That's what you are
Though near or far
Like a song of love that clings to me
How the thought of you does things to me
Never before has someone been more

In every way
And forever more
That's how you'll stay
That's why, darling, it's incredible
That someone so unforgettable
Thinks that I am unforgettable, too

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Unforgettable song meanings
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    General CommentThis is clearly a love song and I cant believe nobodys commented on it yet. Its about being with a guy that you think is so incredible & wonderful and he feels the same way about you. Makes me smile everytime i hear it.
    Brenda619on January 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt IS surprising that there aren't more comments. When Natalie sings this song with her dad (via his album and a picture of him on the big screen beside her), it makes this song even more special. Nat had the most gorgeous voice...so romantic. He sang at a time in history when many black singers still weren't accepted in mainstream America due to this skin color. I believe Nat found more acceptance due to the quality of his voice. (It was difficult for even white women back then not to swoon.) Obviously a song about meeting someone and falling for them; they are "unforgettable" in that they are everything you could wish for...
    SweetCheeks2on February 28, 2012   Link
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    General CommentHello everyone, Unforgettable without any argument one of the most romantic song in american history, Although this song became very known Due to Natalie Cole's enchanting voice, this song is not written by Nat nor Natalie. This song was written by Irving Gordon born in Brooklyn New York best known by his parodies, the original name was Uncomparable and it became Unforgettable due to the recording company's request. This song first got its Grammy in 1992 Nat King Cole and it was redone by Natalie as homage to her loving, decease father
    grilla70on March 10, 2015   Link

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