Thursday, February 19, 2015

Remember to Taylor Swift and Fallon JumboTron Dancing 

Lovers and friends remembering those golden times gone by 

Settling in the halls of precious memories - And yet 



Remember (changing verse) 

Remember when you strolled with me
And dreaming came so easily
A future filled with what can be
And all the world was ours to see
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Remember how we set cares free
With smiles and sighs in constant view
As we made one more memory
Delighting in our fantasy
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Each wish a kiss passed happily
Remember how we used to do
As closer and familiar grew
And time would come to claim its fee
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Was this the promise we were due
Was this what all our Joy led to
Remember lest a dream is through
And tears will be our destiny
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Soft morning brings a spring anew
I take your hand to know it’s true
For what is time for lovers who
Remember that I still love you


Do you feel like romance? Here's Michel Legrand Theme From "Summer of 42" 

Plus 

The cigarette lighter was invented before the match, and both were invented before the JumboTron. The JumboTon made its first big public appearance at the 1980 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Sony credits its creative director, at the time, Yasuo Kuroki with its development. It seems that Taylor Swift and Jimmy Fallon (at least for this warm and funny skit) were big JumboTron dance partners in their time. Taylor and Jimmy bring their memories back to life for us by sharing some footage of themselves dancing on the JumboTron at New York sports games. 
Strangely after enjoying this video, I was in the mood for popcorn. "Jimmy Fallon and Taylor Swift Jumbotron Dancing" 

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