This article is from the Bee Gees FAQ, by David Garcia email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
This question has both a short answer and a long answer.
First the long answer, which is... nowhere.
Now, you might take issue with this, and say that lyrics are
easily obtained in sheet music, in songbooks, even on lyric
sheets that come with the CDs. But, quite simply, these sources
are by no means guaranteed to be accurate.
Take, for example, the song "Alone Again" from the "Two
Years On" album. The sheet music anthology "Bee Gees Complete,
Vol. 2", cites the phrase "I'm an abandoned train," However,
another songbook lists the same phrase as "I'm on a bound down
train." Which is correct?
As for the lyric sheets on the CDs, let's look at the "High
Civilization" CD. For the song "Secret Love", we see the phrase
"I'd follow anywhere to make you happy." But listen to the CD,
and it's OBVIOUS that Barry is singing "I'd follow anywhere to
make it happen."
So, why not ask the Bee Gees themselves? It's a thought, of
course. But what about the song "Jive Talkin'?" On the "Main
Course" CD Barry clearly sings "You'll never know / just what you
mean to me." But in concert -- for example, the Melbourne
concert on the "All For One" video -- he sings "You'll never
know / just what you've done to me." For a while I thought this
just might be the NEW official lyric, but then on VH-1's
"Storytellers" Barry reverted back to "what you mean to me".
Such is songwriting.
Now for the short answer. An exhaustive anthology of Bee
Gee lyrics can be found at...