Remember when the music came from wooden boxes
Strung with silver wires and as we sang
The words would set our hearts on fire
To believe in things so we'd sing

Remember when the music brought us all together
To stand inside the rain and as we'd join hands
We'd meet in the refrain
With dreams to live and hope to give

Remember when the music was the best that we'd dream of
For our's children's time and as we'd worked we'd sing
'Cause we knew time was just a lie
A gift to say a gift that future gave

Remember when the music was a rock we could cling to
So we would not despair and as we sang we'd knew
We'd hear an echo in the air and if we weren't smiling then
We'd smile again and all the times I listened

And all the times I heard and all the melodies I'm missing
And all the magic words, all the beautiful words, all the beautiful voices
And all the choices we had then I hope you find you got
Those kind of choices once again

Remember when the music brought the night
Across the valley and as we hum the melody
We'd be safe within the sound
So we'd sleep to awake with dreams and promises to keep



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"Remember When the Music" as written by Harry F. Chapin

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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