"Love and Memories" as written by Glen Ballard and Marc Andrew Roberge....
Lovely, you're always lovely
A vision, you were the one
Now I am stuck inside a memory
You forgot about our destiny
You buried me, didn't you?

Didn't you love me faster than the devil
Run me straight into the ground
Drownin' deep inside your water
Drownin' deep inside your sound

You're always floating
A vapor that I couldn't see
Here I am stuck inside a yesterday
Everything has given way
You fell from me, didn't you?

Didn't you love me faster than the devil
Run me straight into the ground
Drownin' deep inside your water
Drownin' deep inside your sound

Love me faster than the devil
Run me straight into the ground
Drownin' deep inside your water
Drown in love and memories

Maybe I am a crowded mind
I watch your eyes glaze over
Stare down at the floor
You were amazing to me
I was amazing to you
But here we go again

Didn't you love me faster than the devil
Run me straight into the ground
Drownin' deep inside your water
Drownin' deep inside your sound

Love me faster than the devil
Run me straight into the ground
Drownin' deep inside your water
Drownin' deep inside your sound

Love me faster than the devil
Run me straight into the ground
Drownin' deep inside your water
Drown in love and memories


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"Love and Memories" as written by Marc Roberge Glen Ballard

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    General CommentI read that this song was inspired by O.A.R.'s love for the movie "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," where Jim Carrey's character is having his memory of his ex-girlfriend Kate Winslet physically erased. Halfway through the process wants to stop it as he falls in love with her again, but it's irreversible. Great movie, good song.
    arrowton November 11, 2005   Link

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