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I'll Remember You

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It has been so long Since we have talked I hope that things are still the same Hoping they will never change Cuz what we had Can't be replaced Don't let our memories fade away Keep me in your heart for always You made me believe that I can do almost anything Stood right by me Through the tears Through everything Chorus: I'll remember you And baby that's forever true You're the one that I'll always miss Never thought it would feel like this I'll be there for you No matter what you're goin' through In my heart you'll always be Forever baby I'll remember you I'll promise you I won't forget The times we shared The tears we cried You'll always be the sun in my sky It may be fate that brings us back To meet again someday Even though we go separate ways You made me believe That I could do almost anything You stood right by me Through the tears through everything Repeat chorus If the day should come when you need someone You know that I'll follow I will be there Don't ever let there be a doubt in your mind Cuz I'll remember you You Repeat chorus Forever baby I'll remember you

Battlestations

WHAM! "Music From The Edge Of Heaven"
You ask too much of me You try my patience Your tongue - it's like a razor You choose your words like weapons Here we go - Battlestations I never have the guts to let you look inside I don't think you'd appreciate the things that I hide [CHORUS:] Monday was the worst day And Friday wasn't my day But Wednesday was the best day Because on Wednesday night we made love All I'm trying to give you is a good time honey Why d'ya have to keep on playing games with my head Used to be your baby when you had no money Now we spend more time in battle Than we ever do in bed (Than we ever do in bed) You don't know how much I hate that answer phone Are you standing there But - you won't pick up the 'phone Why lie to my face (When you can buy a tape machine to give me bullshit in your place) Today I did something I thought I'd never do I opened up your diary and read about you [CHORUS] Monday was the worst day Wednesday we made love And Friday - ooh but - Saturday, is today, is what I'm thinking of Come in baby- come in close (Take off your designer clothes) 'Cos you know what I'm thinking of Do you remember me, do you remember us - Do you remember love All I'm trying to give you is a good time honey Why d'ya have to keep on playing games with my head Used to be your baby when you had no money Now we spend more time in battle Than we ever do in bed (Than we ever do in bed) La premiere fois tu m'as fait beaucoup rire Tu etais si mignon, et tu jouais du piano Maintenant, mon mellieur ami c'est l'argent Au revoir, cheri Au revoir, mon amour

Forever (Unreleased)

SKID ROW
Forever (Skid Row) Verse 1: Remember when where we are Just 2 kids on the run With a fist full of dreams Drinking wine, playing cool Stay out late, cutting school Wild Cigerettes like James Dean Bridge: In the back seat of my Chevrolet, Where the radio would play and play! And all the world would fade away! Chorus: Together we stand Well it's just you and me So baby hold on and you'll see Forever we stand And we'll make it thru cos I know I can't live without you no...no no no.... Verse 2: They said we're growing up too fast what we have would never last so we left without goodbyes And then sometimes we got tough The roads ahead looks kinda rough and all we had was you and I We pray to God on those cold dark nights And then we know that we would be alright We go through hell just to hold each other tight! Chorus: Together we stand Well it's just you and me So baby hold on and you'll see Forever we stand And we'll make it thru cos I know I can't live without you Fill B4 solo: As long as the world keeps turning As long as there's another day! Together, Forever we'll stand!! Solo Bridge: In the back seat of my Cherole, Where the radio would play and play! And all the world would fade away! Yeah! Chorus: Together we stand Well it's just you and me So baby hold on and you'll see Forever we stand And we'll make it thru cos I know I can't live without you Outro: Forever, Forever, forever we stand! Forever, Forever, forever we stand!Yeah!

I'm Gonna Live Forever

Fame Musical
Baby, look at me And tell me what you see You ain't seen the best of me yet. Give me time, I'll make you forget the rest. I got more in me, And you can set it free I can catch the moon in my hand Don't you know who I am? Remember my name. Fame! I'm gonna live forever I'm gonna learn how to fly--high! I feel it comin' together People will see me and cry. Fame! I'm gonna make it to heaven Light up the sky like a flame. Fame! I'm gonna live forever Baby, remember my name Remember, remember, remember, remember, Remember, remember, remember, remember. Baby, hold me tight 'Cause you can make it right. You can shoot me straight to the top Give me love and take all I got to give Baby, I'll be tough Too much is not enough, no I can ride your heart 'till it breaks. Ooh, I got what it takes. FAME I'm gonna live forever I'm gonna learn how to fly--high! I feel it comin' together People will see me and cry. Fame! I'm gonna make it to heaven Light up the sky like a flame. Fame! I'm gonna live forever Baby, remember my name Remember, remember, remember, remember, Remember, remember, remember, remember.

