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Ed Ames – Try To Remember lyrics

Try to remember
The kind of September
When life was slow
And, oh, so mellow

Try to remember
The kind of September
When grass was green
And grain was yellow

Try to remember
The kind of September
When you were a tender
And callow fellow

Try to remember
And if you remember
Then follow

Try to remember
When life was so tender
That no one wept
Except the willow

Try to remember
When life was so tender
And dreams were kept
Beside your pillow

Try to remember
When life was so tender
That love was an
Ember about to billow

Try to remember
And if you remember
Then follow, follow
Follow

Deep in December
It's nice to remember
Although you know
The snow will follow

Deep in December
It's nice to remember
Without a hurt
The heart is hollow

Deep in December
It's nice to remember
The fire of September
That made us mellow

Deep in December
It's nice to remember
And follow



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