Don't Forget Me, an original song written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, performed by Ivy Lynn in Opening Night.
Lyrics: They thought they could dispose of me They tried to make me small I suffered each indignity But now rise above it all
Yes, the price I paid was all I had But at last I found release And if something good can come from bad The past can rest in peace
So if you see someone's hurt and in need of a hand Don't forget me Or hear a melody crying from some baby grand Well, don't forget me When you sing "Happy Birthday" to someone you love Or see diamonds you wish were all free Please say that you won't I pray that you don't forget me
But forget every man who I ever met 'Cause they all only lived to control For a kiss they paid a thousand, yet They paid fifty cents for my soul They took their piece: the price of fame That no one can repay Oh, but they didn't buy me when they bought my name And that is why I pray
That when you see someone's hurt and in need of a hand You don't forget me Or hear a melody crying from some baby grand You don't forget me When you sing "Happy Birthday" to someone you love Or see diamonds you wish were all free Please say that you won't I pray that you don't forget me
There are some in this world who have strength of their own Never broken or in need of repair But there are some born to shine who can't do it alone So protect them and take special care Take care
And don't forget me Please take care And don't forget me
When you look to the heavens with someone you love And a light's shining bright from afar Hope you see my face there And then offer a prayer And please, let me be Let me be that star!
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Don't Forget Me is an original song first featured in Bombshell, the fifteenth episode of the...