Anggun – What we remember (audio)

French-Indonesian singer Anggun has been writing and performing music since she was 7.
Her first international album “Snow on the Sahara”, released in 1997, became the best-selling album by an Asian artist outside Asia.
Since then she has had four more English language releases.
Now she has a new single out “What we remember” and it’s a bop!
The new album is expected to be released next month.
About it, the singer said: “I have been working very hard on my new English album, writing songs while having short breaks during my extensive tour across France & Belgium over the past few months. I’m really excited to showcase several collaborations with some of the most talented songwriters and producers I have ever met and worked with. This is probably my best album so far and I can’t wait to share it with the world.”

Lyrics:

Planes fly over my head,
drawing lines in the sky,
destined to be forgotten.

Words you dared to say
that left the clouds in my eyes,
on hold to be forgiven.

Can’t you see it in my face,
the struggle and the grace.
Some things I cannot hide.

We’re dodging bullets with this game,
but the pleasure and the pain
are only there for a while.

‘Cause nothing lasts forever, forever.

No, nothing lasts forever.
We only have what we remember.

We only have what we remember.
We only have what we remember.

Though life plays hard to get,
somehow I keep the smile
and let my heart do the rest.

One thing I can regret
is when I’m too afraid to try
to give it my very best.

Don’t want my memory of you,
the love that once was true
slowly fades away.

Something that I can’t undo
can break my heart in two,
is what they called the twist of fate.

‘Cause nothing lasts forever, forever.

No, nothing lasts forever.
We only have what we remember.

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