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95 Songs About Saying Goodbye

Updated on January 16, 2017
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If you are saying goodbye to someone you know, we have a huge list of pop, rock and country songs.
If you are saying goodbye to someone you know, we have a huge list of pop, rock and country songs. | Source

Goodbye Can Be Difficult

With each goodbye we say, we mourn the loss of pattern and familiarity in our lives. Marriages, friendships, jobs, and love affairs end. New career opportunities take us to different locations. Children go off to college. Loved ones die.

Some of the hardest goodbyes are the ones that are sudden, unexpected and don't allow the luxury of parting words or gestures. At times it's a choice, while at others it's chance. If you're fortunate, you get to say farewell. But that often doesn't make the transition easier. Is it any wonder that many of life's most stressful events involve goodbyes? (See table below.)

If you're struggling with a goodbye, why not assemble a Goodbye Playlist for yourself or someone important in your life? Below, we have a long list of pop, rock, and country favorites to get you started. Our list includes songs that are wistful, melancholy, celebratory, grateful, and even snarky. You're bound to find some to ease you through this transition.

"Every parting is a form of death, as every reunion is a type of heaven." - Tryon Edwards, American theologian
"Every parting is a form of death, as every reunion is a type of heaven." - Tryon Edwards, American theologian | Source

10 Most Stressful Life Events: Many Involve Goodbyes

 
 
1. Death of a spouse
6. Period of homelessness
2. Jail sentence
7. Immediate family member seriously ill
3. Death of immediate family member
8. Job termination (head of household)
4. Immediate family member commits suicide
9. Divorce
5. Getting into debt beyond means of repayment
10. Break-up of family
Source: The Life Events Inventory: Spurgeon, Jackson & Beach (2001)

1. "Goodbye My Lover" by James Blunt

Clinging to the remnants of a dying relationship, the narrator in this 2005 song reminisces about all that he and his lover have been through. He grieves the loss of their relationship. They have been sweethearts and friends, and it wounds his soul to say goodbye.

2. "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" by Green Day

Sometimes your life path diverges from that of friends and loved ones, as educational opportunities, job changes, or relationship obligations send you to far flung places. This 1997 song sees such forks in the road as unpredictable and normal. As he says goodbye, the narrator rejoices, "I hope you had the time of your life."

3. "One More Day" by Diamond Rio

Goodbye has been difficult for the narrator in this 2000 country song. He has been left mourning the end of his relationship with the woman he loves, and more than anything he wishes he could spend one more day with her. Don't wait until goodbye to say what you need to say.

Diamond Rio was formed in 1982 when they performed as a musical attraction at Opryland USA Theme Park in Nashville under the name "The Grizzly River Boys." Decades later, the band mates go by a different name but still haven't said goodbye to one another.

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4. "The Dance" by Garth Brooks

If you've ever had a relationship that was perfect while it lasted but ended badly or too soon, then this 1989 country hit will resonate. The man in the song recalls the high point in the relationship when the couple danced under the stars. He had no idea that goodbye was in their future, but he still wouldn't trade their time and experience together for anything:

And now I'm glad I didn't know
The way it all would end, the way it all would go
Our lives are better left to chance
I could have missed the pain
But I'd have had to miss the dance.

Goodbyes are not forever.  Goodbyes are not the end.  They simply mean I'll miss you until we meet again.
Goodbyes are not forever. Goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean I'll miss you until we meet again. | Source

5. "Candle in the Wind" by Elton John

Originally written as a tribute to iconic blond actress Marilyn Monroe (née Norma Jean Mortensen), this 1973 song recounts the meteoric rise and tragic death of a Hollywood legend. Because her mother was a paranoid schizophrenic, as a child Marilyn found herself in foster care and in an orphanage. She endured abuse and deep feelings of rejection.

