Goodbye Quotes and Sayings
He lied to me once, then lied to me twice, but the third time it was goodbye.
Sometimes you might need to cut off your finger in order to save your hand.
People will never understand. Never forget what happened. Always take a side. They will never know the real story, what we had, and what was lost. What was gained and what will never be spoken of again. This maybe the end to one good story, but the beginning to an even better one.
If “goodbye” is just a word..Then why am I collapsed on the ground holding your hand, crying, and begging with all my might…for you to not leave me?
I never wanted things to be like the way they turned out but they did and now I’m moving on, goodbye.
I don’t see whats so great about “Goodbye” There’s nothing “good” about it…I mean, You’re gone now…Aren’t you?
I really don’t like saying “hello” Only because I know there’s going to be a sad “goodbye” in the end.
Say “goodbye” only means there’s a better “hello” on its way.
When we say “goodbye” I hope that one day maybe someway we can say “hello” again.
To say goodbye, is just let go of someone or something you can’t keep forever, But remember when you do…That one “goodbye” has to mean two “hello’s”.
“Goodbye” is the beginning of a new “hello”.
Saying goodbye to someone… Just means that there’s a hello waiting around the corner.
If only watching people leave your life was as easy as watching them come in.
People seem to think that saying goodbye can make it either better or worse. I think that it puts you in that uncomfortable middle, the grey area where you can’t decide if you want to hit something or cry in their arms just one last time. No matter what way it happens its hard to let go and I don’t think I will ever forget you.
Every person has a reason to let someone go, it’s an unspoken rule; people leave and enter your life so quickly you barely have the chance to make it worth it. The problem is your reason will never be justified. Your reason was cynical and vain. And no matter what happens you are always the one that left. Goodbye doesn’t explain how much I hope to never see you again.
A goodbye will only hurt if you truly loved the person in the first place.
If saying goodbye hurts so much, why do we say goodbye? Because it hurts so much more to keep holding on to something that isn’t there. Like you’re hanging off a ledge and someone is jumping up and down on your hands but you still can’t let go. Like when you’re little and you’re being tickled…you shout for it to stop because it’s torture, but then you go back for more, because somehow being tickled makes you feel safe and special. Holding on is like that…but the torture is painful…and it doesn’t make you smile. That’s why we’re supposed to say goodbye. That’s why we’re meant to let go.