"A Match Like Memory" as written by Dan Keyes, Santiago Vela, Ross Edward Tweedy and Robert Mcentire Mann....
All this time leads us away. It leads us away to forget the laughs and all of the past. But I will remember, I always will. All this time and so much to show. I can’t hold on, but I can’t let go. I spend my nights looking for the words to bring it to my side and make it stay. It’s been days, but it feels like weeks. Waking up is not as easy as it used to be. How perfect, we are a match like that game, Memory. Search for your feelings.


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    General Commentyay im the first to comment on this song!! omg this song kicks ass!! it reminds me of my ex. great song. everyone download it!
    TheStartingLine101on August 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyay im the first to comment on this song!! omg this song kicks ass!! it reminds me of my ex. great song. everyone download it!
    TheStartingLine101on August 03, 2002   Link
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    General Commentor everyone should buy the cd, eh?

    it's an amazing song. i think a couple of the words are wrong up there.

    buy rodeo&picasso and see them live.
    thisgirlcankillon March 17, 2003   Link
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    General Commentthis song reminds me soooo much of my currant relationship..well, we broke up..but yea, we are "taking a break" until we can actually be together. But its only making us more distant..love hurts.
    xxemoxdorkxxon March 22, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis song is great, as are this song and others on Rodeo and Picasso. But i enjoy the songs on the EP cest ne pas Recover, which i picked up at their show, even better. But anways, who cant connect with the classic game memory!!
    bassist884on March 26, 2003   Link

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