Album: The Producers soundtrack (2001)
  • There are many songs called simply "Goodbye" including the final number from the 2005 film and musical The Producers. Like the rest of the score it was written by Mel Brooks. It is performed by the Company, and is a fitting end to a show that is not to be taken seriously. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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