"Photographs And Memories" as written by and James Croce....
Photographs and memories
Christmas cards you sent to me
All that I have are these
To remember you

Memories that come at night
Take me to another time
Back to a happier day
When I called you mine

But we sure had a good time
When we started way back when
Morning walks and bedroom talks
Oh how I loved you then

Summer skies and lullabies
Nights we couldn't say good-bye
And of all of the things that we knew
Not a dream survived

Photographs and memories
All the love you gave to me
Somehow it just can't be true
That's all I've left of you

But we sure had a good time
When we started way back when
Morning walks and bedroom talks
Oh how I loved you then


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"Photographs and Memories" as written by Jim Croce

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    General Commentits hard to listen to this song and not remember every little thing, not the sex, not the fights, or passion, but the little moments that make it impossible to let go

    -Morning walks and bedroom talks
    Oh how I loved you then

    that line right there, it does it for me, ah the memories....
    dynox9on February 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOne of the saddest, most moving ballads to the mories of former loves... nothing new here, but anyway so true.

    photographs, the sole testimony of the intangibility of lost feelings, the only proof that the loved one existed... even if she/he is still around, it's not the same person that lives in the memories, and frozen in time in pictures.
    Prometeoon April 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this is one of the best Jim Croce songs I've heard... can relate to it so easily.... He just knows how to say things... A wonderful song
    Havenon April 21, 2004   Link

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