Every day on the Railway of Life,
Passing by Memories Street,
I never made a stop,
But today I had to.
And what’s better to come here,
Feel its warmth,
Feel how much you’ve been loved,
Feel how much you’ve loved,
When you are lost and confused...
Walk by each and every memory,
Stop, look and stare,
Smile, laugh and cry,
Turn around, go back and forth.
Be not afraid.
There’s no shame in it.
Go as far as you want,
As far as you can,
Just do what you want.
Be not afraid.
There’s no shame in it,
It’s Memories Street
Remember where you dropped off,
Remember it’s just a street.
Where you could stop by any time.
And make sure you never miss
The Railway of Life,
This is just Memories Street,
Just Memories Street...
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