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Adieu is a song from Cowboy Bebop performed by the Seatbelts. It is released on the album Blue, and an extended version on the Cowboy Bebop Boxed Set. It was sung by Emily Bindiger.

It featured as Julia arrived back at her apartment to hear a message from Shin, warning her about the Red Dragon crime syndicate coming after her. [1]

LyricsEdit

Been a fool, been a clown Lost my way from up and down  And I know, yes I know  And I see it in your eyes  That you really weren't suprised at me at all  Not at all  And I know by your smile it's you. 

Don't care for me, don't cry  Let's say goodbye, Adieu.  It's time to say goodbye, I know that in time  It will just fade away, it's time to say goodbye. 

I stand alone, and watch you fade away like clouds  High up and in the sky  I'm strong and so cold  As I stand alone  Goodbye, So long, Adieu. 

Oh how I love you so, lost in those memories  And now you've gone  I feel the pain, feeling like a fool, Adieu 

My love for you burns deep  Inside me, so strong  Embers of times we had  And now here I stand lost in a memory  I see your face and smile. 

Oh how I love you so, lost in those memories  And now you've gone  I feel the pain, feeling like a fool, Adieu 

My love for you burns deep  Inside me, so strong  Embers of times we had  And now here I stand lost in a memory  I see your face and smile

Personnel Edit

  • Lead vocals - Emily Bindiger
  • Piano - Mark Soskin
  • Bass - Booker King
  • Guitar - Stuw Cutler
  • Drums - Tony Reedus

Trivia Edit

  • There is another version of this song sung by Jerry Knetig, who had performed lead vocals on Ave Maria.[2] This version however, has not seen an official release on a Cowboy Bebop album by the Seatbelts.

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