Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye)

Album: The Four Seasons Entertain You (1965)
Charted: 12
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  • If you hate me after what I say
    I can't put it off any longer
    I just got to tell you anyway

    Bye bye baby, baby goodbye (bye baby, baby bye bye)
    Bye bye baby, don't make me cry (bye baby, baby bye bye)

    You're the one girl in town I'd marry
    Girl I'd marry you now if I were free
    I wish it could be

    I could love you, but why begin it
    'Cause there ain't any future in it
    She's got me and I'm not free so

    Bye bye baby, baby goodbye (bye baby, baby bye bye)
    Bye bye baby, don't make me cry (bye baby, baby bye bye)

    Guess I never will know you better
    Wish I knew you before I met her
    Gee, how good you would be for me

    Should have told you that I can't linger
    There's a wedding band on my finger
    She's got me and I'm not free so

    Bye bye baby, baby goodbye (bye baby, baby bye bye)
    Bye bye baby, don't make me cry (bye baby, baby bye bye) Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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  • Jennifur Sun from RamonaWish there was some way of finding out who played on the Four Seasons recordings.
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