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​Another Last Goodbye

This song is by Aerosmith and appears on the album Music from Another Dimension! (2012).

Original video
Hey
Give my heart a break
You say it's you that loves me more
And then you kick and slam your door

Hey
While you're on your way
I want to thank you for the ride
And pull the thorn out of my side

And call me your baby
I kissed away the tears you cried
And then you go and leave me
Pissed off and alone
It's all about your sweet thing
Or maybe it's the devil in your eyes
Yeah, what it take to make this love survive

Another last goodbye (ooh ah)
Another last goodbye (ooh ah)

You crash and burn as the pages turned
In your black book full of names
And then you throw your frozen heart
Out in somebody else's flames

And it's a low down dirty, dirty shame
Don't let this love slip through the tracks
I miss your claw marks on my back

And call me your baby
I kissed away the tears you cried
And then you go and leave me
Pissed off and alone
Yeah, It's all about your sweet thing
Or maybe it's the devil in your eyes
Yeah, what it takes to make this love survive

Another last goodbye (ooh ah)
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

I believe I've always been in love with you
Though we got caught up in the sway
Never know in where we left
Been off the hook and out of hand
Sometimes I feel that love's a crime
'Cause I remember, yeah, the very first time

You call me your baby
I kissed away the tears you cried
And then you go and leave me
Pissed off and alone
Yeah, it's all about your sweet thing
Or maybe it's the devil in your eyes
Yeah, what it take to make this love survive

Another last goodbye (ooh ah)
Yeah, yeah, yeah (ooh ah)
Another last goodbye (ooh)
Another last goodbye (ooh ah)
Another last goodbye (ah)
Another last goodbye (ooh ah)
Another last goodbye (ah)
Another last goodbye (ooh ah)
Another last goodbye

We now return your perception of reality to you
Until next time

Music by:

Desmond Child Wikipedia16 / Joe Perry / Steven Tyler

Lyrics by:

Desmond Child / Steven Tyler