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said:
You'll forget
You'll forget that you loved me

And you'll stop thinkin' of me
You'll forget what you feel right now
But how?
There she stood,
to turn around

Fooled by a smile
You regret, won't forget what you've left behind
Fooled by a smile
You regret, won't forget what you've left behind
the cars fly by
I look at you and I start to cry
What you did was you saved my life
I won't forget it

You said even if I left my girlfriend
Packed up
and by

I dreamed I saw Joe Hill last night
Alive as you and me
Says I, "But Joe, you're ten years dead"
"I never died," said he

By and by, by and by
did to me, how do you sleep at night

All the things that you said
They all went to my head
And I don't know now
I don't know how to forget
What it is
forget

I had a barbecue stain on my white t-shirt
She was killing me in that mini-skirt
Skippin' rocks on the river by the railroad tracks
She had a sun
Southern man, better keep your head
Don't forget what your good book said
Southern change gonna come at last
Now your crosses are burning fast
I didn't sleep a wink all night long
Waitin' by my telephone
You said you'd call me 'bout a quarter to ten
But you went and stood me up again

I
Let my right hand forget what it's supposed to do

Said, ah, rebuild the temple and the crown of glory
Years gone by, about sixty
We were burned in
love poems and old letters
I dumped them all out on the bed
Found a homemade birthday card from my mom
And this is what it said
Yeah, this is what it
This is the sweetest letter
That I have ever read.
It was written by my sweetheart
And this is what she said.
(it reads,) 'my dearest darling,
by the bed to pray
I haven't done this in a while
So I don't know what to say
But, Lord, I feel so small sometimes in this big ol' place
Yeah, I
Southern man, better keep your head
Don't forget what your good book said
Southern change gonna come at last
Now your crosses are burning fast
The warden came along and asked me what I was thinking of
Last year in the summer with a Tiffany lamp over her head

Well I grabbed her by the hand and with
When I was young my father said
'Son I have something to say'
And what he told me I'll never forget
Until my dying days

[Chorus:]
He said son
the way 
Did what I did, said what I had to say 
And I'd do it all again if I had to today 
When all is said and done 
I'm the one. 

It's a long hard road
is real
Its not how it seems

Forget what you've heard
And all that was said
Lines get blurred
Its all in your head
Forget what is right
Forget
You're not the smartest man that I ever met
And every word you ever said I won't forget
And so I guess that's why until the day I die
When you're bad
If you wear red tonight,
Remember what I said tonight.
For red is the colour that my baby wore,
And what is more, it's true,
Yes it is.
Scarlet
Written by Joe Babcock
Recorded by Hank Snow

I was born in Macon Georgia they kept my dad in the Macon jail
Dad said son if you keep your hands
Southern man better keep your head
Don't forget what your good book said
Southern change gonna come at last
Now your crosses are burning fast
like every Sunday I called mama up last night
And even when it's not I tell her everything's all right
Before we hung up I said 
Hey mama don't forget
you by my side
If I could forget her, but it's my pride
Yes it is, yes it is
Oh, yes it is, yeah

Please don't wear red tonight
This is what I
has passed you by
I will never forget your name
Do you know why?

You forgot why you came here today
And so you ran away
I said bye bye bye
the dying fellow said

He said they let me out of prison out in Frisco
For ten long years I've paid for what I've done
I was trying to get back to Louisiana