Remember Me Remember Me
Remember me? Remember me?
From ages long since gone.
But stop look around,
And hear the sound
Of the Universal gong.
It tolls for us once more my darling
It sets us on the path
To happiness divine and daring
Where once more we will laugh,
With the joy of knowledge and of bliss
That precedes us in this life.
Once more we'll hold and hug and kiss,
And there'll be no stress and strife.
For the circle turns again for us
And in peace and joy we'll walk.
We'll rest our souls in the bower of trust
And we'll love and laugh and talk.
This lifetime here is our space again,
As the spiral sets us down,
We'll walk in sunshine not in rain
With smiles and ne'er a frown.
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