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Just Remember I Love You

by

Firefall



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In this song, the singer tries to offer encouragement to someone who sounds chronically depressed and hopeless, perhaps suicidal. People who are going through their worst times ever have been known to identify with the lyrics. (thanks, Mike - Santa Barbara, CA)
This was written by Firefall singer Rick Roberts, who along with Larry Burnett was a main songwriter in the band. Read more in our interview with Larry Burnett.
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Comments (4):

I was so blessed to have writer Rick Roberts sing this Song during Our Wedding Ceremony on Oct. 29, 2011. This has been my favorite Song since it was first released.
I Married Bob Gaffney who was in "Firefall" in the 80s. Our Best Friend "Chuck Kirkpatrick" who was also in the Band "Firefall" in the 80s Walked me down
the Aisle. It was a Magical Day for me at "Castle Otttis" in St. Augustine, Florida . Rick Roberts is a such an awesome person :) At the Reception, My Husband Bob, Chuck and Rick Roberts all performed all of Rick's Hits with "Firefall" during Our Reception. Thank you "Rick Roberts" for Sharing Your Musical Gifts with Us.
- Sherri Gaffney, Palm CIty, FL
I was 11 yrs old when this song was a hit. Through the years when I would hear it, I would be comforted greatly by the words. When I was 18, I accepted Jesus as my Savior and then realized it was Him who used the song to comfort me. The "I" in the song is God in my opinion.
- Mike, Norwalk, CT
Just love Firefall, and the song I really like is headed for a fall, thats a good one also. Have the cd and its something I never get tired listening too. Feel like I'm at their concert. gonna get out my cigerette lighter any minute now.
- JoAnn, Portsmouth, VA
During the 2nd verse right at the beginning of the line "your world has crumbled", during "world", you can clearly hear somebody burp. If you can't hear it at first, use headphones. Sorry if I ruined anybody's mood for listening to this, just thought it was funny.
- Austin, Cincinnati, OH
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