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I Forgot to Tell You ©

Robbie Kennedy Bennett
Wolverhampton, England
2006

Well you know what I'm like
I'm forgetting what you have told me,
I've forgot what you've just said
It went right over my head.
I forgot to turn the gas out
And that could have been tragic,
But I remember our anniversary
That's a piece of magic.
I forgot to post you're letter
And pick up a loaf of bread,
I know that you had told me
But it went right over my head.
I know that you had told me
Not to forget to lock the door,
And I forgot to tell you
I will love you for evermore.

Oh, by the way,
I've forgot to say,
I've loved you for every minute
Of every hour of every day.
And oh, by the way,
I forgot to say,

You're still as pretty as ever.



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