Ella Fitzgerald - Every Time We Say Goodbye Lyrics

Song written by Cole Porter
Ella Fitzgerald - Every Time We Say Goodbye Lyrics


(from "Seven Lively Arts" - 1944 Broadway Musical)

Everytime we say goodbye,
I die a little,
Everytime we say goodbye,
I wonder why a little,
Why the Gods above me,
Who must be in the know.
Think so little of me,
They allow you to go.
When you're near,
There's such an air of spring about it,
I can hear a lark somewhere,
Begin to sing about it,
There's no love song finer,
But how strange the change from major to minor,
Everytime we say goodbye.
When you're near,
There's such an air of spring about it,
I can hear a lark somewhere,
Begin to sing about it,
There's no love song finer,
But how strange the change from major to minor,
Everytime we say goodbye.


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