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​Never Stop (To Say Goodbye)

This song is by The Suburbs and appears on the album Suburbs (1986).

I'm driving my car
It's out of my way
The sun's beating down on my metal back
My tear-soaked face
My chromium mask
I'm running to this and hiding from that

I can't stop now
I'll be a photograph
I can't stop now
I'll be a photograph

And I never stop to say goodbye
I never stop to even try
'Cause I never say goodbye
I'm a ghost in an old ghost town
I never stop to say goodbye
I'm a bird that can't come down

I always knew
That you would leave me someday
But why did it have to be today?
You were the light
When I needed to see
You were the lone horn
That was dear to me

So I stand alone
The wind rushes overhead
I never say goodbye
I'm a ghost in an old ghost town
I never stop to say goodbye
I'm a bird that can't come down

I never stop to say goodbye
I never stop to even try
I never say goodbye
I never say goodbye

I never stop to even try
I never say goodbye
Never say goodbye

I'm a ghost in an old ghost town
I never stop to say even try
When I'm going I don't know why

Why?