As Marilyn became a model and actress and eventually rose to the heights of super-stardom, she struggled with addiction, depression, and deep issues with trust. At only 36 years old, the American icon died of a suspected drug overdose. Her death was ruled a suspected suicide.

"Candle in the Wind" captures both her conflicted and larger-than-life persona:

And it seems to me you lived your life
Like a candle in the wind
Never knowing who to cling to
When the rain set in.
And I would have liked to know you
But I was just a kid
Your candle burned out long before
Your legend ever did.

Elton John rewrote the song in 1997 after the death of Princess Diana of Wales. This version became the second-biggest selling song of all time.

6. "Farewell" by Rihanna

In this 2011 song, Rihanna is having trouble saying goodbye to an important person in her life who is striking out on their own in search of a better future. She wants to tag along but knows that as much as it hurts, she needs to stay and let them fly free.

7. "I Will Remember You" by Sarah McLaughlin

Standing at the edge of goodbye, the narrator in the 1995 song emphasizes to the one she is parting with that it's important to recall the good memories without the tears. She promises to remember her friend and hopes that they will remember her fondly as well.

8. "50 Ways to Say Goodbye" by Train

When the narrator in this 2012 song is suddenly dumped by his lover without an adequate explanation, he replies, "Help me, help me, I'm no good at goodbyes!"

He promises to be classy, however when it comes to explaining the demise of the relationship to friends, he generates a number of funny excuses about why the relationship ended. Anyone who has ever experienced a bitter goodbye can appreciate this song.

9. "I’m Movin’ On" by Rascal Flatts

This 2001 country song is about a narrator who has struggled with personal ghosts and demons. Now he's sold his belongings and is moving out of town in search of forgiveness.

Sometimes parting ways is the healthiest for everyone involved:

There comes a time in everyone's life
When all you can see are the years passing by
And I have made up my mind that those days are gone.

10. "Goodbye to You" by Scandal

It's okay to celebrate saying "see ya later" (or "see ya never") if you want to! As much as such loves him, the narrator in this 1982 hit song is finally done with waiting for her beau to love her back. She's been holding on too long and has decided to cut him loose, promising to recall both the good and the bad times. Sassy and in your face, she tells him that her heart just doesn't feel the same, so "Goodbye to you."

11. "You're Gonna Miss This" by Trace Adkins

Some of us look all too forward to the next phase of our lives without fully valuing what we now have. In this 2008 country ballad, a teenage girl is overly eager about turning 18 and leaving home. Later, a new bride can't wait to have kids as she decorates her one-room apartment, and then a young exasperated mother apologizes to a plumber for her crying children.

The song emphasizes the value of appreciating what you have now rather than wanting to say goodbye to each of life's precious phases. The song resonated with singer Trace Adkins so much because he has five daughters of his own.

12. "Don’t You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds

In this quintessential 1980s hit, the guy that's left dancing alone when his partner says goodbye wonders how parting ways will affect their relationship.

  • Will she call his name?
  • Will she try to deny the depth of their shared feelings?
  • Will she walk on by, pretending "they" never happened?

This 1985 song was a worldwide hit in 1985 and appeared in the coming-of-age movie, "The Breakfast Club."

"Never part without loving words to think of during your absence.  It may be that you will not meet again in this life." - Jean Paul Richter, German writer
"Never part without loving words to think of during your absence. It may be that you will not meet again in this life." - Jean Paul Richter, German writer | Source

13. "You’ll Think of Me" by Keith Urban

The heartbroken man in this 2004 country goodbye song is losing sleep as he ruminates about the way his sweetheart broke up with him (she cheated). He finds solace, however, in mentally fast-forwarding to the day when she comes to her senses and realizes what she gave up. At that point, he plans to be over her and on to the next chapter in his life:

Take your records, take your freedom
Take your memories I don't need 'em
Take your space and take your reasons
But you'll think of me.

