"I Remember You" as written by Benji Hughes, Jenny Lewis and Blake Sennett....
At a party last New Years eve somewhere downtown
We started talking about how we wanted someone to kiss after the countdown.
I went to get a smoke and drink at the bar and when I came back you were gone
I didn't think I'd ever see you again.

Last winter I was working nights and I missed the last train
Nothing unusual, I walk home in the snow again.
A car stops, rolls down the window and asks me my name
I replied, I realize, 'It was you.'

And may all acquaintance be forgot but I remember you.
And I remember and I remember and I remember you
And I remember and I remember you.

I don't want you to think that this happens to me all the time.
I hope you don't think I make a habit of taking strange rides.
Conversation was easy there was glitter on your face (?).
We carried on and talked until dawn.

And my heart is breaking my knees is shaking and I just hanging around
The clock is ticking the world is spinning there's nothing that I found.

And may all acquaintance be forgot but I remember you
And I remember I remember when you gave me a word.

And my heart is breaking my knees is shaking and I just hanging around
The clock is ticking the world is spinning there's nothing that I found.

And may all acquaintance be forgot but I remember you.
And I remember and I remember and I remember you.


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"I Remember You" as written by Benji Hughes

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