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  1. I Remember
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Lyrics

Remember how we’d walk up to the grocery store

We must have been 7 or 8

You’d buy a Dr. Pepper and I’d tag along

Nothing’s really changed

I hear those old songs, then I remember

I see those old places, then I remember

I see our old faces, but I don’t forget

Remember your old neighbor from across the street

I think her name was Becky

We were always staring at her boobs and whispering

I wonder if she noticed

I hear those old songs, then I remember

I see those old places, then I remember

I see our old faces, but I don’t forget

Is it all downhill from here?

Have our best years been spent?

We could live for 40 more years

That would be interesting

Remember when you visited in 92

And I was staying with a friend

You let me take your motorcycle for a ride

I dropped it on its side and broke the mirror

I hear those old songs, then I remember

I see those old places, then I remember

I see our old faces, but I don’t forget

Remember that old Plymouth parked out on the street

At your old place on Pinehurst

We were always jumping in the cab and listening

To a little Percy or some Otis, oh yeah

I hear those old songs, then I remember

I see those old places, then I remember

I see our old faces, but I don’t forget