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SHE HAS FORGOTTEN (Karl Davis / Harty Taylor) The Bailes Brothers - 1946 Don Reno & Red Smiley - 1959 Bill Clifton & Red Rector - 1971 The Traditional Grass - 1994 Also recorded by: Charley Moore; Ray & Ina Patterson. Back to my home town I wanderd one day It seemed that the old gang had drifted away I wandered down Main Street, the view to enjoy There I met with a girl I had loved as a boy Gone are the days when our hearts beat as one All I can say now is see what you've done Gone are the days when we thrilled to each vow She has forgotten everything now (Instrumental Break) I still have her picture, her face sweet and fair A rose that she gave me, a lock of her hair I treasure and keep them, it's silly I know For she has forgotten, long, long ago Gone are the days when our hearts beat as one All I can say now is see what you've done Gone are the days when we thrilled to each vow She has forgotten everything now ******************** ADDITIONAL 2nd VERSE: She glanced at me calmly and calmly walked by She didn't recall me, for years had gone by She has forgotten the love we once knew She has forgotten, can it be true (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - August 2013)

    


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