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I thought that I had forgotten you
That you were just something of my yesterday
But now that I see you standing here
All that I can say

Is let me tell you that you bring back
Memories of all the days gone by
Darling, gee, how the times goes by
I recall when I used to be your girl
You used to be my guy

I thought that I have forgotten all these things
But let me tell you, you don't know
How many memories that you bring

A just a look at you
You don't know what you make me want to do
I want to take you in my arms
And then kiss you, oh, once again
And then I'd like to ask you "Where have you been?"

I never thought that I would think about these things
But let me tell you, you don't know
How many memories that you bring

Let me tell you, let me tell you, let me tell you
I thought that I have forgotten how things used to be
But, oh, look at me
Oh, just a look at you brings back the memories

Oh, you bring back
Memories about the love we knew
Didn't think that I was still in love with you
But that ain't true, I love you just like I used to do

I thought that I have forgotten all of these things
But let me tell you, you don't know
How many memories that you bring

Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet memories
Memories
Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet memories
Memories, memories, memories



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