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Bette Midler – I Remember You lyrics

I remember you.
You're the one who made my dreams come true,
A few kisses ago.

I remember you.
You're the one who said, "I love you, too.
I do. Didn't you know? "

I remember, too, a distant bell,
And stars that fell
Like rain out of the blue.

When my life is through
And the angels ask me to recall
The thrill of them all,
Then I shall tell them I remember you.

Was it in Tahiti? Woah, woah, woah, woah.
Were we on the Nile?
Long, long ago, say, an hour or so,
I recall that I saw your smile.

And I remember, too, a distant bell,
And stars that fell
Like rain out of the blue.

When my life is through
And the angels ask me to recall
The thrill of them all,
Then I will tell them I remember,
Tell them I remember you.



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