So It Goes (Perry Como album)

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So It Goes
Perry Como So It Goes.jpg
Studio album by Perry Como
Released 1983
Recorded December 10, 11, 1978, December 1981-1982
Genre Traditional pop
Label RCA Records
Producer Mike Berniker, Nick Perito
Perry Como chronology
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Perry Como, So It Goes / Goodbye for Now

So It Goes, sometimes called So It Goes - Goodbye For Now, is a 1983 album by Perry Como, his 28th and penultimate such release for RCA Records.[1][2]

Track listing[edit]

Side one

  1. "What's One More Time" (music and lyrics by Richard Leigh)
  2. "So It Goes" (music and lyrics by John Barry Mason, Alec Gould and Michael Heath Johnson)
  3. "Here Comes That Song Again" (Words and Music by Bill Zerface, Jim Zerface and Bob Morrison)
  4. "Goodbye for Now" (theme from Reds; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim)
  5. "The Second Time" (music by Francis Lai and lyrics by Tim Rice)

Side two

  1. "Jason" (music and lyrics by Debbie Hupp and Bob Morrison)
  2. "As My Love For You" (music and lyrics by George Fischoff)
  3. "Fancy Dancer" (music and lyrics by Harry Manfredini and John Briggs)
  4. "Is She the Only Girl in the World" (music and lyrics by Irving Berlin)
  5. "You Are So Beautiful" (music and lyrics by Billy Preston and Bruce Fisher)


  1. ^ "So It Goes/Goodbye for Now". Kokomo. Archived from the original on April 2, 2012. Retrieved 5 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Perry Como: A Biography and Complete Career Record - Page 157 Malcolm Macfarlane, Ken Crossland - 2012 - Como used the song for the first time in his 1981 Christmas special, from which RCA lifted a recording for a new compilation of Christmas songs, plus a Christmas single. Around the same time, Como recorded eight new songs for an album whose working title was Goodbye for Now, a Stephen Sondheim song from the motion picture Reds. The remaining titles were again contemporary ballads. With eight new recordings to hand, RCA needed two more to make up the now standard ten ...

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