Then You'll Remember Me

DESCRIPTION: "When other lips and other hearts Their tales of love shall tell, In language whose excess imparts The power they love so well," perhaps there will come a reminder: "And you'll remember me." In hard times too, then "You'll remember me."
AUTHOR: A. Bunn? (Source: Bodleian references)
EARLIEST DATE: before 1846 (various Bodleian broadsides)
KEYWORDS: love abandonment nonballad
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REFERENCES (2 citations):
Heart-Songs, pp. 52-53, "Then You'll Remember Me" (1 text, 1 tune)
Hylands-Mammoth-Hibernian-Songster, p. 125, "You'll Remember Me" (1 text)

Roud #13830
BROADSIDES:
Bodleian, Johnson Ballads 520, "And You'll Remember Me," E. M. A. Hodges (London), 1844-1845; also Harding B 11(63), "And You'll Remember Me," (Ryle and Paul, London), 1838-1859; also Harding B 11(1695), "You'll Remember Me," J. Harkness (Preston), 1840-1866; Harding B 11(4352), Harding B 11(4353), "You'll Remember Me," H. Such (London), 1849-1862; also Harding B 11(62), "And You'll Remember Me," A. Ryle and Co. (London), 1846-1859; also Harding B 18(512), "You'll Remember Me," C. Magnus (New York), c. 1860; also Firth b.25(184)=Harding B 11(251), "You'll Remember Me," H. Disley (London), 1860-1883; also Firth b.25(420)=Harding B 11(4005)=Johnson Ballads 3345, "Then You'll Remember Me," G. Henson (Northampton), n.d.; also 2806 d.31(45)=Harding B 11(4006), "Then You'll Remember Me," unkown, n.d.; Firth b.25(82), "Then You'll Remember Me," M. Carroll (Birmingham), n.d.; Harding B 13(256)=Harding B 13(257), "You'll Remember Me," unknown, n.d.;
File: HMHS125A

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