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Music Video: Don't Forget to Remember Me

Artisit: Carrie Underwood

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:38

  • Copyright: Carrie Underwood

Music Video For Don't Forget to Remember Me By Artist Carrie Underwood

Reviews For Don't Forget to Remember Me By Artist Carrie Underwood


    By Inferno__Beast
  • she reminds me of my mom

    By kekebug
    I love this song and i hate most of country so when i haerd this song on i felt so sad that i dont get to see my mom much couse shes in the army me and my sister see her only a couple times hope my mom knows I love her and hope she comes back soon
  • Awesome

    By Tamara Tay
    Words can not explain how great this song is I love Carrie she is awesome talented and a role model ;)

    By Bezzums
    This song is so dang beautiful :') I ABSOLUTELY HATE country & I'm not a huge fan of Carrie, but this song is DEFINITELY my fave  I first heard it on my sis' graduation. It was a gorgeous, perfect summer day. Me & my lil sis were swimming. When we came in, this song was on. Of course, my lil sis was 2 busy eating 2 notice, but this song made me tear up :') Krissy, we'll nvr 4get u :'D I fell in  w/ the only country song I will ever care about. But @ the time I didn't know the name of the song. I was searching & searching  then, yesterday I typed 1 of the lyrics I remembered very well into google: tell my daddy that I'm still his little girl X') i finally found the song i fell deeply in  w/ :') & whenever i hear it i will think of sister Krystal  best song ever...:')
  • Great

    By Stars1012fame
    Love Carrie in so many ways! She symbolizes her life: She felt like moving away was the right thing to do after graduation and her parents tell her not to forget them. She, in her new life, realizes that life alone isn't that fun and wishes to live with her parents again and she telephones her parents and she tells them not to forget her
  • Really good

    By bsole16
    This music video definatly shows the story of the song, but i felt like it could have showed that more. It looks like it's exactly like the song in the begining, but then kinda steers off coarse. Overall, buy it 'cause it's a great song, and good entertainment.
  • Carries # 1

    By chevy427
    Love the song and love her, I thinks it's nice that she has her mom in it too
  • Wonderful

    By an ekat
    I love this song, and the video represents it well. It's so emotional, and it has a great message in it.
  • Carrie keeps getting better

    By Kryptik Typhoon
    I love this video, I cant wait to buy it, it has a great message to the song! Carrie looks really pretty also.
  • Don't forget to remember me

    By carrie_underwood_vs_taylor_swift
    One of my favorites of Carrie's videos for a few reasons; its a song that many people can relate to and I just think it is a really beautiful song and a nice video.

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