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  1. You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory Lyrics: It doesn't pay to try / All the smart boys know why / It doesn't mean I didn't try / I just never know why / Feel so cold and all alone / Cause baby.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Yellow Vinyl Vinyl release of You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory on Discogs/5(7).
  3. You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory Acoustic Guitar, Lead Guitar, Vocals – J. Thunders* Bass – Paul Gray (2) Drums – Mike Kellie Guitar, Vocals – Peter Perrett Written-By – J. Thunders* B: Hurtin' Bass – Phil Lynott Drums – Mike Kellie Guitar, Vocals – J. Thunders* Lead Guitar – Henri Paul Written-By – Henri Paul.
  4. Mar 30,  · This week’s song: “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory” by Johnny Thunders. Love BJ “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory” was a single back in Billie Joe’s new cover – notably out via Uncool Records – recreates the melancholy guitar sounds. He builds the slower verses, then picks things up on the more angsty.
  5. You can't put your arms around a memory Don't try, don't try You're just a bastard kid And you got no name Could you live with me We're one and the same And even though i don't show The stars are.
  6. Can't put your arms around a memory Can't put your arms around a memory Can't put your arms around a memory Don't try Don't try You're just a basket case And you got no name Could you live with me? Go on and say And even though it don't show Those guys are so old Can't put your arms around a memory Can't put your arms around a memory Can't put.
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  8. Johnny Thunders. " You Can’t Put Your Arms Around a Memory " is a song released in by Johnny Thunders. The title was taken from a line in the " Better Living Through TV " episode of the sitcom The Honeymooners. It is considered by many to be his signature song. The ballad has been interpreted to be about Thunders’ heroin addiction, and about his romance with Sable Starr.

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