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Late Goodbye - piosenka zespołu Poets of the Fall z 2003 roku pochodząca z albumu Signs of Life. Autorem słów tego utworu jest scenarzysta gier Max Payne, Sam Lake. Dzieło to często się przewija podczas akcji Max Payne 2. Sam główny bohater posiada w swoim domu płytę z tyą piosenką. Late Goodbye można usłyszeć, gdy śpiewa je Ed - dozorca z domu Payne'a ("Nie ma "nas"") lub Mona pod prysznicem ("Kolejność przerażeń"). Także jeden ze sprzątaczy potrafi grać ten utwór na pianinie ("Pytanie za milion dolarów"). Poza tym piosenkę tę można usłyszeć podczas napisów końcowych.

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In our headlights, staring, bleak beer cans, deer's eyes...
On the asphalt underneath, our crushed plans and my lies.
Lonely street signs, powerlines, they keep on flashing, flashing by.

And we keep driving into the night;
It's a late goodbye, such a late goodbye.
And we keep driving into the night
It's a late goodbye.

Your breath hot upon my cheek, and we crossed that line.
You made me strong, when I was feeling weak, and we crossed, that one time
Screaming stop signs staring wild eyes, keep on flashing, flashing by.

And we keep driving into the night;
It's a late goodbye, such a late goodbye.
And we keep driving into the night
It's a late goodbye.

The devil grins from ear to ear, when he sees the hand he's dealt us
Points at your flaming hair, and then we're playing hide and seek.
I can't breathe easy here, less our trail's gone cold behind us,
Till' in the John mirror you stare at yourself grown old and weak.
Ref. And we keep driving into the night;
It's a late goodbye, such a late goodbye...

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