Aquarius7 Posted July 29, 2010 Report Share Posted July 29, 2010 The other night I went to the corner drugstore where my Mom used to do a lot of her shopping and where I shopped a lot with her and for her. I have been there a few times and it is not easy. The main reason I went this night was to return some of the things we had bought that she had never used. The manager knew who my Mom was and has been very sympathetic. It was very kind of him to give me a credit for so many items. I know he will be blessed for such kindness. Anyway, after doing that and then shopping I heard the music played over the speakers. For some reason, hearing the song and some of the lyrics made me absolutely lose it! It is a good thing it was late and there were not many other customers in the store! I tried to control myself but found myself going numb and could not move. Someone must have told the manager because he came and checked on me. I made it through when the song ended and was able to check out. But the words to the song I heard (though in my mind at the time were different to what the song's is actually about) and the music just got to me. It is in the key of E-flat major which is a beautiful, yet very melancholic key. In fact I listened to it a moment ago and completely lost it all over again. Well, here it is and it is a tear-jerker: And the words that just literally PARALYZE me: Let me tell you goodbye doesn't mean we'll never be together again. If you wake up and I'm not there I won't be long away 'cause the things you do my goodbye girl will bring me back to you. So remember goodbye doesn't mean forever. Let me tell you goodbye doesn't mean we'll never be together again. Though we may be so far apart, you still would have my heart. So forget your past, my goodbye girl 'cause now your home at last. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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