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Think Of Me (From The Play) lyrics

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Andrew Lloyd Webber – Think Of Me (From The Play) lyrics

think of me, think of me fondly
when we've said goodbye
remember me, once in a while
please promise me you'll try
when you find, that once again you long
to take your heart back and be free
if you ever find a moment,
spare a thought for me

we never said
our love was evergreen,
or as unchanging as the sea
but if you can still remember
stop and think of me

think of all the things
we shared and dreamed
dont think about the things
that might have been

think of me, think of me waking
silent and resigned
think of me trying too hard
to put you from my mind

recall those days
think back on all those times
think of the things we'll never do
there will never be a day when I won't think of you


can it be, can it be Christine....
what a change,
you're really not a bit
the cockish girl
that once you were
she may not remember me
but I remember her...


we never said our love was evergreen
or as unchanging as the sea
but please promise me that sometimes
you will think...
ah ah ah ha ha ha ha ah ahah ha ha ha ha
of me

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