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It Takes So Long (To Say Goodbye)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of You Were Made For Love / It Takes So Long (To Say Goodbye) on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - CL. • Format: Shellac 10 Dean Martin - You Were Made For Love / It Takes So Long (To Say Goodbye) (, Shellac) | .
  2. It takes so long to say goodbye Goodbye is a long, long time Tonight my love the moonbeams shine Upon your dream and mine So take my kiss to sleep View full lyrics.
  3. IT TAKES SO LONG (TO SAY GOODBYE) (Haven Gillespie / Larry Shay) Dean Martin It takes so long to say goodbye Goodbye is a long, long time Tonight my love the moonbeams shine Upon your dream and mine So take my kiss to sleep with you This kiss of love divine Oh it takes so long to say goodbye Goodbye is a long, long time (So take my kiss to sleep with you This kiss of love divine) Oh it takes.
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  5. Check out It Takes So Long (To Say Goodbye) by Dean Martin on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on miibartnamursificarfihejetocom.coinfo5/5(1).
  6. It's called Why Is it take so long to say goodbye and it's a truthful account of a relationship that took a while to unwind because both of us really truly love each other and. figure out by the end it didn't work And before we never spoke again. and weren't each other's lives we decided to separate. And this is that song so please enjoy.
  7. Jul 27,  · Talking about the song Joe says: “I wrote ‘Why Does It Take So Long To Say Goodbye’ about a previous relationship that I was in. We were together for five years, and we held on until the very last day. We fought for it, and fought for it, and we finally figured out it just wasn’t going to work. So that song was very autobiographical.
  8. So long, an expression of farewell, is a colloquialism that we take for granted as being a logical construction. It'll only be so long before you meet again, right? However, no senses of these two words actually add up to mean "good-bye." So where did it come from?

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