Do You Remember?
Words and Music by CARRIE JACOBS-BOND
Published 1915 by Carrie Jacobs-Bond & Son


[Verse 1]
Do you re-mem-ber the days in the moun-tains?
Do you re-mem-ber the mist on the lea?
Do you re-mem-ber the scent of the wild-flow'rs?
And are these mem-'ries still mem-'ries of me?

Do you re-mem-ber the dew on the fern leaves
Down by the brook that flows on to the sea?
Do you re-mem-ber the songs sung to-geth-er?
And, thus re-mem-b'ring, think some-times of me?

Re-mem-ber, re-mem-ber, Al-tho' we're a-part,
Thro' si-lence and dis-tance You still hold my heart.


[Verse 2]
Do you re-mem-ber the days in the moun-tains?
Do you re-mem-ber the sky's won-drous blue?
Do you re-mem-ber the mead-ow-lark's sing-ing?
To me these mem-'ries are mem-'ries of you.

Do you re-mem-ber the song of the crick-et?
And the soft moon-beams a-slant on the hill?
Do you re-mem-ber the soft winds a-sigh-ing
Down thro' the ca-ñons so peace-ful and still?

Re-mem-ber, re-mem-ber, Al-tho' we're a-part,
Thro' si-lence and dis-tance You still hold my heart.