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"Remember" is the song sung by Ember McLain (Sung by Robbyn Kirmsse) in the episode, "Fanning the Flames."

According to Tucker's PDA, at the beginning of the episode, the song is track 1 from the album Ember. Before Ember died, she was an unpopular girl who aspired to be a musician. She was in love with a guy, that would later ask her out but he never showed up on their date, thus breaking the musician's heart after waiting all night for him. When she fell asleep, her house mysteriously caught on fire and she didn't notice because of her exhaustion and she died in the fire. After coming back as a ghost she decided to create a song about this unrewarding heart-wrenching experience. Humans who listen to the song will instantly adore Ember, which is something she wanted before her death-to be loved and remembered (ghosts are not affected by her song). "Pirate Radio" features a slowed-down, instrumental, ballad version and a techno version of the song. The singer is hidden by the name Vapor Drone. This ballad version has a secret message.

The song was written by Guy Moon, Butch Hartman, and Steve Marmel.

Lyrics

Yeah! Oh!

It was, it was September
Winds blow, the dead leaves fall
To you, I did surrender
Two weeks, you didn't call

Your life goes on without me
My life, a losing game
But you should, you should not doubt me
You will remember my name

Oh, Ember, you will remember
Ember, one thing remains
Oh, Ember, so warm and tender
You will remember my name

Your heart, your heart has rendered
Your loss, now bear the shame.
Like dead trees, in cold December
Nothing but ashes remain

Oh, Ember, you will remember
Ember, one thing remains
Ember, so warm and tender
You will remember my name

Oh, woah, woah!

Ember, you will remember
Ember, one thing remains
Ember, so warm and tender
You will remember my name
Yeah! You will remember my name

Videos

Ember Mclain - Remember (HD Soundtrack Version)

Ember Mclain - Remember (HD Soundtrack Version)

Audio

Remember
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