"Keep Remembering" as written by Emmanuel Tunde Baiyewu, Paul John Tucker, Junior Giscombe and Alan M. Glass....
Downtown
Middle of the afternoon
Sweet sound
Everybody's on the move
But it really don't feel like home
I know that something's happened
I don't seem to fit my shoes
Hometown
It's always been a part of me
I know now
It don't take much to darken it
It's a difference of opinion
But it might as well be Mars to me
When I got the blues

Somebody I know told me yesterday
That you're never coming back to me
Well you never know what the other say
At another time in another place

Well, well
What's the use in crying then?
It's the way of the world
And you know you've got the chance to change
And the brilliant thing is there's a million things
That you know are always gonna help you take your mind off
I found out that I lost a part of me
It's a better now
Though this thing's been hard for me
Cause the day has come
I should be moving on
That's the only way to go:
Pick it up and start again

Somebody I know told me yesterday
That you're never coming back to me
Well you never know what the other say
At another time
In another place
Honey I know that it's not the end of the world
But it hurts the same
When do you let go?
Honey I don't know
Keep remembering
And just forget
Keep remembering
And don't forget


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"Keep Remembering" as written by Alan M Glass Junior Giscombe

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