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Well there's the chair in which you sat when you told me this was goodbye
And there's the lamp I turned down low so you wouldn't see me cry
And there's the door that you walked out because a new new love you found
And that is why I can't forget you too many mem'ries all around
Too many mem'ries all around
Now there's the TV we used to watch and the clock that kept the time
And there's the phone we used to call and the table where we dined
And there's the drapes I closed so tight when that old old song went down
And that is why I can't forget you too many mem'ries all around
Too many mem'ries all around
Now there's the steps that you walked down when you walked away from me
And theres the gate that led you out but you left your memory
Well there's the tracks you left behind when you left left this old town
And that is why I can't forget you too many mem'ries all around
Too many mem'ries all around



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