"Remember Me My Friend" as written by Justin Hayward and John Charles Lodge....
Justin Hayward, John Lodge)
You don't need to ask me if I'll be your friend
I am
I am

You don't need to ask me if I'm sure my friend
I am
I am your friend
You must remember me

I'm the one who saw through the world's disguise
Took away its cloak and I made it hide
From me
Remember me?

Walking on this earth finding you
You, you
Walking on this earth finding you
You, you

What can I say
You don't need to find the words to say what's on your mind
If you need a reason to begin again
I am

I am
You will find an answer at your journey's end
I am
Waiting there my friend

You must remember me
I'm the one who knew you when
I'm the one you call your friend
Feel free

Remember me
Walking on this earth finding you
You, you
Walking on this earth finding you

You, you
What can I say
You don't need to find the words to say what's on your mind
Walking on this earth finding you

You, you
Walking on this earth finding you
You, you
What can I say

You don't need to find the words to say what's on your mind
Walking on this earth finding you
You, you
Walking on this earth finding you

You, you
Walking on this earth finding you

You, you
You, you
You, you
You, you


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"Remember Me My Friend" as written by Justin Hayward John Charles Lodge

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