SONG OF THE WEEK http://www.fozfan.com A site dedicated to David Foster Sun, 07 Feb 2016 19:56:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.7 BOOGIE WONDERLAND http://www.fozfan.com/2016/02/07/boogie-wonderland/ http://www.fozfan.com/2016/02/07/boogie-wonderland/#comments Sun, 07 Feb 2016 19:56:42 +0000 http://www.fozfan.com/?p=5244 [...]]]> From BOOGIE WONDERLAND (single)

Written by Allee Willis & Jon Lind

“Boogie Wonderland” was the first single released from Earth, Wind & Fire’s 1979 album, I AM. Co-written by up ’n’ coming songwriters Allee Willis, who already co-wrote EWF’s smash “September,” and Jon Lind, who was responsible for American jazz pianist and composer Ramsey Lewis’ “Sun Goddess,” “Boogie Wonderland” was Earth, Wind & Fire’s first stride into the disco field. The result was commercially and artistically astounding. The song became an out-of-the-box hit by reaching the top ten on both sides of the pond which paved the way to the double platinum triumph of I AM. On this spirited anthem, the band kept their trademark lush orchestrations and smart chord progression that were above the average disco stuff heard on radios in those days. The fantastic vocals by Maurice White and Philip Bailey with a noteworthy support from female R&B group The Emotions were a total knock-out as were Willis’ personal lyrics. The backing track of the tune was smoking hot with guest David Foster who co-wrote the bulk of I AM with White and Willis plus being right on target with his rhythmic acoustic piano playing.

Co-writer Jon Lind gave an interesting interview to SongwriterUniverse where, among other things, he described the genesis of “Boogie Wonderland”:
“Maurice told me he was looking for a disco song for a group he was producing called Curtis, The Brothers. I went to Allee’s house, and…we wrote “Boogie Wonderland.” Maurice loved it, and cut it on Curtis, The Brothers. David Foster played piano on the track with George Massenburg engineering. Curtis, The Brothers sang it, but didn’t quite seem to get the vibe of it. Maurice pulled me aside and asked how I liked it. Although the track was amazing, I said I wasn’t sure about their vocals. He laughed, and assured me, ‘I think you got a hit.’ 24 hours later, my phone rang and it’s Maurice. He said The Brothers hate the song and they don’t want it on their album. The next day, Maurice and Phillip Bailey put their amazing vocals on “Boogie Wonderland” and added The Emotions to sing new backgrounds. A month later, “Boogie Wonderland” was released as the first single from their album I AM, and the reaction was nuts. Wow, what a turn-around. My first high-profile hit.”

“Boogie Wonderland,” like the entire I AM album, was rich in other Foster co-written masterpieces including “After The Love Has Gone” and “In The Stone” that kept EWF at the top of the charts worldwide. As already known, that record started Foster’s career as a songwriter and producer with a bang , but “Boogie Wonderland” was also a springboard for Lind and Willis who eventually went on to write more hits for a who’s who of music stars. Lind co-wrote staples including Madonna’s “Crazy For You” and Vanessa Williams’ “Save The Best For Last” while Willis co-wrote hits including The Rembrandt’s “I’ll Be There For You” and Pet Shop Boys featuring Dusty Springfield on “What Have I Done To Deserve This.”
Sadly, we have to add one final paragraph to this review as we’ve just learned of Maurice White’s passing. Maurice White was a genius, a visionary and one of the most brilliant musical minds that ever graced our planet. He will be greatly missed. R.I.P.


Listen


Lead & Background Vocals: Maurice White & Philip Bailey
Featuring The Emotions
Bass: Verdine White
Piano & Keyboards: David Foster
Drums: Fred White
Guitars: Al McKay & Johnny Graham
Percussion: Paulinho Da Costa & Ralph Johnson
Synthesizers: Larry Dunn
Strings & Horns Arranged by Ben Wright

Produced by Maurice White & Al McKay


Lyrics

Dance, boogie wonderland
Dance, boogie wonderland

Midnight creeps so slowly into hearts
Of men who need more than they get
Daylight deals a bad hand
To a woman who has laid too many bets

The mirror stares you in the face and says
“Baby, uh uh, it don’t work”
You say your prayers, though you don’t care
You dance and shake the hurt

Dance, boogie wonderland
Dance, boogie wonderland

Sound fly through the night
I chase my vinyl dreams to boogie wonderland

(I find romance when I start to dance in boogie wonderland
I find romance when I start to dance in boogie wonderland)

(All the love in the world can’t be gone
All the need to be loved can’t be wrong
All the records are playing
And my heart keeps saying
Boogie wonderland, wonderland)

Dance, boogie wonderland
Dance, boogie wonderland
(I find romance when I start to dance in boogie wonderland
I find romance when I start to dance in boogie wonderland)

Dance, boogie wonderland
Dance, boogie wonderland

(Hm-hm-hm-hm, hm-hm-hm-hm, hm-hm-hm-hm, wonderland
Hm-hm-hm-hm, hm-hm-hm-hm, hm-hm-hm-hm, wonderland
Hm-hm-hm-hm, hm-hm-hm-hm, hm-hm-hm-hm)

