Dick and Dee Dee
Marcel Proust writes in 1910 to Robert Dreyfus, a long time friend, whose brother Henri has just died,
Proust...used one of his favorite images, found in a number of variations in Time Regained (his last volume):
“In continuing to live thus you will be living in a region of yourself where the barriers of flesh and time no longer exist, where there is no death, because there is no time and no body, and where one lives tranquilly in the immortal company of those one loves.”
Marcel Proust, A Life (2002-2013) William C. Carter.
Since high school I've loved The Mountains High (1961) by Dick and Dee Dee; their lyrics resemble Marcel Proust in the quote above,
I know someday that we will meet again,
But I don't know exactly where or wh-en-n-n-n-en.