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Gone Away
Ixnay on the Hombre album cover
First Released Ixnay on the Hombre
Recorded Eldorado Recording Studios, Hollywood, California
Length 4:28
Singer/Guitarist Dexter Holland
Guitarist Noodles
Bassist Greg K.
Drummer Ron Welty
Produced by Dave Jerden

"Gone Away" is the seventh track on The Offspring's 1997 fourth album, Ixnay on the Hombre. It was released as the album's second single.

Chart performance

"Gone Away" was the most successful single off of Ixnay on the Hombre, making it to #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks and #4 on the Modern Rock Tracks.

Lyrics

Maybe in another life
I could find you there
Pulled away before your time
I can't deal, it's so unfair

And it feels, and it feels like
Heaven's so far away
And it feels, yeah, it feels like
The world has grown cold
Now that you've gone away

Leaving flowers on your grave
Show that I still care
Black roses and Hail Mary's
Can't bring back what's taken from me

I reach to the sky
And call out your name
And if I could trade
I would

And it feels, and it feels like
Heaven's so far away
And it stings, yeah, it stings now
The world is so cold
Now that you've gone away
Gone away, gone away, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, oooooh
Yeah, I oooooh
Away

I'll sell your soul, whoa
Yeaheaheah, yeaheaheaheah

I reach to the sky
And call out your name
At least, let me trade
I would

And it feels, and it feels like
Heaven's so far away
And it feels, yeah, it feels like
The world is so cold
Now that you've gone away
Gone away, gone away, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, I oooooh
Well, I oooooh oooooh oooooh
Away
Well, I oooooh
Yeah, I oooooh oooooh oooooh
Oh yeah

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