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Beverly Bremers - DON'T SAY YOU DON'T REMEMBER (1971-72)

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Uploaded on Jun 30, 2008

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MUSIC: Helen Miller / LYRICS: Estelle Levitt

We wrote on the corner of the table
This is the only one that will last
For you, for me, for always
Forever was made for us but
For us it went by too fast

Don't say you don't remember
I'll never love anyone else
If you say you don't remember
How can I go on living with myself?

When we meet you always call me "baby"
How could it be that you forgot my name?
Before you go, be honest
I belonged to you and
Believed that you felt the same

Don't say you don't remember
I'll never love anyone else
If you say you don't remember
How can I go on living with myself?

People never stay the same forever
Somebody always loves a little more
Tonight I need to love you
Together we'll find a way
To make tomorrow worth living for

Don't say you don't remember
I'll never love anyone else
If you say you don't remember
How can I go on living with myself?
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This 70s heartache ballad by Beverly Bremers is so good, it deserves its own video... so I made one. The photos are from Beverly's website (check it out):
http://www.beverlybremers.com/

Released in 1971, then re-released in 1972, "Don't Say..." peaked at #15 on the charts in February 1972.

Beverly Bremers remembers composer Helen Miller on Helen's memorial Facebook page:

"Helen Miller was a genius, a lunatic, and a tough cookie, who lived life to the fullest - loud & large. It was a privilege to work with her on "Don't Say You Don't Remember". She knew what she wanted & she got it. I also recorded the demos for "Inner City" with her and the amazing Carl Hall, who later performed in the show. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to be in it because of a commitment to another show, but I sure wish I could've. Great songs in that show! What an amazing body of work she created in her life! Anyone who has ever crossed paths with this complex woman will always remember her ; - ) I miss her music, her spirit, & her dirty jokes. I even miss her yelling at me."
--Beverly Bremers, Feb. 17, 2011

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