Goodbye

Say goodbye to the younger man
Say goodbye to his dreams and plans
Say goodbye to the childhood friends
Who saw life through a different lens
Say goodbye to the old hometown
Say goodbye with your windows down
Say goodbye to the Sunday prayer
And say goodbye to the beds we shared

Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye

Say goodbye to wide-legged flares
Say goodbye to being unprepared
Say goodbye to the smoky bars
And say goodbye to all those broken cars

But I
Won’t say goodbye to you
And I
Hope it’s the same for you
Until we die

Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye

Say goodbye to the neighbourhood
And goodbye to the stone and wood
Say goodbye to the Harbour shore
And goodbye to all the sights we saw
Say goodbye to Blues Point Road
New Year’s Eve down it people flowed
Say goodbye to the lines we traced
And say goodbye to that happy place

But I
Won’t say goodbye to you
And I
Hope it’s the same for you
Until we die

Goodbye
Goodbye

To the younger man
To his dreams and plans
To the childhood friends
Through a different lens
To the old hometown
With the windows down
Sunday prayer
To the beds we shared

Goodbye…