14. "Bye Bye Bye" by 'NSYNC

Tired of providing emotional support to someone who doesn't return it, the narrator in this 2000 song tells her that enough is enough. He won't be her fool any longer:

Bye bye
I'm checking out, I'm signing off
I don't want to be the loser, and I've had enough.

Ever felt like that?

How To Say "Goodbye" In 10 Languages

word
language
arrivederci
Italian
au revoir
French
auf Wiedersehen
German
adiós
Spanish
selamat tinggal
Indonesian
tot ziens
Dutch
adeus
Portuguese
dovidenia
Slovak
bay-bay
Haitian Creole
la revedere
Romanian
There are often multiple ways to say "goodbye" in each language.

15. "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye" by Patty Loveless

In this 1993 song, a devoted mother helps her daughter say goodbye through three important life transitions: moving away from a childhood friend, divorcing her husband, and losing her mother. The mother asks the daughter:

And she said, "How can I help you to say goodbye?
It's okay to hurt and it's okay to cry.
Come let me hold you and I will try.
How can I help you to say goodbye?"

"Only in the agony of parting do we look into the depths of love." - George Eliot, English writer of the Victorian era
"Only in the agony of parting do we look into the depths of love." - George Eliot, English writer of the Victorian era | Source

16. "Say Something, I'm Giving Up On You" by A Great Big World

Anyone who has felt the desperation and loneliness of a relationship that is going nowhere can appreciate this 2013 song. The narrator admits he feels depleted and in over his head. He still loves his partner and is pushing aside all pride, begging for some kind of validation in return. Against the deafening silence, he is ready to say goodbye.

"It's not the goodbyes that hurt but the flashbacks that follow." - Unknown
"It's not the goodbyes that hurt but the flashbacks that follow." - Unknown | Source

17. "What Hurts the Most" by Rascal Flatts

The words that he left unspoken are the ones that haunt the protagonist in this 2006 Grammy-nominated song. Having said goodbye without expressing himself to the woman he still loves, he must now relive their goodbye and force a smile when he sees their old friends.

Consider it a lesson learned the hard way:

What hurts the most was being so close
And havin' so much to say
And watchin' you walk away
And never knowin' what could've been.

18. "A Better Man" by Clint Black

As he says goodbye to a love he knew wouldn't last, the man in this 1989 country hit expresses gratitude for what he has gained from their relationship. He is thankful for what his partner has given him over the years and for inspiring him to be a better man. He claims that he can do things now that he previously couldn't, and he feels lucky to have known her this way.

"A man never knows how to say goodbye; a woman never knows when to say it.' - Helen Rowland, American journalist
"A man never knows how to say goodbye; a woman never knows when to say it.' - Helen Rowland, American journalist | Source

19. "Don't Forget to Remember Me" by Carrie Underwood

In this 2006 song, an 18-year-old girl prepares to strike out on her own. As she loads her Chevy, she's more than ready but her mother finds it hard to say goodbye. She offers practical advice, trying to delay their farewell. Later, as the daughter faces bills of her own and the realities of life as an adult, she recalls all that she misses about the life she left behind.

20. "Go Your Own Way" by Fleetwood Mac

When you've given your heart to someone and they won't take it, there's no real choice but to say goodbye. This 1977 classic is about the heart wrenching realization that the one you love doesn't love you as much as you love them. The song was written as Lindsay Buckingham's harsh response to "Dreams," a Fleetwood Mac song that Stevie Nicks about wanting to end their relationship.

