“Do You Remember” is a laid-back score, where Chance the rapper thinks back over past summers and more straightforward times. Chance the rapper summons a condition of nostalgia that he has shown in recent songs, for example, “Summer Friends.”
The song highlights commitments from notorious shake craftsmen Benjamin Gibbard, who conveys mesmeric vocals on the snare, just as Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, whose fantastic arrangements and generation gives the track a euphoric and one of a kind sound.
“Do You Remember” was first observed live at Chano’s live Spotify performance in the advancement of his introduction album The Big Day. The live performance occurred on the same day that Chance the rappersaid the album would drop, yet happened before the album was made accessible on gushing administrations.
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Do You Remember Lyrics
[Chorus: Ben Gibbard] Do you remember how when you were younger The summers all lasted forever? Days disappeared into months, into years Hold that feeling forever
[Verse 1: Chance the Rapper] I remember the summer Lil’ Chano got ahold of his household The same summer that widowed Gwyneth Paltrow Back when I could trust in my dogs like Balto My family The Sopranos these niggas is altos First album, every track could be the outro Velcro to shelltoes, things that we will outgrow Used to rock South Pole, summers taking the 6 bus to South Shore Never sold out but now we out-sold That was the summer I learned to love the great outdoors Learned you get the fans if you can’t keep yo’ mouth closed That summer left a couple Marx like Groucho That halo can turn hollow, depending how low That summer left a couple tan lines I love my city they let me cut the line on the Dan Ryan They walk on eggshells and landmines They communicate with handsigns
[Chorus: Ben Gibbard] Do you remember how when you were younger The summers all lasted forever? Days disappear into months, into years Hold that feeling forever Do you remember how when you were younger The summers all lasted forever? Days disappear into months, into years Hold that feeling forever