this, ole world alone,
I know, you'll have fun, at my, Farewell party,
I know, you'll be glad, when I'm gone.

Oh I know, you'll be glad, when I'm gone.



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