How lucky I am to have known someone who was so hard to say goodbye to.
How lucky I am to have known someone who was so hard to say goodbye to. | Source

Even More Songs About Saying Goodbye

Song
Artist
Year Released
21. Gone, Gone, Gone
Phillip Phillips
2012
22. Goodbye Kiss
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
2010
23. See You Again
Carrie Underwood
2012
24. Leaving on a Jet Plane
Peter, Paul and Mary
1969
25. Here’s to the Night
Eve 6
2000
26. Beautiful Goodbye
Maroon 5
2012
27. Last Goodbye
Miranda Lambert
2001
28. When I Get Where I’m Going
Brad Paisley
2005
29. It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday
Boyz II Men
1991
30. Good In Goodbye
Carrie Underwood
2012
31. 26 Cents
The Wilkinsons
1998
32. I Can Still Make Cheyenne
George Strait
1996
33. Save a Place for Me
Matthew West
2008
34. See You Later, Alligator
Bill Haley and The Comets
1957
35. I've Had the Time of My Life
Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes
1987
36. Here Comes Goodbye
Rascal Flatts`
2009
37. Say Goodbye
Skillet
2006
38. Goodbye, Goodbye
Tegan and Sara
2013
39. Hello, Goodbye
The Beatles
1967
40. Hit the Road Jack
Ray Charles
1961
41. Never Can Say Goodbye
Jackson 5
1971
42. Photograph
Nickelback
2005
43. Happy Trails to You
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
1952
44. A Broken Wing
Martina McBride
1997
45. Final Goodbye
Usher
1994
46. I Will Always Love You
Dolly Parton
1974
47. Midnight Train to Georgia
Gladys Knight and the Pips
1973
48. The Long Goodbye
Brooks & Dunn
2001
49. On the Road Again
Willie Nelson
1998
50. How Do I Live Without You?
LeeAnn Rimes
1997
51. Goodbye Says It All
Blackhawk
1993
52. You Don’t Even Know Who I Am
Patty Loveless
1994
53. November Rain
Guns 'N Roses
1991
54. Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough
Patty Smyth featuring Don Henley
1992
55. Farewell to You
White Lion
1991
56. Graduation (Friends Forever)
Vitamin C
1999
57. What Might've Been
Little Texas
1993
58. I Can't Make You Love Me
Bonnie Raitt
1991
59. Wide Open Spaces
The Dixie Chicks
1998
60. Kiss This
Aaron Tippin
2000
61. What About Love?
Heart
1985
62. Gone
Montgomery Gentry
2004
63. Goodbye My Friend
Spice Girls
1998
64. See You Again
Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth
2015
65. My Old Friend
Tim McGraw
2004
66. If You Get There Before I Do
Collin Raye
1991
67. Goodbye To You
Michelle Branch
2000
68. I Love You, Goodbye
Celine Dion
1992
69. Never Say Goodbye
Bon Jovi
1986
70. Save Tonight
Eagle Eye Cherry
1997
71. Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)
Bananarama
1983
72. Sad Eyes
Robert John
1979
73. She Never Cried In Front Of Me
Toby Keith
2008
74. It Must've Been Love
Roxette
1992
75. Not A Day Goes By
Lonestar
2001
76. On My Way
Phil Collins
2003
77. Tears In Heaven
Eric Clapton
1992
78. Friends Never Say Goodbye
Elton John
2000
79. One Day Goodbye Will Be Farewell
Morrissey
2009
80. Say Goodbye
Chris Brown
2005
81. Goodbye
Air Supply
1993
82. I Will Not Say Goodbye
Danny Gokey
2010
83. A Bad Goodbye
Clint Black featuring Wyonna Judd
1993
84. Goodbye Time
Blake Shelton
2004
85. It's Not Goodbye
Laura Pausini
1998
86. Kiss and Say Goodbye
The Manhattans
1976
87. The Power Of Goodbye
Madonna
1998
88. Say Goodbye
Katharine McPhee
2010
89. Baby Bye Bye
Gary Morris
1984
90. Send Me On My Way
Rusted Root
1995
91. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
Paul Simon
1975
92. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
Willie Nelson
1975
93. As You Turn Away
Lady Antebellum
2011
94. I Remember
AlunaGeorge
2016
95. Separate Ways
Journey
1983
Got a song suggestion for our Goodbye Playlist? Leave us a comment in the Comment Section below!
Goodbyes are also new beginnings.
Goodbyes are also new beginnings. | Source

