Don't You Remember

  • When will I see you again?
    You left with no goodbye, not a single word was said
    No final kiss to seal anything
    I had no idea of the state we were in

    I know I have a fickle heart and a bitterness
    And a wandering eye, and a heaviness in my head
    But don't you remember, don't you remember?
    The reason you loved me before,
    Baby please remember me once more

    When was the last time you thought of me?
    Or have you completely erased me from your memories?
    I often think about where I went wrong
    The more I do, the less I know

    But I know I have a fickle heart and a bitterness
    And a wandering eye, and a heaviness in my head
    But don't you remember, don't you remember?
    The reason you loved me before
    Baby please remember me once more

    Oh, I gave you the space so you could breathe
    I kept my distance so you would be free
    In hope that you find the missing piece
    To bring you back to me

    Why don't you remember, don't you remember?
    The reason you loved me before
    Baby please remember me once more
    When will I see you again? Writer/s: Daniel Dodd Wilson, Adele Adkins
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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