Featuring: Barbra Streisand

Songwriter: Neil Diamond Alan Bergman Marilyn Bergman

Producer: Bob Gaudio

You don't bring me flowers
You don't sing me love songs
You hardly talk to me anymore
When you come through the door
At the end of the day

I remember when
You couldn't wait to love me
Used to hate to leave me

Now after lovin' me late at night
When it's good for you
And you're feeling alright
Well, you just roll over
And you turn out the light

You don't bring me flowers anymore

It used to be so natural
To talk about forever
But 'used to be's' don't count anymore
They just lay on the floor
'Til we sweep them away

And baby, I remember
All the things you taught me
I learned how to laugh
And I learned how to cry
Well I learned how to love
Even learned how to lie

You'd think I could learn
How to tell you goodbye
'Cause you don't bring me flowers

Well, you'd think I could learn
How to tell you goodbye
'Cause you don't bring me flowers

Neil Diamond

Neil Leslie Diamond (born January 24, 1941) has been well documented as one of the most commercially successful and influential soft rock artists of all-time, dominating the world of U.S. Adult Contemporary from the late 1960s to the early 1980s.

With nine #1 singles on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary charts and three #1s on Billboard’s Hot 100, his music has lasted the generations and been the anthems for millions across the United States. Some of his greatest hits are “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers,” the E.T.- inspired “Heartlight,” the original version of the Pulp Fiction soundtrack’s “Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon,” and the American classic “Sweet Caroline.”

Neil Diamond has released over 30 studio albums as of December 2016, and sports over 68.2 million certified sales.