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  1. Bye bye. Goodbye. Bye, bye, bye, bye. Goodbye. I can clap my hands. I can stamp my feet. I can clap my hands. I can stamp my feet. Bye bye. Goodbye.

  2. Goodbye definition is - a concluding remark or gesture at parting —often used interjectionally. How to use goodbye in a sentence.

  3. Sep 01,  · (informal, often childish) Goodbye.··(colloquial, often childish) A goodbye. (colloquial, often childish) Bedtime for a toddler, going to sleep, going to bed. Brush your teeth, it's time to go bye-bye. Synonym: beddy-bye.

  4. Jan 14,  · Popular children’s brain breaks, action and dance songs for children, Goodbye Song. Goodbye Song is from the award-winning CD, Brain Breaks Action Songs: Let.

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  6. The terms ‘bye’ and ‘goodbye’ are quite similar. They are both parting phrases, which means that they are used when people part ways, i.e. are going their own way. ‘Goodbye’ seems to be too formal, while ‘bye’ is the shortened and less formal way of saying ‘goodbye’.

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