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Goodbye (She Quietly Says)
Composer
Jake Holmes
Lyricist
Bob Gaudio
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Album
Watertown (1970)
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Release
1970
Recording
July 1969
Release
1970
Recording
July 1969
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For the song featured in the 1958 album, Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely, see "Goodbye".

"Goodbye (She Quietly Says)" is a song featured in the 1970 album Watertown.

Lyrics Edit

There is no great big ending, no sunset in the sky
There is no string ensemble, and she doesn't even cry
And just as I begin to say that we should make another try
She reaches out across the table looks at me and quietly says good-bye
There is no big explosion, no tempest in the tea
The world does not stop turning round, there's no big tragedy
Sitting in a coffee shop with cheesecake and some apple pie
She reaches out across the table looks at me and quietly says good-bye
Good-bye, said so easily, Good-bye, said so quietly
Good-bye, good-bye, good-bye, just two always strangers avoid each other's eyes
One still make believing, one still telling lies, she tells me that I'm not to blame
But when I ask the reason why
She reaches out across the table looks at me and quietly says good-bye
Good-bye, said so easily. Good-bye, said so quietly
Good-bye, good-bye, good-bye
She reaches out across the table looks at me and quietly says good-bye

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