“Goodbye seems to be the hardest word” by Eureka C. Bianzon

Sitting in this plane seems that no one is around

Can’t even hear anything even people’s giggling sound

My heart bleeds knowing my life will be nothing without you

Tears I shed, leaving this place means of leaving you

 

Goodbye seems to be the hardest word I’ve known

Sorry If I ever hurt you

It’s really hard to let this feeling just let go

Our memories will always be in my heart

Those times when I was down I came to you

 

I’ll be in my new destination

Where there will be no one who could

Bring a smile on my face

You’re the one and the only reason

Why I remained standing despite those

Dreadful and weary days

 

Seeing this plane soar into the sky

Filled my eyes with tears

Goodbye seems to be the hardest feeling

And leaving you was my greatest fear

 

Goodbye seems to be the hardest word

But being far away means of loving you

Goodbye seems to be the hardest feeling

Yet setting you free is the best thing that I could do

 

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