I Forgot to Remember to Forget
Chris Isaak Lyrics


I forgot to remember to forget her,
I can't seem to get her off my mind.
I thought I'd never miss her,
But I found out somehow
I think about her almost all the time.

The day we said goodbye
I made myself a promise
That I'd soon forget we'd ever met.
Oh darling something sure is wrong,
'Cause I'm so blue and lonely.
I forgot to remember to forget.

Oh darling the day you said goodbye
I made myself a promise
That I'd soon forget we'd ever met,
Oh darling something sure is wrong,
'Cause I'm so blue and lonely.
I forgot to remember to forget.

Lyrics © RECORDS ON THE WALL, INC, CARLIN AMERICA INC
Written by: Charlie Feathers, Stanley A Kesler

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the king

Chris isaak's beyond the sun is a must for all true rock 'n roll fans. 🎸

Donna Linn

What a great singer/performer Chris Isaak is.... wow... so underrated!!

Billy Swann

Best cover ever, well done Chris Isaak

patricia donald-mcveigh

Brilliant ! Chris Isaak can do no wrong !!

Gary Spring

the new face of rock and roll chris issak. what a voice still sounds good at 60 yrs old.

kbakero

Thank you Chris Isaak for this album, I just love it!!! Just like I love Elvis, I know I'll be listening to these songs and many more to come!

Donna Linn

Just love his "Rockabilly" sound!

Michael Morris

"I Forgot to Remember to Forget" is a country song written by Stan Kesler and Charlie Feathers. It was recorded at Sun Studio on July 11, 1955, by Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore, Bill Black, and Johnny Bernero[1] on drums, and released on August 20, 1955, along with "Mystery Train" (Sun 223).[2][3] It was rereleased by RCA Victor (#47-6357) in December 1955. courtesy of Wikipedia

Deborah Bertolani

He sounds just as good today, I have been to 5 shows this year and they are great

Barry Hestand

Great version! Would have loved to have been able to hear Buddy Holly's version, but apparently it's lost forever. It was supposedly his mother's favorite thing he ever recorded.

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