Say Goodbye

Album: Revolution Radio (2016)
  • Say goodbye to the ones that we love
    Say goodbye to the ones we love
    Say goodbye to the ones that we love
    Goodbye to the ones that we love

    Say goodbye to the ones that we love
    Say goodbye to the ones we love
    Say goodbye to the ones that we love
    Say goodbye to the ones that we love

    Violence on the rise
    Like a bullet in the sky
    Oh Lord have mercy on my soul
    Kindred Spirits sing
    For the sick and suffering
    The city of damage control
    This is how we (roll, roll)

    Say hello to the cops on patrol
    Say hello to the cops on patrol
    Say hello to the cops on patrol
    Say hello to the ones in control

    Teach our children well
    From the bottom of the well
    Oh Lord have mercy on my soul
    Hear the children sing
    For the sick and suffering
    The city of damage control
    This is how we (roll, roll)

    Violence on the rise
    Like a bullet in the sky
    Oh Lord have mercy on my soul
    Kindred Spirits sing
    For the sick and suffering
    The city of damage control
    This is how we live

    Say your prayer for the ones that we love
    Say your prayer for the ones who we love
    Say your prayer for the ones that we love
    Say goodbye to the ones that we love (this is how we)

    Say your prayer for the ones that we love
    Say your prayer for the ones who we love
    Say your prayer for the ones that we love
    Say goodbye to the ones that we love (this is how we) Writer/s: BILLIE JOE ARMSTRONG, MIKE RYAN PRITCHARD, FRANK EDWIN WRIGHT III
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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