Category: Classical

Chained To A Memory

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  1. While I'm chained to a memory of you. If the world should end tomorrow, I'd be satisfied. 'Cause you're gone and there is nothing I can do without you. All my dreams and precious hopes of yesterday, they have died. Still I'm chained to a memory of you.
  2. (Why Am I) Chained to a Memory Lyrics: Why am I chained to a memory / Why does the thought of you still torture me / When will I find someone to set me free / So I won't be / Chained to a memory.
  3. So I won't be chained to a memory Your letters threw them on the fire Your pictures out the window All that I could find that reminded me of you I threw them all away I get up in the morning I'm pacing the floor Like I'm expecting you to walk in the door I keep forgetting I won't see you anymore Guess I'm doomed to be chained to a memory Oh.
  4. Why am I chained to a memory Why does the thought of you still torture me When will I find someone to set me free So I won’t be Chained to a memory Why am I chained to the hurt I knew Each day you thought of something cruel to do Where in this world can I escape from you So I won’t be Chained to a memory Your letters threw them in the fire.
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  6. Chained to a Memory song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed. Chained to a Memory lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, it's a great Eddy Arnold song.
  7. Chained To A Memory Lyrics: Why am I chained to a memory? / Why does the thought of you still torture me? / When will I find someone to set me free?
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