From the album Hollywood Sessions

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A song about Rosalie Shiff who survived the Holocaust as one of Oskar Shindler's Jews, but lost all of her family at Belzec. Until she died in August of 2014, she would stay up nights repeating the name of her sister, Lucy, who was murdered at age 14

Lyrics

Remembering Lucy Baum
© 2013 W. Grund & T Pearce
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Though my head says that it's all over now
My old heart can't let go somehow
Am I supposed to go on now like it never was?

And though it hurts more than I can say,
The memory never goes away
Sometimes at night I crawl and pray that it would….

It's still worth remembering, still worth remembering
So I am remembering for the rest of my life
Oh I am remembering, yes, I am remembering
'Cause it is the remembering that keeps us alive

And I wish I could return to a time when we would yearn
For a day that we'd play in the sun, and we'd laugh and we'd dance
Now things could never be the same but it helps when I call out your name
To believe that somehow you hear

And it's still worth remembering, still worth remembering
So I am remembering for the rest of my life
Oh I am remembering, I am remembering
'Cause it is the remembering that keeps us alive
It keeps us alive...