Do you remember Mam, the time you took me fishing, with our net down by the river.
We put them in a jar and then we let them go.
We walked along the river Mam and threw stones and made them skim.
And the times we went to Cragside Mam and walked along an avenue of trees.
Under an arch Mam formed by a canopy of leaves.
Do you remember Mam, the time we went to Scarborough.
We went down by the sea-front Mam and ate candy floss and toffee apples ’till they nearly made us sick’!
Had our photo’s took in a booth Mam and didn’t it make us laugh.
Didn’t we have a good time Mam.
Do you remember Mam?
Remember Son, how could I ever forget.