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HELLO, MY LOVER, GOODBYE (Music: John Green / Lyrics: Edward Heyman) Ethel Merman (feat. in the short film "Roaming") - 1931 Frances Langford (feat. in the short film "Rambling 'Round Radio Row #4") - 1932 Bea Wain - 1943 Doris Day - 1956 As recorded by BEA WAIN: Love is a legend grown dimmer and dimmer There's nothing left but the tiniest glimmer of hope Where is the one who will make my life sunlit Where is the kiss that will mean more than one little flame Standing out in shame As I have romed around, I've always found That love will come and love will die It's always hello, my lover, goodbye There often came a night that brought delight But ended with a lonely cry It's always hello, my lover, goodbye I would be clay within love's hands I would obey all love's commands Yet, like the ever shifting sands I drift away I only hope to find some peace of mind And put an end to wond'ring why It's always hello, my lover, goodbye I would be clay within love's hands I would obey all love's commands Yet, like the ever shifting sands I drift away I only hope to find some peace of mind And put an end to wond'ring why It's always hello, my lover, goodbye (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2013)

    


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