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In a cold December, memories can melt your heart away
In a warm September, you may still remember yesterday
Even in the darkest night when dreams fade away
When your love is gone you'll never be alone in memories

Memories while walking through a winter snow
Memories when summer breezes start to blow
When true love is far away, it may be yours in memories
Golden memories can turn the night into day
Teach your heart to smile and live each day a while in memories

In a cold December, memories can melt your heart away
In a warm September, you may still remember yesterday
Even in the darkest night when dreams fade away
When your love is gone you'll never be alone in memories

Memories while falling leaves just fill the air
Memories when springtime comes and love's not there
Even when you cry try not to say goodbye to memories
Golden memories can turn the night into day
Teach your heart to smile and live each day a while in memories



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