It's My Life

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN "The Wild, the Innocent and The E-street shuffle"
'Cause I remember in the summertime, me and this friend of mine used to get... used to get his old man's car and we used to, at night, take off down toward the shore, because I lived about twenty miles inland off a beach, and ah... We'd take off down this... this highway, route 33, heading down towards the beach and they... At the time, they wouldn't let us in the bars because we wasn't old enough, we used to... used to park outside on the street, sit on the hood of the car, get the cats to leave the doors open so we could hear the bands blasting out from inside, coming down from the city to play along the shore in the summertime. And we'd stay there all night until around four o'clock and I'd head home. And I'd get out of the car, and my old man used to lock up the front door so I couldn't come in the front. He used to be sitting in kitchen all night long with the lights out, smoke a cigarette, drinking beer, waiting for me and my sister to come home. So, I'd make it up on the porch. At first, I'd stand there in the driveway for a while and I'd... didn't have the guts to go in and I could look through the screen door and see the light of his cigarette butt at the table. Finally, I'd slick my hair back real tight and I'd try to make it up to my room. He'd always be calling me to come back and sit down with him in the dark in the kitchen, he'd always be sitting there telling me... asking me what I was doing with myself. And I remember this went on... He used to sit in that kitchen at night as long as I can remember, ever since I was a little kid, with my mom sitting in the front room just... with the TV on, watching TV 'til she fell asleep, got up to go to work the next morning. We'd sit there in the dark talking, and I could always hear his voice. I'd be squinting real hard and I could... I could never make out his face. We'd start talking, just about how things was going in general at first. And then... Pretty soon, he'd get around to asking me where I was getting my money from, what I thought I was doing with myself and how my whole life was turning into a waste. And we'd always end up screaming at each other at around four in the morning. My mother'd end up run... waking up, running in from the front room and try to keep us from fighting with each other. And I'd always end up running out the back door, back out in the street, telling him, screaming at him, telling him how he was going to have to learn to live with it pretty soon, because it was my life and I was going to do what I wanted to do... It's a hard world to get a break in Seems like the good things have all been taken But now I know there's ways to make certain these days Though I come dressed in rags, I will wear sable someday Hear what I say Now I'm gonna ride the serpent Gonna be no more time spent sweating rent Hear my command, I'm breaking loose Though it ain't no use we're holding me down For just hanging around Cause baby (baby) Remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want I know... Know I will someday Now there were women and their fortunes And they just want to mother orphans Are you going to cry when I'm bleeding them dry taking all I can get with no regrets When I openly lie and live only money 'Cause you can believe me honey, that there's money out there And you can believe, you can't be no saint and complain I'm going to go on out now, and I'm going to take what's mine Cause baby (baby) Remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want It's my mind and I'll think what I want Show me I'm wrong Hurt me sometime But someday I'll treat you real fine (It's my life and I'll do what I want) It's my life (It's my mind and I'll think what I want) It's my life (It's my life and I'll do what I want) It's my life (It's my life and I'll think what I want) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It's My Life (April 7, 1976, Runners in the Night) I used to live in a small town -- it was about ten thousand people, and uh... I used to live in this two-family house and at night, my father used to lock up the front door. So me and my sister, we used to come in around through the kitchen. And uh, he'd sit in the kitchen all night with all of the lights out, smoke a cigarette, drink some beer. My mother'd sit in the front room, watch the TV, you know.. If you came in, if you came in around ten or eleven, or even by midnight, it wasn't too bad. But if you came in around.. around two or three, he'd always stop me, want me to sit in the kitchen with him and talk to him about something. He'd start talking to me about what I was doing in school... or if I was looking for a job or something. Pretty soon we'd be arguing and screaming at each other, my mother'd be running in from the front room, try to keep us from fighting with each other and I'd be... I'd end up running back outside the house, running out the door telling him how it was my life, I could do what I want... It's a hard world to get a break in All the good things have been taken But I know there's ways to make certain these days Though I'm dressed in these rags, I will wear sable someday Hear what I say I'm going to make for certain That's there's no more time spent sweatin' rent Hear my command, I'm breaking loose There ain't no use in holding me down Or