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The Last Goodbye lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, it a very good country song recorded by Ernest Tubb.
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The Last Goodbye Recorded by Ernest Tubb Written by Ernest Tubb and Sammy Farsmark
C C7 F D7 We had promised to be wed when we said goodbye that night G7 C While the moon and stars were shining from the sky C7 F D7 For our hearts were full of joy and the future looked so bright G7 C I never thought that we were sayin' our last goodbye
C7 F D7 I was only leaving you for just a little while G7 C To find a home where we'd be happy by and by C7 F D7 Then you kissed me with a smile and you said you'd wait for me G7 C I never thought that we were sayin' our last goodbye
C7 F D7 It was only one short year till I found a little place G7 C And started home to you to hear your happy sigh C7 F D7 I was thinking only of the smile upon your face G7 C I never thought that we had said our last goodbye
C7 F D7 Oh the story that was told when I knocked upon your door G7 C Broke my heart in two and how it made me cry C7 F D7 For that told me you had gone and didn't love me anymore G7 C And then I knew that we had said our last goodbye
C7 F D7 No one never can be told what the hand of fate will deal G7 C And we do not know the time that we will die C7 F D7 So don't ever be too sure that your love is always real G7 C You'll never know the sadness of our last goodbye
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