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"He who forgets, will be destined to remember..."

For Squirrels - Red Robin

I cannot fail to remember the eyes, mouth, and small tears.
A new life, a new existence; I was so enthralled by these.
Rolled up in a new body, you alone changed life;
My sister, such infectious little memories.

Take it from me — don’t be afraid of who you are.
Take it from me — be wary of the things you see.
We’re all fine.

Knew you before you knew me.
Your favorite things, unacceptable things.
Cloth diapers, and teething rings;
come crank my swing cause I can’t sleep.
Fold up in a tiny town — it’s a pretty picture of perfection.
My sister, such infectious little memories.

Take it from me — don’t be afraid of who you are.
Take it from me — be wary of the things you see.

Take it from me — what can be spared does not belong.
Take it from me — we’re all fine.

Beautiful red robin .. beautiful
Beautiful red robin .. beautiful.

Recognize me — so soft a china doll with eyes that see;
laughter that can warm the room.
Most like mom with things we see;
a grown-up mind before you’re grown.
I relate to you and you to me,
my sister, such infectious little memories.

Take it from me — don’t be afraid of who you are.
Take it from me — be wary of the things you see.

Take it from me — what can be spared does not belong.
Take it from me — we’re all fine with everything.

Beautiful red robin, beautiful
Beautiful red robin, beautiful
Beautiful red robin, beautiful
Beautiful red robin, beauti, beauti, beautiful.

These lyrics are by For Squirrels, from Red Robin. Posted at 6:01am on 17 September 2008.
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