MEMORY NUMBER ONE
(Wayne Walker - Max Powell)
JERRY LEE LEWIS (Show in Nashville, 1981)

Well, I've got lots of golden mem'ries
Honey, I'll admit I had my fun
But when I stop and think of real love
What appears here in my mem'ry
You're number one

You know old fools sometime get lonesome
My God, it looks like what this old fool has gone and done
But when I separate 'em darlin'
Hey yer', you're my mem'ry
You're number one

Ya know fools, sometimes like me get lonesome
Hey, it looks like that's what this old fool has gone and done
But when I separate them darlin'
Honey, you're my mem'ry
Mama, you're number one

Denny
(Instrumental & guitar solo)
Oh, mister kind of love -----------

You know fools sometime get a little lonesome
You know that's what this old fool has gone and done
But when I separate them, darlin'
Honey, you're my mem'ry
You're number one

(Jerry yodels)

Audience applause

Thank you!

A great Webb Pierce song
As a matter of fact, Webb's with us tonight
A-always been one of my very best friends
And one of the finer talents to ever come out of Louisiana

There stands a glass you know
Bein's I don't drink any more
I don't think about it.

(Track ends)

Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com