“Remember A, Remember B”

Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1929 (Henry, from Mary King)
Keywords: love
Found in: US(Ap)


"Remember A, remember B, But first of all, remember me."


This sounds like something from a greeting card to me, but Henry presents it as a fragment of a song, so we index it. Even though the above sentence is longer than Henry's fragment.... - RBW


  1. MHenry-Appalachians, p. 232, (third of several "Fragments from Tennessee") (1 fragment)
  2. BI, MHAp232B