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Paul Anka – No Goodbyes lyrics

She left me one misty morning
She left without warning, I woke up alone
I loved her more than I should have
More than I would have if I had known

And the note she wrote said she had to go
But she didn't say what my heart must know
Now, she's left me here with a thousand lies
There were no goodbyes

Taught me what dreams were made of
Each time we made love she took me away
And I told her each time I'd hold her
As I'd enfold her, she'd hear me say

Till the oceans roar 'comes a tender sight
Till the stars no more fill the midnight sky
But a fool believes what a fool denies
There were no goodbyes

Alone again, I'm all alone again
Though I thought we'd share each day, tomorrow's unknown again
On my own again, oh, I'm on my own again
Did I fall too fast for love to ever last

When that face of hers filled these hopeful eyes
Did I know her love or did I fantasize?
Yes a fool believes what a fool denies
There were no goodbyes

Yes a fool believes what a fool denies
There were no goodbyes, no goodbyes

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