Patricia Holmberg
By: Patricia Holmberg
Catalog ID: 350390   Duration: 2:57   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 133   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Latin Music | Latin Pop Ballads
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From the album "Songs for Seniors", this speaks to the forgetfulness that comes with age. It does it in a fun, upbeat way.   Keywords: Songs for Seniors, Latin Beat,

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Long Description: Write It Down, Latin Music, Latin Pop Ballads, production music, television music and stock music downloads

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CHORUS (repeats after each verse)

Write it down. Write it down.
It’s too much to remember.
Write it down. Write it down,
To age I surrender.

I have to write it down.
I have to write it down.
I have to write it down.
I can’t remember.

Buy some milk at the store.
Call the van to come at four.
Repair the latch on the door.
Sew up that old shirt that tore.

Pick up the laundry at the mall.
Plant tulips in the fall.
Wash the carpet in the hall.
Will I remember it all?

There is no gas in the car,
Nothing in the cookie jar.
Fix Amelia’s handle bar,
And call up my friends from afar.

Sung by Pat Holmberg
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