"Souvenir" as written by and Paul David/cooper Humphreys....
I remember meeting you, we were super low. Surrounded by thesounds of saxophones.
And I remember being this close, but never alone. You gave me alittle something to take home.
I dropped it on the floor. I dropped it on the floor. Dropped iton the floor. I dropped it

If I can only remember the name that's enough for me becausenames hold the key. Names hold key.
If I can only remember the name that's enough for me becausenames hold the key. Names hold key.
Souvenir of nothing.

Brought home a souvenir of nothing. It fits into a pocket.
A souvenir a souvenir of nowhere. Somewhere I've never beenbefore.
I dropped it on the floor. I dropped it on the floor. Dropped iton the floor. I dropped it

If I can only remember the name that's enough for me becausenames hold the key. Names hold key.
If I can only remember the name that's enough for me becausenames hold the key. Names hold key.
A souvenir of nothing. A souvenir of nothing.

I remember meeting you, we were super low. Surrounded by thesounds of saxophones.


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"Souvenir" as written by Paul David Humphreys Martin Handsley Cooper

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    Song MeaningOne night stand. He is enriched by the experience and tempted to give it a big significance, but he dropped it on the floor. He remembers no name, there is just a vast memory of the "wasted" mood in which these two people went trough the magical chemistry of physical connection.
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