No Goodbyes

Album: Young for Eternity (2005)
Charted: 27

Songfacts®:

  • This was the fifth and last single off of The Subways debut album Young for Eternity and sits in contrast to the other singles off the album in that it is more downbeat and acoustic.
  • Strangely, although this song was a single - and continued the band's streak of Top 30 charting singles - it appears to not have had such a long life with fans or being played live. Often, the most popular acoustic song off of Young for Eternity is "Mary" - a song written by singer Billy Lunn about his mother!

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