YOU'LL REMEMBER ME.
When other lips and other hearts
Their tales of love shall tell,
In language whose excess imparts
The power they feel so well,
There may, perhaps, in such a scene,
Some recollection be
Of days that have as happy been,
And you'll remember me-
And you'll remember, you'll remember me.
When coldness or deceit shall slight
The beauty now they prize,
And deem it but a faded light
Which beams within your eyes;
When hollow hearts shall wear a mask,
Twill break your own to see,
In such a moment I but ask
That you'll remember me-
That you'll remember, you'll remember me.