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Remember Me

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Listen to the voices of the past. They seem to say,

“Remember me.”

Listen to the songs they sing of some far distant day,

“Remember me.”

Echoes fading, falling, still I hear them calling,

“Remember me. Remember me.”

 

Wonder where my old pals are and wonder if they still

Remember me.

Hope you’re doing fine, old gang, and hope you always will

Remember me.

Through the long years gliding, anywhere you’re riding,

Remember me. Remember me. 

 

 

NB: The above verses were from the soundtrack of the Republic picture, "Sunset on the Desert" (1942) but the original unrecorded song was as follows:

 

 

Listen to the voices of the past, they seem to say,

Remember me.

Listen to a prayer from no-man’s land of yesterday,

“Remember me.”

Listen where the poppy grows and listen where the crosses rose,

Remember me, remember me!

 

Listen to a million voices promising they will

Remember you.

Listen to the promise of a million more that will

Remember you.

Listen as Old Glory brings a promise borne on roaring wings,

Remember, we remember you!

 

 

 

 

 

More about this song.

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For permission to record Bob Nolan's music, contact: The Songwriter’s Guild of America