sticking around Now, baby (baby) Remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want It's my mind and I'll think what I want Show me I'm wrong Hurt me sometime Someday I'll treat you real fine I know, I know, I know... I just know... There'll be women with their fortunes Who just want to mother orphans Are you going to cry when I'm bleeding them dry? Taking all I can get with no regrets When I openly lie and live only money 'Cause you can believe me honey, there's money out there And you can believe that I ain't no saint to complain So go on out now, go on now, and take what's mine 'Cause baby (baby) remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want It's my mind and I'll think what I want Show me I'm wrong Hurt me sometime Someday I'll treat you real fine Don't push me! It's my life and I'll do what I want I'll do what I want! It's my mind and I'll think what I want It's my life! It's my life and I'll do what I want I know! It's my mind and I'll think what I want ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It's My Life (August 1, 1976, First Rendezvous in Red Bank) I used to live in this two family house, on this main road used to go through town. Yeah, I know. My mom used to work downtown at some office building as a secretary. And my pop, he was a... he was a guard down at the jail sometimes. A lot of times, he'd just stay home. And when he'd be home, I remember, (???), he used to shut off all the lights in the house and just sit in the kitchen, drink his beer, smoke a cigarette. In the wintertime sometimes, he'd leave the gas stove on so that it got real hot in there and shut all the doors. My mom used to sit in the front room, watch TV all night. And I'd go out. And if you came... If me and my sister if we came in... if we came in around ten or eleven, it was never too bad. But if we came in late, I knew my pop was sitting there waiting for me, sitting there in the dark for hours. And it put me and I tried to... tried to make it through the kitchen and run to make it up to my room. And just as I was, just as I was about through, he'd end up calling my name, tell me to sit down and talk to him for a little while. And we'd sit there in the dark. And meanwhile I could always hear his voice, but I could never see his face though... We'd talk about mostly nothing, what I was doing in school, and how I could join the army. Start asking what I thought I was doing with myself and where I was getting my money from, and all of a sudden, you're no good. And pretty soon, we'd start screaming at each other. And my mom would be coming in from the front room keeping us from fighting each other. And I'd be running out the back door, telling him that it was my life, I could do what I wanted to do... It's a hard world to get a break in All the good things have been taken But I know there's ways to make certain these days Though I come dressed in rags, I will wear sable someday Hear what I say I'm going to make for certain That's there's no more time spent sweatin' rent Hear my command, I'm breaking loose There ain't no use in holding me down Or sticking 'round Cause, baby (baby) Remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want It's my mind and I'll think what I want Show me I'm wrong Hurt me sometime Someday I'll treat you real fine I know, I know, I know... I just know... There'll be women with their fortunes Who just want to mother orphans Are you going to cry when I'm bleeding them dry? Taking all I can get with no regrets When I openly lie and live only money 'Cause you can believe me honey, that there's money out there And you can believe that I ain't no saint to complain And I'm going to go on out now, and get what's mine Baby (baby) remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want It's my mind and I'll think what I want Show me I'm wrong Hurt me sometime Someday I'll treat you real fine Don't push me! It's my life and I'll do what I want Do what I want! It's my mind and I'll think what I want It's my life! It's my life and I'll do what I want Do what I want, girl! It's my mind and I'll think what I want ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It's my Life (November 4, 1976, We Gotta Get Out of this Place) I grew up in this small town about twenty miles... twenty miles in.. inland. I remember I was in this dumpy two-story, two-family house next door to this gas station. And... And my mom, she... she was a secretary, and she worked downtown. And my pop... I remember she, she married my pop as soon as he got out of the army. They got married, and she took that job. And my father, he worked a lot of different places. He worked in a rug mill for a while, he drove a cab for a while and... worked... he was a guard down at the jail for a while. I can remember when he worked down there, he used to always come home real pissed off, drunk, sit in the kitchen. At night, nine o'clock, he used to shut off all the lights, every light in the house, and he used to get real pissed off if me or my sister turned any of them on. And he'd sit in the kitchen with a six-pack, a cigarette. And mom, she'd set her hair and she... she would come downstairs and just turn on the TV, and sit in the chair, watch TV 'til she fell asleep. And she'd get up the next morning and go to work again. And my pop, sometimes he went to bed, sometimes he didn't. Sometimes he got up, sometimes he didn't get