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The Cranberries — Will You Remember?
Album: To The Faithful Departed
Avg rating:
5.3

Your rating:
Total ratings: 131









Released: 1996
Length: 2:46
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Will you remember the dress I wore?
Will you remember my face?
Will you remember the lipstick I wore?
This world is a wonderful place

Will you remember the black limousine?
Will you remember champagne?
Will you remember the things that we see?
I will return here again

Will you remember the flowers in my hand?
Will you remember my hair?
Will you remember the future we planned?
The world is not waiting out there

I won't remember the dress I wore
I won't remember champagne
I won't remember the things that we swore
I will just love you in vain

Will you remember?
Will you recall?
Will you remember?
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Please ... make ... carousel...stop!
 
I hate this song even more than the first time I heard it. Grating, annoying, obnoxious, gives me a headache. It started out as a 2, which is unusually low for me. Now a 1, welcome to the Dengue Fever zone.
Oldie but goodie ...
 cayenne wrote:


Can't sleep...clown will eat me...
 

Bonus points for Simpsons quote {#Clap}

HOLY RAINSTICKS!

Blasting me back to 1996ish, when I purchased my last Cranberries album.
By far, this was the strangest album they produced. {#High-five}

Will you remember Sham Pain...eeyaye eeyaan?

Matteo Lavaselli
ProfessorFrink wrote:
Here's the complete list of acceptable circus-inspired songs ...
It's not a circus inspired song if you ask me, unless it was a circus which is to the faithfull departed.
agnes wrote:
I HATE CLOWNS. I REALLY, REALLY HATE CLOWNS. This is sending me into post-traumatic stress disorder. God, now I have to go to sleep.
Can't sleep...clown will eat me...
And now ladies and gentlemen.....Olga the flying, bearded lady...watch as she defies gravity...while shaving!
Hope I can forget.
JK27 wrote:
The circus music is grating ... 5
I couldn't agree more. Yuck.
The circus music is grating ... 5
I loved the early Cranberries - but this leaves me cold. They must have run out of ideas with this one.
ProfessorFrink wrote:
Here's the complete list of acceptable circus-inspired songs: The Show Must Go On by Three Dog Night and Wild Billy's Circus Song by Bruce. This song compares poorly to "Sideshow" by Blue Magic, and it can't get a whole lot worse than that.
What about this one?
we just heard the original done much better by robbie krieger, i think
Here's the complete list of acceptable circus-inspired songs: The Show Must Go On by Three Dog Night and Wild Billy's Circus Song by Bruce. This song compares poorly to "Sideshow" by Blue Magic, and it can't get a whole lot worse than that.
gekkosan wrote:
Weird. First time I find myself in complete disagreement with everyone. I quite like this song! :-)
Hey!! Look four posts down!! Come on, give a guy a break...
Weird. First time I find myself in complete disagreement with everyone. I quite like this song! :-)
One of my very least favorite Cranberries tracks. Glad i missed this one... 2
I have never before known Bill to play a tune with less than a rating of 5. I logged on to give this a 4 and was shocked to see an average not much different.
agnes wrote:
I HATE CLOWNS. I REALLY, REALLY HATE CLOWNS. This is sending me into post-traumatic stress disorder. God, now I have to go to sleep.
You are no where near alone in this. And while I can not tolerate a clown, I like the song and the music seems appropriate for it. Talk about a paradox...
While not their most solid piece, this brings out some good memories.
I HATE CLOWNS. I REALLY, REALLY HATE CLOWNS. This is sending me into post-traumatic stress disorder. God, now I have to go to sleep.
There's only one girl in this band. The name of the band should be The Cranberry. I know, it's weak.
Ok album....just the wrong song. Earlier Cranberry albums are much better.
Hmm. Part of a cirque-esque set, looks to be... And yay for hearing at least two new Cranberries songs this week!
The music sounds like circus music.