"Remembering" as written by and Philip Parris Lynott....
Remember those golden days
We used to walk hand in hand
I was your friend, your fool, your lover
I was your man

I can see you then
Smiling, looking straight at me
You caught me unawares, I blushed
Let's sit beneath this tree

I can't get over the change in you
I can't get over the change in me

And I keep on remembering the old days
I keep on remembering the old ways

I can recall you running to a sweet shop
You stopped
Bought me something
And you handed it to me

You were my girlfriend then
The first that I ever had
The first that I ever kissed
And the first to make me sad

I can't get over the change in you
I can't get over the change in me

I keep on remembering the old days
I keep on remembering the old ways

Oh yeah
I keep on remembering
I keep on remembering

Oh yeah
I keep on remembering the old days
I keep on remembering

Your pretty dress
With the zip up the back
I used to love you like that
I used to love you like that

Oh yeah
I keep on remembering
I keep on remembering all about you


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"Remembering" as written by Philip Parris Lynott

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