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Glenn Morrison – Goodbye lyrics

It's enough, that I know
Our time had a home
In your heart was a place

But the glass always breaks
From the start we were brave
Yet it all seemed amazing


Now I
I wanna know
What it took to leave me

Now I
I wanna know
How would you fall
How would you


Goodbye and it starts to snow
In the streets of Mexico

Goodbye, I am left alone
In the streets of Mexico


Even now as I lay
There's a space you used to take

If I'd have known
What we made
Would be gone like yesterday
I'd have loved
You with grace

I'd have fought the darkness away
All your lies
Showed my way
Now I'm lost between the faces


Goodbye and it starts to snow
In the streets of Mexico
Goodbye, I am left alone
In the streets of Mexico
Goodbye and it starts to snow
In the streets of Mexico
Goodbye, I am left alone
In the streets of Mexico
[x2]

Goodbye, goodbye
In the streets of Mexico



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    To me, the song speaks of a man who's been left behind by his lover. As he reminisces of their memories together, he is inevitably brought back to the place where they first met--in the streets of Mexico. It all seemed like yesterday; the hot sun beating down while the tropical winds would brush lightly through their hair. The man tries to confide in knowing that their "time had a home, [and in her] heart was a place." An echo to Alfred Lord Tennyson's quote, the man desperately wants to believe that it was "better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." And yet the warmth of their love that turns cold suddenly turns into a gentle snow that falls exactly where they first met, right in the streets of Mexico.
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