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I just returned from my son's elementary school performance. The chorus sang 'Remember Me', from the movie Coco.
Could not hold it in, the tears were flowing. Every time I hear this song, I hear my husband singing the words to me and also have flashes
of him singing and rocking his sons to sleep when they were newborns. Cherish the memories, yet so painful that he is no longer physically present.
Here are the lyrics:

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 apart

Remember 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

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Comment by only1sue on April 12, 2019 at 9:33pm

That song is very touching. I do pastoral care for my church so I have ministered to a lot of people now departed. From time to time something reminds me of them and I smile. In addition to my parents and my husband I have so many so wonderful people to remember.

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