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Engelbert Humperdinck – There's No Good In Goodbye lyrics

Tears fall, times called
Sunsets in your heart
The games lost, the spinning world stops

You say the course has been run
Now the end has now come
Please don't mean it's over cause there's

No good in goodbye
Let's dry our tears and give this love
Just one more try

There's so much history
Don't throw it away
'Cause tomorrow's a brand new day
Stay with me

Dreams die, the crow will fly
A kiss can't last all night
The moon sinks and for my last wish
You and I share this heart
Please don't mean it's over cause there's

No good in goodbye
Let's dry our tears and give this love
Just one more try

There's so much history
Don't throw it away
'Cause tomorrow's a brand new day

Your heart [Incomprehensible]
Please don't take all the stars from the skies and

No good in goodbye
Let's dry our tears and give this love
Just one more try

There's so much history
Don't throw it away
'Cause tomorrow's a brand new day

And it's lived by destiny
Don't throw it away
Find a brand new day

We'll get out if we try
'Cause there's no good in goodbye



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/e/engelbert_humperdinck/theres_no_good_in_goodbye_lyrics.html

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