Lyr Add: Remember (Irving Berlin)
Lyr Add: How Many Times? (Irving Berlin) (2)
Lyr Add: Marie (Irving Berlin) (8)
ADD: They Were All Out of Step but Jim (I Berlin) (3)
Lyr Req: Yiddisha Eyes (Irving Berlin) (14)
Folklore: Pickaninny in closet (92)
Lyr Add: Alexander's Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin) (15)
Lyr Add: Puttin' On The Ritz (Irving Berlin) (16)
Lyr Req: Supper Time (Irving Berlin) (7)
Lyr Req/Add: When I Lost You (Irving Berlin) (5)
Lyr Req/Add: What'll I Do (Irving Berlin) (19)
Lyr Add: This Is the Army, Mr. Jones (Berlin) (5)
Lyr Add: How Deep Is The Ocean? (Irving Berlin) (4)
Lyr Add: You Cannot Make Your Shimmy Shake on Tea (12)
Lyr Add: Easter Parade (Irving Berlin) (35)
Lyr Add: Lazy (Irving Berlin) (1)
Lyr Req/Add: Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk (7)
Lyr Add: A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody (I. Berlin (5)
Lyr Req/ADD: Blue Skies (Irving Berlin) (24)
Lyr Req: You're Just in Love (Irving Berlin) (21)
Lyr Add: I'll See You in C-U-B-A (Irving Berlin) (23)
Lyr Req: Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning (12)
Lyr/Chords Req: Couple of Swells (Irving Berlin) (17)
Lyr/Chords Req: Always (Irving Berlin) (23)
Lyr/Chords Req: All By Myself (Irving Berlin) (8)
Lyr Req: You'd Be Surprised (Irving Berlin) (7)
Lyr Req: Si's Been Drinking Cider (Irving Berlin) (3)
Lyr Add: Cohen Owes Me 97 Dollars (Irving Berlin) (12)
Lyr Req: Always (Irving Berlin) (15)
Chords Req: Blue Skies (Irving Berlin) (11)
Lyr Req: Sisters (Irving Berlin) (16)
Lyr Req: When I Leave the World Behind (I. Berlin) (5)
Subject: Lyr Add: Remember (Irving Berlin)|
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 11 Aug 13 - 07:48 PM
(Irving Berlin, 1925)
One little kiss, a moment of bliss, then hours of deep regret
One little smile, and after a while, a longing to forget
One little heartache, left as a token
One little plaything, carelessly broken.
Remember the night
The night you said, "I love you"
Remember you vowed
By all the stars above you
Remember we found a lonely spot
And after I learned to care a lot-
You promised that you'd forget me not
But you forget
Into my dreams you wandered it seems, and then there came a day
You loved me too, my dreams had come true, and all the world was May
But soon the maytime turned to December
You had forgotten, do you remember?
Another unforgettable, bittersweet song by Irving Berlin.
I have not seen the sheet music. The above from several lyrics sites.
Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Remember (Irving Berlin)|
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 12 Aug 13 - 02:09 PM
Berlin was married for the second time in 1925, the year this song was written.
His first marriage ended in tragedy. In 1912, he married Dorothy Goetz, who died of typhoid fever, contracted during their honeymoon in Havana. "When I Lost You," his first ballad, spelled out his grief.
His second marriage, to Ellin Mackay, daughter of the head of Postal Telegraph, was over the active objections of father Clarence Maskay. They were inseparable, until her death at age 85 in 1988 (Berlin died age 101).