Song about goodbye - level 1, A12

Song about goodbye - level 1, A12

01-05-2012 22:00

Today we play a part of a film for you. It is from the film Armageddon with Bruce Willis. The people will go up. They will go from this planet. They want to help the planet. They will try to do something difficult. They don’t know how difficult it will be. They will have a lot of problems. Will they be OK?

These are the words from the video:

Astronauts.

I will see you in a couple of days, honey.

All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go.

I’m standing here outside your door.

I hate to wake you up to say goodbye.

So kiss me and smile for me.

Let me know you will wait for me.

Hold me like you will never let me go.

Because I’m leaving on a jet plane.

I don’t know when I will be back again.

So Truman, this is who you found to save the planet.

He won’t take anything seriously.

Yeah, reminds me of a guy I used to know.

I'm marrying you.

That’s right, you are.

Written by Danny for News in Levels

Interesting words: difficult, let, found, seriously, remind, used to, marry.

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