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Marty Robbins Performs"Some Memories Just Want Die"Live Video.

Marty Robbins Performs"Some Memories Just Want Die"Live Video.

 "Some Memories Just Won't Die" is a song written by Bobby Lee Springfield, and recorded by American country music artist Marty Robbins. It was released in April 1982 as the first single from his album Come Back to Me. The song reached #10 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and #1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.On June 6, 1983, at the 17th annual Music City News Country Awards in Nashville, the song was named "Single of the Year" for 1982, giving Robbins a posthumous honor.

Marty Robbins Some Memories Just Won't Die Lyrics

You say it's over

You way it's through

It was a long long time ago

And he means nothing to you

Oh but I heard you whisper

Someone's name in your sleep last night

Baby admit it

Some memories just won't die

 

Oh some memories just won't die

Some feelings just won't leave

Oh no matter how hard you try

And I know every now and then

You still think of him

I see it in your eyes

Some memories just won't die

 

I thought my loving

would help you forget

But something tells me

You're not over him yet

Something's haunting you

Way down deep inside

Am I losing you

To a memory that won't die

 

And some memories just won't die

Some feelings just won't leave

Oh no matter how hard you try

And I know every now and then

You still think of him

I see it in your eyes

Some memories just won't die


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