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I've Forgotten, She's Forgotten
Lyrics
"I've Forgotten, She's Forgotten"
Lyrics: Cal Francis DiFalco
Music: John Lawrence Schick
Sung by Erik Tyler


Walking through my hometown
It barely feels the same
Should have stayed in Clarksburg
Where people know my name

I'm looking for a girl
My love from way back when
I made me a promise
That I'd be back again

But I've forgotten, she's forgotten
How it used to be
And I know when she's talking
It's not about me
And I wonder in those moments
Where things don't seem so right
I wonder if she wonders, where I am tonight


I'm passing by the alley
Where we used to meet
A quarter passed eight o'clock
By Shady Maples street

I never knew what happened
And why I left her there
But I don't really matter
I haven't got a prayer

But I've forgotten, she's forgotten
How it used to be
And I know that when she's talking
It's not about me
And I wonder in those moments
Where things don't seem so right
I wonder if she wonders, where I am tonight

I've forgotten, she's forgotten too
Description
Short Song Description:
Long Song Description:
A melancholy, yet hopeful ballad. Intentional hyperbole lyrically.
Story Behind the Song:
Credits
Lyric Credits: Cal Francis DiFalco
Music Credits: John Lawrence Schick
Producer Credits: John Lawrence Schick
Publisher Credits:
Performance Credits: Vocal: Erik Tyler Piano & Instrumental: John Lawrence Schick
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Metadata
Song Length: 3:08
Primary Genre: Pop-General
Secondary Genre: Unique-Soundtracks
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Mood 1: Endearing
Mood 2: Poignant
Language: English