Our Last Goodbye – Song and Lyrics by 911

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Discover the poetic beauty in ‘Our Last Goodbye’ by 911. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of 911 or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

Baby, don’t cry
Open your eyes

Here in the dead of the night
Lying here with you by my side
Don’t know if this is wrong or it’s right
Wishing this was just another day
Baby, I can feel it’s too late
Just another cruel twist of fate
Looking back through the years
Time has dried all our tears
But all good things must end, oh, just listen

Baby, don’t cry, I can see we’ve lost the feeling
Won’t you open your eyes and try to find your smile
We’ve known each other too long to let it all slip away
But when all’s said and done, we’ve said our last goodbye
Baby, don’t cry

Baby, we’ve been living a lie
And even though it hurts deep inside
I know there can be no, no, no compromise
‘Cause too many chances have passed
And if you want a love that can last
Never try to push things too fast
And even though I’ve no regrets
I still recall the night we met
We said we’d never end, so, baby, listen

Baby, don’t cry, I can see we’ve lost the feeling
Won’t you open your eyes and try to find your smile
We’ve known each other too long to let it all slip away
But when all’s said and done, we’ve said our last goodbye
Baby, don’t cry

All the memories we had, I wouldn’t change a thing
And with the lights down low, I’m dreaming of what could have been
Even though we’ve tried so many times before
I’ll take one look around before I close the door
With this one last kiss, I know deep down inside
The beginning of the end, the ending of our time
Maybe we could try, but, no, it’s just too late
Just another cruel twist of fate

Looking back through the years, time has dried all our tears
But all good things must end, oh, just listen