"Beechwood Park" as written by and C. White....
Do you remember summer days
Just after summer rain
When all the air was damp and warm
In the green of country lanes?
And the breeze would touch your hair
Kiss your face and make you care
About your world
Your summer world
And we would count the evening stars
As the day grew dark
In Beechwood Park

Do you remember golden days and golden summer sun
The sound of laughter in our ears
In the breeze as we would run?
And the breeze would touch your hair
Kiss your face and make you care
About your world
Your summer world
And we would count the evening stars
As the day grew dark
In Beechwood Park

Oh roads in my mind
Take me back in my mind
And I can't forget you
Won't forget you
Won't forget those days
And Beechwood Park

And the breeze would touch your hair
Kiss your face and make you care
About your world
Your summer world
And we would count the evening stars
As the day grew dark
In Beechwood Park

Oh roads in my mind
Take me back in my mind
And I can't forget you
Won't forget you
Won't forget those days
And Beechwood Park


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"Beechwood Park" as written by C. White

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    General CommentBeechwood Park was near Markyate. It was a girls' boarding school, Beechwood House. It is also the location of The Dirty Dozen.
    planetearthon January 18, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAll time favorite Zombies song. I remember hearing it for the first time in recent memory, I already knew the song and the words to it. I still don't know how.
    exitmusic(forafilm)on April 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love that effect, you cannot remember ever hearing a song, but you know all the words. Happened to me with most of Shootennany! by the EELS.

    When I started listening to Odessey and Oracle I never expected on tiny 2.5 minute song to grab my attention and love so much. Brilliant.
    Kenshi Rydenon April 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMan, I'm not the only one who had that reaction? The first time I heard this song it was absolutely innately ground somewhere in my brain. INSTANTLY felt like I knew it...wonderful, wonderful music.
    Havenspearon May 15, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song reminds me so much of my ex boyfriend. It was one of those summer things/ We were only 14/15 but he was the sweetest guy and I still can't forget him.
    bleeckerstreeton March 30, 2010   Link
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    General CommentA perfect combination of perfections.
    LonerLondoneron August 20, 2010   Link

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