What's In A Name? Locations With Names Associated with Goodbyes

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A markerBowl of Tears, Colorado, USA -
Bowl of Tears, Colorado 81645, USA
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B markerBye, Sweden -
Bye, Sweden
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C markerDetach Lake, Canada -
Detach Lake, Rainy River, Unorganized, ON P0T, Canada
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D markerFarewell, Alaska, USA -
Farewell Airport (FWL), Farewell, AK, USA
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E markerGoing Lake, Canada -
Going Lake, Sudbury, Unorganized, North Part, ON P0M, Canada
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F markerGone, Chad -
Gone, Chad
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G markerGoodbye Lake, California, USA -
Goodbye Lake, California 96086, USA
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H markerLake Lament, Canada -
Lac Lament, Lac-Pythonga, QC J0W, Canada
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I markerParting, Austria -
Parting, Austria
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J markerWeeping Water, Nebraska, USA -
Weeping Water, NE 68463, USA
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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Larry - It makes me wonder whether I should've subdivided the list. 91 is a whole lot. But thank you! Have a great week.

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      Larry Rankin 6 months ago from Oklahoma

      You sure know your music!

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Valene - I think that one's on my Break Up Playlist. It's desperately heart-wrenching. Thank you for stopping by!

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      Valene 6 months ago from Missouri

      Wow, what a great list you've made! I always liked that "I can't make you love me" song by Bonnie Raitt, which I guess is more a break up song than a goodbye song.

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Catherine - You have no idea how many times I have the wrong artist and have to double check myself! (That's why it takes me so long to publish these.) You are wonderful just as you are, lovely Catherine! Don't change a thing.

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      Catherine Giordano 6 months ago from Orlando Florida

      FlorishAnyway: Forgive my senility. Now that you mention it, it probably was Peter Paul and Mary. The airplane part probably caused me to think Jefferson Airplane. I can't trust my memory anymore. I am glad you included it.

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Catherine - A number of artists recorded many of these songs. As for that one, I listed it as #24 and credited Peter, Paul & Mary, although John Denver could have also been mentioned. It does have a very nice appeal, all these years later! Thank you for sharing your trip down memory lane.

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      Catherine Giordano 6 months ago from Orlando Florida

      Another great playlist. But you left off my favorite "I'm Leaving on a Jet Plane" by the Jefferson Airplane. "So kiss me and say you love me..." It is indelible in my brain because I was in San Francisco in the "flower-child" heyday, packed and ready to take a jet plane back to New York City the next morning when I first heard that song.

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      teaches12345 - Thank you for stopping by. Goodbyes can be sad, but the alternative (not having the chance to say goodbye) is so much sadder. I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend, Dianna!

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Frank - I used to limit myself to 25, 35, or other round numbers but then found quickly that with new releases there would always be additional songs so why even start out with such a number? It'll only change as people make good suggestions and all. It doesn't take much on my part to go ahead and offer greater content in the form of a table either. Hope that answers it.

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      Frank Atanacio 6 months ago

      91 songs.. goodbye songs.. Just curious Flourish.. why the odd numbers? and thanks for the trip down memory lane..:)

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      teaches12345 6 months ago

      I hate good-byes but they are part of life. Some of the songs are sad but others give one a brighter hope of reunion.

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      vespawoolf - It's funny how when you read the lyrics of an all-too-familiar song they can sometimes change the meaning of the song for you. Thank you for commenting. Have a great week!

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      vespawoolf 6 months ago from Peru, South America

      This seems like an exhaustive list of goodbye songs. I've heard some of these songs over and over again and didn't even realize the lyrics were about this theme. I plan to look up some of the unfamiliar songs. Thank you!

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Shyron - Thanks so much for faithfully following! I appreciate you! Blessings and hugs right back!

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Nell - I do as well. I'm not sure how he went through with it, being a personal friend and all. Gives you a lump in the throat to hear it.

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      FlourishAnyway 6 months ago from USA

      Peggy - Thank you for your kind kudos! I enjoy researching them and listening to them. Sometimes the lyrics which I thought I knew (haha) end up surprising me. Have a great week! Thank you for commenting!

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      Peggy Woods 6 months ago

      I enjoy these song lists of yours because you always introduce me to some (sometimes many!) that I have not previously heard. Nice job as always. :)

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      Nell Rose 6 months ago

      I remember Elton Johns song so well, watching Princess Dianas memorial, its one of those things that sticks in the mind. love your series!

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      Shyron E Shenko 6 months ago

      I love all these lists and you have provided enough to last for months.

      But I still love the old songs like "Losing you" by Brenda Lee.

      Keep them coming.

      Blessings and hugs dear friend.

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      FlourishAnyway 7 months ago from USA

      Linda - Thank you for taking a look even though you only knew one! I appreciate your readership. Have a great week!

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      Linda Crampton 7 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

      I only know one song that you've reviewed, but it's a song that I love. I always find "Candle in the Wind" very moving. Thanks for another interesting and useful playlist article, Flourish.

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      FlourishAnyway 7 months ago from USA

      Carb Diva - Thank you. I am so sorry about the loss of your dear feline friend. I would definitely agree with you about the importance that pets play in our lives and the grief that their passing involves. I have six cats now, have always had multiple cats but recently lost the one I referred to as my "Jesus Christ Cat" because he was such a benevolent and gentle soul. His name was Shepard and he oddly had a neurological disability that mirrored my own MS. We were in the struggle together. He died, however, of cancer of the larynx, crawling up next to me one morning to let me know it was finally his time. We had him euthanized. I'm so sorry that you did not have the chance to say goodbye to your sweet baby. They are definitely our children. She knows that you loved her. I hope you are not afraid to love again, as there are so many darling cats who could use a good pet mom like you. The ranked list I cite is based on psychological research studies and I bet many people do consider pets as family, as you and I do.

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      FlourishAnyway 7 months ago from USA

      Audrey - I like that too (as in "see ya never"). Have a great weekend and thank you for stopping by!

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      Audrey Howitt 7 months ago from California

      So many great tunes in this list! I love that goodbye can also be good riddance!

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      Linda Lum 7 months ago from Washington State, USA

      Flourish - Another great series. I really enjoyed this. May I add one more to your list of 'goodbyes' (stressful life events)? The death of a family pet--or maybe that is covered under #3. Our 11-year old kitty died two years ago from a stroke or heart attack. In an instant she was gone, and there was no time for goodbyes. I still ache for her.

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      FlourishAnyway 7 months ago from USA

      Heidi - I would bet that's soon sometime! It's funny how many different playlists you can come up with for situations. I've added your suggestion. Thank you!

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      FlourishAnyway 7 months ago from USA

      Bill - That's one of Garth's best. I'm not a fan of him coming in and out of retirement. I think he did his best work the first time around when he was all in.

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      FlourishAnyway 7 months ago from USA

      Susan - The song by Trace Adkins is so authentic. It's too bad country doesn't extend much beyond the US and Canada. Some of it is absolutely awesome, very catchy, often involving a story. Thank you for stopping by!

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      Susan Hambidge 7 months ago from Hertfordshire, England

      I always enjoy reading your 'songs for every situation' compilations. We don't hear a lot of country tracks here in the UK but the Trace Adkins one is so full of emotion and truth, that one really brings a lump to my throat.

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      Heidi Thorne 7 months ago from Chicago Area

      So will the next playlist be Songs about Hello? :) Another great playlist! Here's my add: Paul Simon's "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover." Have a great day!

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      Bill Holland 7 months ago from Olympia, WA

      The Dance was my number one. Fun series, as I've said many times before. You and I are on the same wavelength with many on these lists. Great minds and all that. :)

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