Remember Me

Album: American Soldier (2009)
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  • For just one minute, step into my life.
    Read the page and
    Run away with me.
    The day I made that vow.
    I didn't know then what I know today.
    There's so much to say.

    I don't know what the future holds
    And I'm sorry if I seemed too cold.
    A man conflicted in his head
    Makes poor choices, regrets the words he said.

    Remember me and all the times we had.
    The way I held you.
    Remember me whenever you feel sad.
    All I want from you
    Is for you to tell me that you miss me.
    Will you wait for me?
    Remember me, please.

    Just wait one minute. Give me a chance
    And I'll make you see just what you really
    Mean to me.
    It took a living hell to
    Show me. All I want is to be with you.
    You know that what I say is true.


    I promise when I get back home
    I'll be the man you used to know.
    And I won't spend another day
    Without you, girl.
    I need your strength.

    Please stay and
    Remember me and all the times we had.
    The way I loved you.
    Remember me whenever you feel sad.
    All I want from you
    Is for you to tell me that you miss me.
    Will you wait for me?
    Remember me. Writer/s: GEOFFERY WAYNE TATE, JASON SLATER
    Publisher: TRI-RYCHE CORPORATION DBA QUEENSRYCHE PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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