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The Canadian Soldiers' Song Book/Then You'll Remember Me

For other versions of this work, see You'll Remember Me.

85—THEN YOU'LL REMEMBER ME
(The Bohemian Girl)

When other lips and other hearts,
Their tales of love shall tell,
In language whose excess imparts
The pow'r they feel so well,
There may perhaps in such a scene,
Some recollection be,
Of days that have as happy been
And you'll remember me, And you'll remember, You'll remember me.

When coldness or deceit shall slight,
The beauty now they prize,
And deem it but a faded light,
Which beams within your eyes,
When hollow hearts shall wear a mask,
'Twill break your own to see,
In such a moment I but ask
That you'll remember, That you'll remember, You'll remember me.