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Song of the Week
    2020-09-30  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Remember me

Miguel featuring

Natalia Lafourcade

Remember me

Though I have to say goodbye

Remember me

Don’t let it make you cry

For even if I’m far away I hold you in my heart

I sing a secret song to you each night we are apartRemember me

Though I have to travel far

Remember me

Each time you hear a sad guitar

Know that I’m with you the only way that I can be

Until you’re in my arms again

Remember me

Remember me

Remember me

Remember me

Though I have to say goodbye

Remember me

Don’t let it make you cry

For even if I’m far away I hold you in my heart

I sing a secret song to you each night we are apartRemember me

For I will soon be gone

Remember me

And let the love we have live on

And know that I’m with you the only way that I can be

Until you’re in my arms again

Remember me

If you close your eyes and let the music play

Keep our love alive, I’ll never fade away

If you close your eyes and let the music play

Keep our love alive, I’ll never fade away

If you close your eyes and let the music play

Keep our love alive, I’ll never fade away

Remember me

For I will soon be gone

Remember me

And let the love we have live on

And know that I’m with you the only way that I can be

So until you’re in my arms again

Remember me yeah

Remember me yeah

Remember me

Background

“Remember Me,” from Disney-Pixar’s “Coco,” won the best song Oscar for songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez in 2018. This was the second Oscar win for the New York-based tunesmiths, having previously taken home the statue for the massive hit “Let It Go” for 2013’s Disney film “Frozen.” The song plays a key role in the narrative about a Mexican boy who travels to the Land of the Dead to learn the truth about a famous musician who may be his ancestor.

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