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I remember Clifford Golson

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i know he'll ne - ver be for - got - ten he was a king un -

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crowned I know i'll al - ways re - mem - ber the

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warmth of his sound lin - ger so long i'm sure he's still a - round for those who
sound of eachphrase echo -es the time un - coun - ta - ble by days the thing he

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heard they res - pect him yet. for those who hear won't for - get. The

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played are with us now and they'll en - dure should time al - low Oh

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yes, i re -mem -ber clif-ford I seem to al -ways feel him near some - how. Ev' ry-
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day i hear his love -ly tone in eve -ry trum -pet sound that has a beau -ty on his own. So

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how can we say some -one so real has real -ly gone a - way. I hear him

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now, and al -ways will, be -lieve me i re -mem -ber clif - ford still.