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FORGOTTEN TO FORGET

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Verse 1:

Sitting at a table set for one, I see the moon without the sun

All alone because my love has gone

But my memory keeps going on and on

 

Chorus:

For I'd forgotten to forget her, and it made me realise

And then as I remembered, the tears came to my eyes

For I'd forgotten to forget, that she had passed away

Oh memory please go away, let me forget about yesterday

 

Verse 2:

I see couples in the candle glow, it takes me back a week ago

To the days when I knew happiness

With her lovely smile, her warm and sweet caress

 

Middle 8:

Give me a memory to cling to

Give me a song that I can sing to

And while the music keeps on playing

I'll sit alone and think of her

 

Verse 3:

Just before the early morning dew

There came a policeman dressed in blue

There has been a fatal accident

And I have very bad news to tell to you

 

Chorus:

For I'd forgotten to forget her, and it made me realise

And then as I remembered, the tears came to my eyes

For I'd forgotten to forget, that she had passed away

Oh memory please go away, let me forget about yesterday

 

Fine:

Rest in peace my darling, rest in peace my wife

Your memory will always be with me

Until the end of my life

 

Jim Redgewell © 2007