Remember (Walking in the Sand)", also known as "Remember", is a song written by George "Shadow" Morton. It was originally recorded by the girl group The Shangri-Las, who had a top five hit with it in 1964. A remake by Aerosmith in 1980 was a minor hit. There have been many other versions of the song as well. Morton was looking to break into the music business, and went to the Brill Building in New York City to see an old girlfriend, Ellie Greenwich, who had become a successful pop songwriter.
Seems like the other day My baby went away He went away 'cross the sea It's been two years or so Since I saw my baby go And then, this letter came for me It said that we were through He found somebody new Oh, let me think, let me think, what can I do? Oh no Oh no Oh no no no no no. (Remember) Walking in the sand (Remember) Walking hand in hand (Remember) The night was so exciting (Remember) Smile was so inviting (Remember) Then he touched my cheek (Remember) With his fingertips Softly, softly, we'd meet with our lips.
Dm. It's been two years or so. Bb. Since I saw my baby go. Gm. A7. And then this letter came for me. Dm.
It's Easier To Cry. 2:35. Remember (Walking In The Sand)" is all on one line below centre, George Morton is bracketed in small writing and has a Prod. BMI and L/S are also bracketed with slightly different layout (as per title).
The Shangri-Las - Remember (Walkin' In The Sand) MP3 format RAR archive. 1527 downloads at 27 mb/s. The Shangri-Las - Remember (Walkin' In The Sand) FLAC format RAR archive. 1279 downloads at 21 mb/s. A. Remember (Walkin' In The Sand). B. It's Easier To Cry. Other versions.
Remember (Walkin' in the Sand). Artist: The Shangri-Las. Album: Remember (Hits and Rarities from the Bad Girls of 60S Pop), 2012. From TV show Where the Action Is – original footage, not reconstructed.