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The Sounds Of Goodbye lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a very good country song recorded by George Morgan.
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The Sounds Of Goodbye Recorded by George Morgan Written by Eddie Rabbit and Dick Heard
C G7 F G7 C G7 F G7 Restless footsteps walking down the hallway in the middle of the night C G7 F G7 C G7 F G7 I start hearing little sounds becoming so magnified here in the quite F Em Dm C The kitchen phone that rings and when you answer quickly speaking in a F Em Dm Whisper I’m left to wonder why
F Em Dm G7 I’ve got a lonely feeling that I’m hearing C G7 F C G7 F G7 The sounds of goodbye the sounds of goodbye
C G7 F The stocking feet that softly tiptoe through the room G7 C G7 F G7 Where I lay half asleep C G7 F The clinking hangers fumbling hands that close G7 C G7 F G7 The closet door that always creaks F Em Dm C The snapping latches on the suitcase that you carried with you F Em Dm To your mothers on those weekends many times
C G7 F G7 C G7 F G7 The scratching of a pencil writing words upon a note I’ll hate to read C G7 F G7 C G7 F G7 The pounding in my heart so loud it’s drowning out the words I wanna speak F Em Dm C The kitchen light that switches off while I lay here alone F Em Dm And sudden darkness echoes through my mind
C G7 F The clicking of your high heels down the stairway G7 C G7 F G7 And across the marble floor C G7 F G7 C G7 F G7 I call your name and hear a deafening silence and the closing of a door F Em Dm C A roaring motor in the street a stranger’s cutting voice F Em Dm Then the violent rush of teardrops to my eyes
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