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Why Remind Me

Writer(s): S. Willner / D. Tauber
(From The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Disc 10)

(Why remind me) the way we used to talk and laugh,
I don’t need any photograph to think of you [think of you],
(Why remind me) the way we danced the whole night long,
I don’t need records of our song to sing it through.
I don’t need books of matches to remember our café.
What earthly good are matches to a flame of yesterday?
(Why remind me) I know our love has played its part,
I’m only asking of my heart to stop reminding me of you.

(I don’t need any matches to remember our café.)
(What earthly good are matches) to a flame of yesterday.
(Why remind me I know our love has played its part,)
(I’m only asking of my heart) to stop reminding me of you,
It just keeps reminding me of you

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