Track Title:               Bye Bye, Love
Album Title:               Genius & Soul, The 50th Anv. Coll. Vol. 3


Prime Artist:              Ray Charles     (Robinson)
Arranger:                  Gerald Wilson
Background Vocal:          The Raeletts

Drums:                     Edward Bruno Carr
Guitar:                    Elbert Sonny Forriest
Bass:                      Edgar Willis
Saxophone:                 Leroy (Hog) Cooper

Saxophone:                 Donald Wilkerson
Saxophone:                 Rudy Powell
Saxophone:                 Hank Crawford     (Bennie C.)
Saxophone:                 David (Fathead) Newman

Trumpet:                   Philip Guilbeau
Trumpet:                   John Hunt
Trumpet:                   Martin Banks
Trumpet:                   Wallace Davenport

Originally made famous by: The Everly Brothers
Producer:                  Sid Feller
Written by:                Felice Bryant
Written by:                Boudleaux Bryant

Trombone:                  James Harbert
Trombone:                  Frederic Keg Johnson
Trombone:                  Dickie Wells
Trombone:                  George Matthews

From the Album:            Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music,  1962 (A)

Lyrics:
Bye bye love
Bye bye happiness, hello loneliness
I think I'm-a gonna cry-y
Bye bye love, bye bye sweet caress, hello emptiness
I feel like I could di-ie
Bye bye my love goodby-eye

There goes my baby with-a someone new
She sure looks happy, I sure am blue
She was my baby till he stepped in
Goodbye to romance that might have been

CHORUS

I'm-a through with romance, I'm a-through with love
I'm through with a'countin' the stars above
And here's the reason that I'm so free
My lovin' baby is through with me

CHORUS

Bye bye my love goodby-eye
Bye bye my love goodby-eye

FADE: Bye bye my love goodby-eye
Bye bye my love goodby-eye

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