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Billy Boyd’s ‘The Last Goodbye’ Full Version

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Movie News Posted by eviebowman on November 12, 2014 at 7:44 am

Updated 20.30 pm GMT : Sorry if you missed it, but the video has been removed by the user.

Here is the full version of Billy Boyd’s song ‘The Last Goodbye’ which will feature with the end credits of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Billy, who co-wrote the song with Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens said, “I wanted the song to be a goodbye to all the fans who have been part of this amazing journey and to the whole world of Tolkien as it has been told in the cinema for our generation.”

I’m sure he’s succeeded. What do you think?

The soundtrack will be released on 16 December 2014.

 

“The Last Goodbye”

I saw the light fade from the skyOn the wind I heard a sighAs the snowflakes cover my fallen brothersI will say this last goodbye

Night is now fallingSo ends this dayThe road is now callingAnd I must away

Over hill and under treeThrough lands where never light has shoneBy silver streams that run downTo the sea

Under cloud beneath the starsOver snow on winter’s mornI turn at last to paths that lead homeAnd though where the road then takes me I cannot tellWe came all this way but now comes the day to bid you farewell

Many places I have beenMany sorrows I have seenBut I don’t regretNor will I forgetAll who took that road with me

Night is now fallingSo ends this dayThe road is now callingAnd I must away

Over hill and under treeThrough lands where never light has shoneBy silver streams that run downTo the sea

To these memories I will holdWith your blessing I will goTo turn at last to paths that lead homeAnd though where the road then takes me I cannot tellWe came all this way but now comes the day to bid you farewell

I bid you all a very fond farewell

Transcription by Myla Malinalda

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Tags: Billy Boyd, Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, The Hobbit, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, The Last Goodbye, The Lord of the Rings, Tolkien
image Author: eviebowman Evie was introduced to Tolkien's work by her boyfriend, over a beer in the Eagle and Child pub in Oxford. She went home, read the books and, a while later, married her boyfriend. She has only recently discovered fandom, after years of eye-rolling by her husband and children, and is delighted to find it warm and welcoming and not-at-all weird. As well as tracking down bits of news and sharing them with others, she leads ponies for Riding for the Disabled and loves the cinema and theatre and her wildlife garden.

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