No Good In Goodbye

Album: Sweet and Wild (2010)
  • Once upon time used to feel so fine
    I really mean to shine
    We'd laugh like we were drunk on wine
    But not anymore
    No not anymore
    No not anymore
    No not anymore
    Used to feel so good
    Used to laugh like we should
    We did what we could
    Come on baby I'm sorry
    Would you open the door
    Come on open the door
    Come on open the door
    Come on open the door

    [Chorus]
    Baby don't say the stars are falling from your eyes
    Baby just say, say you need me one more time
    For you and I
    There is no good in goodbye

    You know I used to love to leave,
    Always had something up my sleeve,
    I guess I mistook being alone for being free,
    But no never again
    No never again
    No never again
    No never again

    [Chorus]

    Yes I too was just like you,
    Finding comfort in a strangers face,
    In some darkened place where no one knew my name
    And I was slow to see that everything had changed
    And I was sad to see that I would never be the same
    But without you by my side I'd go insane,
    You make the world make sense
    Baby, you make the world make sense

    [Chorus]

    For you and I
    There is no good in goodbye
    There'll be no goodbye Writer/s: SHAYE SMITH, JEWEL KILCHER, JASON MICHAEL CARROLL
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Shane from Atlanta , GaJewel wrote this song early in her career and only performed it a few times and put it away and forgot about it until after recording another song with the same title with jason michael carroll and during a show some fans asked if no good in goodbye was going to be on her next album and after explaining that it was on his album some fans reminded her of this song and she went and looked it up in her book of songs and she liked it and made it on her next album after all....
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