Remember That

Album: Do You Know (2008)


  • This song, in which Simpson offers comfort to a victim of domestic abuse and encourages her to leave her man for good, was written by Rachel Proctor and Victoria Banks. The duo also penned "Come on Over," which was Simpson's lead single from Do you Know.
  • In interviews, Simpson has alluded to having been in an abusive relationship herself in the past. US Weekly reported that during her March 12, 2009 concert in Phoenix, Arizona, at the Cricket Wireless Pavilion, the singer told her fans to "run so far away" from any abusive situations. She added, "In love, we all go through a lot of things, and a lot of things unfortunately make us stay there [in the relationship]. No matter what you go through in life, no matter what abuse you go through, take your heart and run so far away."

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  • Courtney from Salt Lake City, UtI was involved in a relationship with a man who was physically and verbally abusive and I can't even begin to tell you how much this song means to me. I love it!
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