Ev’ry Time We Say Good­bye (2005)

Ev’ry time we say good­bye I die a little
Ev’ry time we say good­bye I won­der why a little
Why the Gods above me who must be in the know
Think so little of me they allow you to go

When you’re near there’s such an air of spring about it
I can hear a lark some­where begin to sing about it
There’s no love song finer
But how strange the change from major to minor
Ev’ry time we say good­bye.

When you’re near there’s such an air of spring about it
I can hear a lark some­where begin to sing about it
There’s no love song finer
But how strange the change from major to minor
Ev’ry time we say good­bye.

Cred­its

Words and music by Cole Port­er
Pub­lished by Chap­pell Music Ltd
Pro­duced by Huck­nall
Mixed by Johnny Wow
Recor­ded at Home by Michael Zim­mer­ling, with Andy Scade

Oth­er Info

This new ver­sion is on the Sim­pli­fied album (2005) and the com­pil­a­tion album The Greatest Hits 25 (2008)