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OK here are the lyrics.

For the whole song.

See if you can remember them all.

Ready?

Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes
Remember me?
I’m the one who had your baby’s eyes

Bit repetitive, that.

Nice song though.

https://www.50odd.co.uk/remember-me/.

You know the video.

Where Richard Ashcroft sings a great tune.

(Bitter Sweet Symphony).

And simultaneously behaves like a very rude bastard.

By bumping into people as he walks down the road.

A Simple Concept.

The video is a simple concept.

Exploring what happens when a man walks in a straight line.

Down a busy high-street.

Regardless of who else is there.

Alternative Ending.

Anyhow.

If you’ve ever wondered what might happen if Mr. Ashcroft did actually walk down a street just bumping into people.

In real life.

Here’s the answer.

https://www.50odd.co.uk/bitter-sweet/.

 

I really don’t know if this has stood the test of time.

Actually.

I do.

It has.

Discovery.

Discovery is the ELO album I listened to most as a young man.

I bought all of their albums.

Well.

Most of them.

But this is the one that I played most often.

 

She’s released 88 singles so far.

Plus 23 promotional singles.

And has charted with an additional 16 songs on top of those.

But I still think that Madonna’s fifth single in 1984 was her best one.

Borderline.

My favourite.

When I ran my creative agency.

A fine chap wandered in one day.

He asked us to create an album cover for him.

And here it is.

Let it Go. 

F’reez he was called.

‘Secrets’ was the name of the album.

And this song.

‘Let it Go.’

Is my favourite from that album.

See what you think.