Who Sang Goodbye? Triumvirat

Release information
Release Date: 1978
Genre: Electronic Rock
Style: Prog Rock/Symphonic Rock
length: 4:31
Some other versions of "Goodbye"

Lyrics
I'm aware that some of you
Who'll hear this song
Will wonder where I got it from
And yes, I know that this melody
Has a certain similiarity
With You-know-what
I'm just tryin' to let my heart describe
What music schools fail to supply
It's hard to see at twenty-five
That you have to start all over

But I don't mind, I don't mind
Because I think I'm gonna be alright
There may come what may
I'll let it be
And I know it's gonna work out fine

Oh it's nice, it's so nice
To sit and think about the fitting rhymes
I may have to here and there
Just stretch a chord or two
But boy, it feels so nice

I think I've jumped this fence before
And hurt my leg
Which didn't bother me at all
I kept on running miles on end
And didn't stop
Which was the real stupid way
So they say
Well I made it to my friends in time
But they had left I could have cried
1 sat there with a swollen knee
And the pain had been all wasted

But I don't mind, I don't mind
Because I think I'm gonna be alright
There may come what may
I'll let it be
And I know it's gonna work out fine

Oh It's nice, it's so nice
To sit and think about the fitting rhymes
I may have to here and there
Just stretch a chord or two
But boy it feels so nice

So good bye, good bye
I will never quit I'll keep on tryin'
Because I love myself much too much
And I'm sure that you won't mind

congas & maracas by malando gassama;
wood blocks & marimba by matthias holtmann;
strings arranged & directed by gordon marron;
electric guitar by wolfgang maus

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Waterfall
  • 2 (Oh, I'm) Late Again
  • 3 Jo Ann Walker
  • 4 For You
  • 5 I Don't Even Know Your Name
  • 6 A Bavarian in New York
  • 7 Original Soundtrack From the Movie "O.C.S.I.D."
  • 8 Darlin'
  • 9 Goodbye

  • Release information
    label: Harvest
    country(area): Germany
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin