"My Woman" as written by and Byron M Byrd....
Little boy was blue because he knew that soon he'd be leaving
Little girl was sad he saw she had a tear in her eye
Little boy said I'll be gone a while but I won't be grieving
If you'll only tell me this before I whisper goodbye

Tell me you'll forget me not
Sweet forget me not
When we've parted
Tell me you'll forget me not
And I'll tell you what I'll do

Ev'ry night I'll write and say that all the day I'm lonely as can be
Then I'll add another line the other line will say 'remember me'

When I wander home again we'll roam again
In the wild wood
To a little place I know where a bungalow should be
And then if you say the word and I say the word and we both agree
Someone's gonna tie the knot for Sweet Forget Me Not and me.

Little boy was gone and early dawn found somebody sighing
Sighing for the day when they would stray that flowery lane
Birdies in the trees said to the breeze
She shouldn't be drhing
Tho' they're far apart down in her heart she hears this refrain

Tell me you'll forget me not
Sweet forget me not
When we've parted
Tell me you'll forget me not
And I'll tell you what I'll do

Ev'ry night I'll write and say that all the day I'm lonely as can be
Then I'll add another line the other line will say 'remember me'

When I wander home again we'll roam again
In the wild wood
To a little place I know where a bungalow should be
And then if you say the word and I say the word and we both agree
Someone's gonna tie the knot for Sweet Forget Me Not and me.


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"My Woman" as written by Byron M Byrd

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