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Originally made famous by: The Everly Brothers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)

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


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


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