Remembering

Written by:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
(1971)

Lead vocals:
Robin Gibb

Album:
Trafalgar
(1971)


I never really want to be alone.
I had a woman once in my life
but now she’s flown.
Every night I keep seeing her face.

I never really broke her heart.
She was a part of me.
But that’s the way it was.
Now we live separately.

When will you walk through this door, babe?
When you left I fell to pieces.
But now I feel as good as if I were dead.

I’ll keep remembering
all my life,
remembering
when you were my wife.

Remembering
all my life.
And I’m facing a life
that I must go through
remembering.

I first set my eyes on you
one cold February.
You made me go out of my way
to make me feel fine.

Oh, but when will you walk through this door, babe?
When you left I fell to pieces.
Now I feel as good as good as if I were dead.

I’ll keep remembering
all my life,
remembering
when you were my wife.

Remembering
all my life.
And I’m facing a life
that I must go through
remembering.

Remembering

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