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2 thoughts on “ Fare You Well

  1. "Fare thee well" is an expression of good luck used at a parting. So the meaning is similar to "good luck". It contains the archaic second-person pronoun "thee". It's not a common expression: it's a little more common to say "farewell", although that still sounds very formal.
  2. Fare you well my honey Fare you well my only true one All the birds that were singing Have flown except you alone Going to leave this. Roadhouse Blues. Jim Morrison. Live: Feel the Blues. Although you're a long ways from me But baby, I wish you were near If I ever get lucky yeah, an' win my train fare home Well, if I ever get lucky buddy.

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