"Remind Me" as written by Kelley Lovelace, Brad Paisley and Chris Dubois....
We didn't care if people stared
We'd make out in a crowd somewhere
Somebody'd tell us to get a room
It's hard to believe that was me and you

Now we keep saying that we're OK
But I don't want to settle for good not great
I miss the way that it felt back then
I wanna feel that way again

Been so long that you'd forget
The way I used to kiss your neck
Remind me, remind me
So on fire, so in love
Way back when we couldn't get enough
Remind me, remind me

Remember the airport dropping me off
We were kissing goodbye and we couldn't stop
I felt bad cause you missed your flight
But that meant we had one more night

Do you remember how it used to be
We'd turn out the lights and didn't just sleep
Remind me baby remind me

Oh so on fire so in love
That look in your eyes that I miss so much
Remind me, baby remind me

I wanna feel that way
Yeah I wanna hold you close
Oh if you still love me
Don't just assume I know

Oh baby remind me, remind me

Do you remember the way it felt?
You mean back when we couldn't control ourselves
Remind me, yeah remind me

All those things that you used to do
That made me fall in love with you
Remind me, oh baby remind me

Yeah you'd wake up in my old t-shirt
All those mornings I was late for work
Remind me, oh baby remind me yeah
Oh baby remind me baby remind me

Yeah you'd wake up in my old t-shirt
Oh, baby remind me

Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Remind Me" as written by Chris Dubois Kelley Lovelace

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentRemind Me" is the title of a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Brad Paisley, performed as a duet with Carrie Underwood. The song was released in May 2011 as the third single from Paisley's album This Is Country Music, released May 23, 2011. The music video for the song premiered on CMT on July 26, 2011.[2] The song was also named Taste of Country's Song of The Year for 2011.[3] Paisley wrote this song with Kelley Lovelace and Chris DuBois.
    amirbeon December 10, 2014   Link
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    General CommentIn an interview at the Billboard Country Music Summit in June 2011, Underwood described the recording of the song as "the most unorganized thing [she] had ever been a part of" but added that it "all worked out so perfectly." She and Paisley had previously discussed recording a duet for This Is Country Music but couldn't coordinate their schedules before the album was due to be completed in December 2010. The album was pushed back and Paisley contacted Underwood in February 2011, sending her a work tape of "Remind Me" with "a lot of mumbling" and Sheryl Crow singing the female part.[5] Underwood saw potential in the song and flew from Los Angeles to Nashville to meet with Paisley, where they recorded the song on February 11, 2011. Upon the album's release in May 2011, Paisley expressed his hope that "Remind Me" would be its third single and described the decision to ask Underwood to perform on the song with him as an easy one.

    In May 2013, songwriter Amy Bowen filed a $10 million lawsuit against the song's writers, claiming that they had stolen the idea from a song that she wrote in 2007.
    amirbeon December 10, 2014   Link

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