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YOU FORGOT ALL THE WORDS (WHILE I STILL REMEMBER THE TUNE) (Bernie Wayne / Eve H. Hay) Frank Sinatra - 1955 Nana Mouskouri - 1962 Love was like a song A lovely melody Our hearts would sing along In perfect harmony But you forgot all the words While I still remember the tune Each time our lips would cling I heard a serenade Of love and youth and spring Forever to be played But you forgot all the words While i still remember the tune We used to dance, instead of walk We used to sing, instead of talk Why was our love song that used to be Only the start of the blues for me But songs are funny things They never really die And so my hope still clings That someday you will try To just remember the words For I still remember the tune When lonely lamps are lit And midnight songs will start One song I must admit Still fills my hopeful heart So please remember the words For I still remember the tune (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - August 2010)

    


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