Sharman - song about forgetfulness

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Rodney Sharman
Text by Bill Richardson

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What, my friend, will I remember, when I’m old then older yet?
What, my friend, will I remember? What, my friend, will I forget?
A rained out birthday picnic, my rst straight-A report card, the fate of Harry Potter?
Will I remember being young? Remember how I look? Remember how we look right now?
What, my friend, will you remember? Oh my friend, oh my dear.
What, my friend, will you remember? When you’re old and full of years. Will you remember here and now? Recall how once we’d sung this song?
This song about forgetfulness, when we were still so young? Will you remember standing tall?
Will you remember me, my friend? Will I remember you?
The time that lies ahead of us is greater than the time that’s gone. Let’s meet again and sing this song when the opposite is true. Whatever else we may forget, remember now: Sing with no regrets.

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from REFUGE: music of resilience + hope, released September 7, 2016

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Cor Flammae Vancouver, British Columbia

Cor Flammae is Vancouver's summer chorus of classically trained, queer singers, performing queer content. Composed from the ranks of the city's top-flight choral ensembles and singers, the choir seeks to reveal the hidden queer heritage often ignored in the conservative world of classical music. ... more

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