I Remember You

Album: Leave Home (1977)
  • I remember you I remember
    You I remember you
    I remember lying awake at night and thinking just of you
    But things don't last forever and somehow baby
    They never really do
    They never really do

    I remember you I remember
    You I remember you
    I remember lying awake at night and thinking just of you
    But things don't last forever and somehow baby
    They never really do
    They never really do

    I remember you I remember
    You I remember you
    I remember you I remember
    You I remember you
    I remember you, you I remember you I remember you

    I remember lying awake at night and thinking just of you
    But things don't last forever and somehow baby
    They never really do
    They never really do

    I remember you I remember
    You I remember you
    I remember you I remember
    You I remember you
    I remember you

Comments: 4

  • Core from Athens, PaAt the Warped Tour in Scranton on 7/27/08, Street Dogs stopped in a middle of a song and asked who had heard of the Ramones, at which time they stated there would be no Warped Tour without the Ramones, and started a chant with a slowed down version of this song.
  • Rodrigo from Somewhere In, --Great Song. The song was written by Joey Ramone, although in the album says written by Ramones.
  • Maya from San Francisco-ish, CaI love this song. The lyrics are so true, too.
  • Mariah from Miami, FlI love this song... It's so soft and gentle. GO RAMONES!
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