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Spacehog – Goodbye Violet Race lyrics

(Royston Langdon)

Additional percussion by Alaric Lewis

Goodbye! Violet Race- I still love you
Goodbye! Violet Race- I still care about you

Fear no more, for here lies the body of Violet Race
She lay with all the dead rocks and indigenous remains
What happened to the place she used to know?
What happened to the love she used to show?
Goodbye! Violet Race- I still love you
Goodbye! Violet Race- I still care about you

And even though she's dead and gone she'll always be adored
Her life she lost although she won a prize for being a whore
But I guess you'll never know how far to go
But I guess she'll never know, she'll never know, she'll never know

Goodbye! Violet Race- I still love you
GoodBye! Violet Race- I still care
GoodBye! Violet Race- I still want you



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