Tuesday Tunes: Glenn Morrison feat. Islove, “Goodbye”

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Is it just me or does this song sound eerily similar to the classic “Every Breath You Take” by The Police? Regardless, it would be a perfect addition to the soundtrack for a chill out day at the beach bar.

“It’s enough, that I know
Our time had a home
In your heart was a place
But the glass always breaks
From the start we were brave
Yet it all seemed amazing

Now I
I wanna know
What it took to leave me
Now I
I wanna know
How would you fall
How would you

Goodbye and it starts to snow
In the streets of Mexico
Goodbye, I am left alone
In the streets of Mexico

Even now as I lay
There’s a space you used to take
If I’d have known
What we made
Would be gone like yesterday
I’d have loved
You with grace
I’d have fought the darkness away
All your lies
Showed my way
Now I’m lost between the faces

Goodbye and it starts to snow
In the streets of Mexico
Goodbye, I am left alone
In the streets of Mexico
Goodbye and it starts to snow
In the streets of Mexico
Goodbye, I am left alone
In the streets of Mexico
[x2]

Goodbye, goodbye
In the streets of Mexico”

Author: Tom W.

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4 Comments

  1. Yes! Every time I hear this song, I hear “Every Breath you Take”. In fact, I found this page because I search for “glenn morrison goodbye every breath you take”. I swear it must be done on purpose.

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    • Thanks for the comment! Glad to see I wasn’t the only one who thought this. Regardless, they’re both great songs!

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  2. That’s how I came across this blog too!!! My mum likes both songs but it drives her crazy because The Police must have heard this song by now and wouldn’t they have taken any action?

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    • It must have been different enough that they couldn’t do anything. That or they just didn’t care. šŸ™‚ Either way, it’s a great song! Thanks for the comment!

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