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She gently opens up her scrapbook and a faded rose falls out
It's the one he gave to her on their last date
But his memory hasn't faded; she's not over him yet
Everyone has someone they can't forget.

It's been nine years since he saw her, but he keeps on goin' back
To places where they made their sweet memories
And he keeps her worn-out picture in a dresser by his bed
Everyone has someone they can't forget.

Everyone remembers someone who used to care
We all carry memories of someone somewhere.

I believe you really love me but every now and then
I can see an old flame there in your eyes
But he's only a memory, I have one myself
Everyone has someone they can't forget.

Everyone has someone they can't forget...



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