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Railroad station, midnight trains
Lonely airports in the rain
And somebody stands there with tears in their eyes
It's the same old scene, time after time
That's the trouble with all mankind somebody's always sayin goodbye
Taxi cabs leave in the night
Greyhound buses with red tail lights
Someone's leavin and someone's left behind
Well i don't know how things got that way
But every place you look these days
Somebody's always sayin goodbye
Take two people like me and you
We could have made it , we just quit too soon
Oh the two of us, we could have had it all
If we'd only tried
But that's the way love is, it seems
Just when you've got a real good thing
Somebody's always sayin goodbye
Somebody's always sayin goodbye



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