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Originally written and recorded by duo Soft Cell in 1981, Say Hello Wave Goodbye was covered by David Gray in 1999 and included on his album White Ladder. In 2001 it was released as the fifth single from the album.

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  • Avatar for Atitlan
    There's a special place in hell reserved for David Gray for this travesty of a cover version.
  • Avatar for Ouroborosian
    Not just one of the best covers ever, not just one of those extremely rare covers that improves by leaps and bounds on the original, not just a brilliant reinterpretation of a song that unlocks the meaning that was always hiding within it, but also truly one of the best songs ever.
  • Avatar for firestronic
    FOREVER.............................SOFT.....................................CELL
  • Avatar for rubineby1
    Ist time I've heard this...love it !
  • Avatar for CDPETE01
    Don't get many covers as good as an original,this for me is as good as Soft Cell,and oddly it fits into the content of White Ladder as if it had been written by David Gray,bought it when it came out way back still play it regularly.
  • Avatar for tocall
    Awesome track, easily holds its own against the original : )
  • Avatar for JerryZola25
    pure class ... nearly as good as the 12 inch 'aker bilk' version by soft cell
  • Avatar for Leporine
    Finally found someone who this song is for :'( What a waste. "Take your hands off me, hey, I don't belong to you, you see, And take a look in my face, for the last time". I never knew you, you never knew me, Say hello goodbye, Say hello and wave goodbye,
  • Avatar for khal_naqis
    Not just one of the best covers ever, not just one of those extremely rare covers that improves by leaps and bounds on the original, not just a brilliant reinterpretation of a song that unlocks the meaning that was always hiding within it, but also truly one of the best songs ever.
  • Avatar for suz-me
    Love this version

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