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Suzy Bogguss – Saying Goodbye To A Friend lyrics

Saying Goodbye To A Friend
Suzy Bogguss
Album: Give Me Some Wheels

If I lose my concentration
Disappear from the conversation
Don't mind me
I'm saying goodbye to a friend

I try to start each day out cheerful
But if my eyes get blue and tearful
Please understand
I'm saying goodbye to a friend

I broke a glass while I was washing dishes
Fell to the floor in a million pieces
It's not just something you can pick up in your hand
These little things that shouldn't matter
Make something inside me shatter
And I'm on my knees
Saying goodbye to a friend

Like the end an era
Like a scene in a rearview mirror
I Thought I'd got past it
Now I'm looking at it, again
Saying goodbye to a friend



All our secret dreams and fears
All that's left of those hard earned years
Kick up like dry leaves
And drift off on the wind
Just when I think I've let it go
I catch a chill and that wind will blow
I'm out in the cold
Saying goodbye to a friend

Like the end an era
Like a scene in a rearview mirror
I Thought I'd got past it
Now I'm looking at it, again
Saying goodbye to a friend

Looking, again
Saying goodbye to a friend...



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