up. And... And I used to sleep upstairs. And I used to pull, in the summertime, when the weather got hot, I used to drag my mattress out the window and sleep on the roof next door to the gas station. And I'd watch these different guys... The station closed up at one, and these guys, they'd be pulling in and pulling out all night long. They'd be meeting people there, they'd be ripping off down the highway. And as soon as I hit sixteen, me and my buddy, we got this car and we started taking off. We used to take off down to the beach sleep under the... sleep on top of the beach houses. We used to spin up to the city, and just walk around the streets all night long 'til the cops catch us at Port Authority, call our pops. My pop, he'd never come and get me, I remember, he always sent my mother. Everytime I got in trouble, my mother'd come down, she'd always say 'your father, he don't even want to come.' And... And I used to always have to go back home and when I... And I'd stand there in that driveway, afraid to go in the house and I could see through the screen door, could see the light on my pop's cigarette, and I can remember I just couldn't wait until I was old enough to take him out once. But... I used to slick my hair back real tight, so he couldn't tell how long it was getting, and try to sneak through the kitchen. But the old man, he'd catch every night and he'd drag me back into that kitchen, he'd make me sit down at that table in the dark, and he would sit there telling me, and in the wintertime, he used to... he used to turn on the gas stove so, and close all the doors, so it got real hot in there. And I remember just sitting in the dark, him telling me... and telling me, telling me, telling me. And I could always hear that voice. No matter how long I sat there, I could never ever see his face. We'd start talking about nothing much, how I was doing... Pretty soon, he asked me what I thought I was doing with myself. And we'd always end up screaming at each other. My mother, she'd always end up running in from the front room crying, and trying to pull him off me, try to keep us from fighting with each other. And I'd always end up... I'd always end up running out the back door and pulling away from him. Pulling away from him, running down the driveway screaming at him, telling him, telling him, telling him, how it was my life and I was going to do what I wanted to do... It's a hard world to get a break in All the good things have been taken But I know there's ways to make certain these days Though I come dressed in rags, I will wear sable, Sable!, someday Someday... Hear what I say Man, I'm going to make for certain Ain't gonna be no more of my time spent sweatin' rent Hear my command, I'm cutting loose It ain't no use in trying to hold me down Or sticking 'round Cause, baby (baby) Remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want It's my mind and I'll think what I want Show me I'm wrong Hurt me sometime Someday I'll treat you real fine I will! Girl, I will... I will, god I know it... I will... Yeah... There's women, who likes a-paying the rent, and their fortunes And they'll just want to mother orphans Are you going to cry when I'm bleeding them dry? Taking all I can get with no regrets When I, When I openly lie and live only money 'Cause you can believe me, that there's money out there And you can believe you can't be no saint and complain And I'm going to go on out, now!, and take what's mine And baby (baby) remember (remember) It's my life and I'll do what I want It's my mind and I'll think what I want Show me I'm wrong Hurt me sometime Someday I'll treat you real fine (It's my life and I'll do what I want) It's my life! (It's my mind and I'll think what I want) Think what I want! (It's my life and I'll do what I want) Don't you push me! (It's my mind) my life! (and I'll think what I want) All right! It's my life!

Our Last Goodbye

911 "The Journey"
Baby, don't cry Open your eyes Here in the dead of the night Lying here with you by my side, don't know if this is wrong or it's right Wishing this was just another day, baby, I can feel it's too late Just another cruel twist of fate Looking back through the years, time has dried all our tears But all good things must end, oh, just listen Chorus: Baby, don't cry, I can see we've lost the feeling Won't you open your eyes and try to find your smile We've known each other too long to let it all slip away But when all's said and done, we've said our last goodbye Baby, don't cry Baby, we've been living a lie And even though it hurts deep inside I know there can be no, no, no compromise 'cause too many chances have passed And if you want a love that can last, never try to push things too fast And though I've no regrets, I still recall the night we met We said we'd never end, so, baby, listen Repeat Chorus Rap: All the memories we had, I wouldn't change a thing And with the lights down low, I'm dreaming of what could have been Even though we've tried so many times before I'll take one look around before I close the door With this one last kiss, I know deep down inside The beginning of the end, the ending of our time Maybe we could try, but, no, it's just too late Just another cruel twist of fate Looking back through the years, time has dried all our tears But all good things must end, oh, just listen Repeat Chorus to fade

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