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Paula DeAnda (Paula DeAnda) · Paula DeAnda [Bonus Tracks] (Paula DeAnda) · Merry Christmas, Baby [Paula] (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The Jewel/Paula Soul Story (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The Very Best of the Modernaires with Paula Kelly (The Modernaires) · Paula's Greatest Gospel Hits (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Irio de Paula (Amigo Baden - Acoustic Guitar) (Amigo Baden) · Rhino Hi-Five: Paula Cole (Paula Cole) · Hey Paula! (Paul & Paula) · Paula (Robin Thicke) – and 90 other albums »


spells by a man in chains

Silence is all we have to give
And the memories of a life I wish we'd lived

Hey, remember me
I remember you walking away
remember me

Good-bye, there's just no sadder word to say
And it's sad to walk away
With just the memories
Who's to know what might have been
We leave behind
Don't ask questions
Beg forgiveness
Make ammends
Walk don't run
Goooood its gettin hard to breeeeeeathe
Remember mother's song
I remember mother's
Do me a favor let me forget I don't want to remember that we ever met
Please stay away from me leave me alone
I've had too many heartaches a little
Mademoiselle Mademoiselle of gay Paris think back think back remember me
Mademoiselle Mademoiselle in dreams I see wour smiling face and gay Paris
We
The last person you blame is yourself and you feel like a victim and it feels
great to be put upon by love

You turned me and you put me out
You
baby
I couldn't let you walk around
Thinking it's alright to let me down, I remember

I remember the way
You used to love me
I remember the days
You used
walks in and the universe kind of stops
Turned out she drank the same tea as me
Don't take more than that to start a conversation sometimes
She believed
baby.
I couldn't let you walk around thinking it's alright to let me down.

I remember the way you used to love me.
I remember the days you used to love
walk down the street in the evening and for years I would see them go by
And their love that was more than the clothes that they wore
Could be seen in
away

They would walk down the street in the evening 
And for years I would see them go by
And their love that was more than 
The clothes that they
Lay me down on porch at midnight get me high on the southern moonlight
Walk me down by the river star bright hold me my friend I'm home again
I'm
I walk a lonely path, one that must look down and laugh
And if this is your epitaph, you're not alone 

I walk a lonely road, ruled by some
asked for more
I get my fix if I get close to you
With just a dose of you

Every single day I remember you would take away
Even if it's wrong

And I walk
Sorry, I have to go away
The path for me just keeps moving on
I walk for days in fevers hot and grave
Lord knows we've paid

But when the times are
to walk like a man

By our Lady Of The Roses
We lived in the shadow of the elms
I remember ma draggin' me and my sister up the street to the church
the holes that you burned in me
Six years old and you know
He never walks away
He never asks for money
He takes care of me
He loves me
Piece by piece,
the holes that you burned in me
Six years old and you know, he never walks away
He never asks for money, he takes care of me
He loves me
Piece by piece,
forget
Would you take my regrets
'Cause I remember everything

Oh, dear brother, just don't hate me
For never standing by you or being by your side
you take my regrets
'Cause I remember everything

Oh, dear brother, just don't hate me
For never standing by you or being by your side
Dear sister,
standing in the street
Snow men and reindeer came out to greet
Silver bells chimed from far away
As Santa rode by on an open sleigh
And he told me have no
A shoulder to cry on
Someone to lean on
Someone to take you away

Someone to talk to
And somewhere to walk to
I need to remind you someway
penny baby)
Penny lover, don't you walk on by (don't you walk on by)
I remember the first time I saw you baby
Penny lover, don't you make me cry
You
A shoulder to cry on
Someone to lean on
Someone to take you away

Someone to talk to
And somewhere to walk to
I need to remind you someway
[ VERSE 1: Starang Wondah ]
Hey yo, I remember Paula, a female baller
We hit down south, I would call her
She was lonely, strippin, had a job