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The sweetest songs belong to lovers in the gloaming
The sweetest days are the days that used to be
The saddest words I ever heard were words of parting
When you said sweetheart remember me
Remember me when the candle lights are gleaming
Remember me at the close of a long long day
It would be so sweet when all alone I'm dreaming just to know you still remember me
[ piano ]
You told me once that you were mine alone forever
And I was yours till the end of eternity
But all those vows are broken now and we will never be the same except in memory
Remember me when the candle...
[ guitar ]
A brighter face may take my place when we're apart dear
A sweeter smile and a love more bold and free
But in the end fearweather friends may break your heart dear
If they do sweetheart remember me
Remember me when the candle...



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