Going, Going, Gone

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Going, Going, Gone is a phrase used by auctioneers to indicate they are about to, and then accept, the final bid for an item in an auction. It's also used to describe a home run in baseball as it sails through the air until it leaves the ballpark.

Going, Going, Gone may also refer to:

In film and television:

In music: