Who Sang Bye Bye Love? The Cars

The Cars The Cars cover art

Some other versions of "Bye Bye Love"
Credits
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Ric Ocasek
release date: 1978-6-6
genres: Electronic Rock Pop
styles: New Wave/Pop Rock/Synth-pop/Classic Rock
length: 4:14
producer: Roy Thomas Baker
I can't feel this way much longer
Expecting to survive
With all these hidden innuendoes
Just waiting to arrive

It's such a wavy midnight
And you slip into insane
Electric angel rock and roller
I hear what you're playin'

It's an orangy sky
Always it's some other guy
It's just a broken lullaby
Bye bye love
Bye bye love
Bye bye love
Bye bye love

Substitution mass confusion
Clouds inside your head
Involving all my energies
Until you visited

With your eyes of porcelain and of blue
They shock me into sense
You think you're so illustrious
You call yourself intense

It's an orangy sky
Always it's some other guy
It's just a broken lullaby
Bye bye love
Bye goo' bye love
bye bye love
Bye bye love

Substitution mass confusion
Clouds inside your head
Well foggin' all my energies
Until you visited

With your eyes of porcelain and of blue
They shock me into sense
You think you're so illustrious
You call yourself intense

It's an orangy sky
Always it's some other guy
It's just a broken lullaby
Bye bye love
Bye bye love
Bye bye love
Bye bye love



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Good Times Roll
  • 2 My Best Friend's Girl
  • 3 Just What I Needed
  • 4 I'm in Touch With Your World
  • 5 Don't Cha Stop
  • 6 You're All I've Got Tonight
  • 7 Bye Bye Love
  • 8 Moving in Stereo
  • 9 All Mixed Up

  • Album Information
    label: Elektra
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin