"Goodbye My Lover" is a pop rock song written by Sacha Skarbek for James Blunt's debut album Back to Bedlam. The song was produced by Tom Rothrock and Jimmy Hogarth and received a positive reception from music critics. It was released as the fourth single in November 2005 and reached the top ten in the United Kingdom, where it became Blunt's second top ten single. It also reached the top ten in Sweden, Australia and France. In the United States, "Goodbye My Lover" had modest success on the Billboard singles chart, where it reached number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100 due to digital downloads, even though the single was not yet released in the U.S. The song was formally released in the United States on November 7, 2006.
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Famous quotes containing the words lover and/or goodbye:
“Between the daylight gambler and the player at night there is the same difference that lies between a careless husband and the lover swooning under his ladys window.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)
“When superstition is allowed to perform the task of old age in dulling the human temperament, we can say goodbye to all excellence in poetry, in painting, and in music.”
—Denis Diderot (17131784)