I Will Remember

Toto

Score: 22
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Played: 57

Album:

Tambu

Wiki:

Tambu is the ninth studio album by American rock band Toto. It was released in May 1995 through Sony Records. Tambu has sold 600,000 copies worldwide. It is the band's first album to feature Simon Phillips following Jeff Porcaro's death in 1992. The album includes the single "I Will Remember", which failed to chart in the US but was the band's first chart hit in the UK since "I Won't Hold You Back" twelve years before. Tambu was a nominee for Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical in 1997.

Lyrics:

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I was born in the land of the sun And the tall green grass And I don't understand How all this has come to pass How we've come to surround ourselves In a sea of thieves In a land without learning Only the fools believe I went driving last night On a dark canyon road Had the sky to myself But I wasn't alone Had the pain of my lifetime For my company How did it end up like this For you and me When love breaks the promise The heart has to keep It leaves only truth here to find When the spirit is crushed And the hurt is so deep Between you and I Even when love has come and gone And our hearts have moved along I will remember There was a time we had the trust And that always was enough I will remember I will remember you As I open my eyes to one more day The wind burns my face As it whispers your name As it's pulling me forward It tears me free And the only thing left Is the tears for and me 'Cause when love breaks the promise The heart has to keep It leaves only truth here to find When the spirit is crushed And hurt is so deep Between you and I Even when love has come and gone And our hearts have moved along I will remember There was a time we had the trust And that always was enough I will remember Even when love has come and gone And our hearts have moved along I will remember There was a time we had the trust And that always was enough I will remember I will remember you

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