(All the love in the world can’t be gone
All the need to be loved can’t be wrong
All the records are playing
And my heart keeps saying
Boogie wonderland, wonderland)

Dance, boogie wonderland
Dance, boogie wonderland

(I find romance when I start to dance in boogie wonderland
I find romance when I start to dance in boogie wonderland)

Dance, boogie wonderland
Dance, boogie wonderland

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A CASE OF YOU http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/31/a-case-of-you/ http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/31/a-case-of-you/#comments Sun, 31 Jan 2016 19:32:30 +0000 http://www.fozfan.com/?p=5239 [...]]]> From WALLFLOWER (The Complete Sessions)

Written by Joni Mitchell

We have already celebrated the release of Diana Krall’s cd, Wallflower, a year ago with the review of its gorgeous Paul McCartney’s ballad, “If I Take You Home Tonight.” Last September, Verve Records delighted Krall’s fans with Wallflower (The Complete Sessions), a special release that included all the sixteen songs of the original deluxe edition plus four other songs recorded on those sessions. Those new tracks aren’t filler instead they deliver more magic by the Canadian songbird under the masterful guidance of David Foster thus giving us the welcome opportunity to showcase again this work of art.

Two songs are classics by Canadian legends, Gordon Lightfoot with “If You Could Read My Mind” and Neil Young with “Heart Of Gold.” The first is a gem of a duet with Sarah Mclachlan while the second sports a great arrangement where echoes of country meet Foster’s orchestral pop touches. The same recipe applies to the breezy cover of Fred Neil’s evergreen, “Everybody’s Talkin’,” a duet with Vince Gill that’s also a showcase for co-producer Jochem van der Saag’s fantastic sound design and rhythm programming. Those aforementioned tunes are all winners but the absolute showstopper among the new tracks is, “A Case Of You.” This composition belongs to the precious songbook of another Canadian treasure, Joni Mitchell and was originally part of her seminal 1971 album, “Blue.” Krall was deeply influenced by Mitchell’s amazing body of work and she approached this song with great respect. Her vocal performance is totally mesmerizing with her husky voice caressing those wonderful lyrics accompanied by her stellar piano playing. If this wasn’t enough Foster added the most extraordinary orchestral arrangement written by Vince Mendoza. Mendoza is a genius and his work on this tender track is more sheer evidence. Foster produced the tune with a smart, understated touch. “A Case Of You” in Krall’s hands is obviously more jazz-oriented but without losing an ounce of the delicate beauty of Mitchell’s original version.
We have asked David Foster to add a few words about this wonderful production and here’s what he wrote us:
“Diana was very hesitant to record “A Case Of You.” She had performed it live but didn’t really want to commit to a studio version. I convinced her to do just two takes. We put those two takes together with a live vocal and then I convinced her to let Vince (Mendoza) have his own way with it. He absolutely killed it, just like you wrote in the review and Diana ended up really loving the final result. She has such respect and reverence for Joni that she didn’t want to disappoint anyone. She certainly didn’t!!”


Listen


Lead Vocal & Piano: Diana Krall
Orchestal Arrangement by Vince Mendoza
Produced by David Foster
Co-Produced by Jochem van der Saag


Lyrics

Just before our love got lost you said,
“I am as constant as a northern star.”
And I said, “Constantly in the darkness.
Where’s that at? If you want me I’ll be in the bar.”

On the back of a cartoon coaster
In the blue TV screen light
I drew a map of Canada, oh Canada
With your face sketched on it twice

Oh, you are in my blood like holy wine
You taste so bitter and you taste so sweet
Oh, I could drink a case of you, darling
And I’d still be on my feet
I’d still be on my feet

Oh, I am a lonely painter
I live in a box of paints
I’m frightened by the devil
And I’m drawn to those ones that ain’t afraid
I remember that time you told me
“Love is touching souls”
Well surely you touched mine
‘Cause part of you pours out of me
In these lines from time to time

Oh, you’re in my blood like holy wine
You taste so bitter and so sweet
Oh I could drink a case of you
I could drink a case of you, darling
And I’d still be on my feet
I’d still be on my feet

I met a woman
She had a mouth like yours
She knew your life
She knew your devils and your deeds
And she said, “Go to him, stay with him if you can
But be prepared to bleed”

Oh, you are in my blood like holy wine
You taste so bitter and you taste so sweet
Oh, I could drink a case of you, darling
And I’d still be on my feet
I’d still be on my feet.

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NOBODY’S PERFECT http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/24/nobodys-perfect/ http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/24/nobodys-perfect/#comments Sun, 24 Jan 2016 18:16:57 +0000 http://www.fozfan.com/?p=5228 [...]]]> From READ MY LIPS

Written by David Foster, Fee Waybill, Michael Landau, John Robinson & Humberto Gatica

David Foster’s reputation as a world-class music maker is partially due to his seminal work on chart topping ballads like Earth, Wind & Fire’s “After The Love Has Gone,” Chicago’s “Hard To Say I’m Sorry,” the late Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” or Cèline Dion’s “Because You Loved Me.” The Canadian super-producer also brought that same, irresistible melodic appeal and his formidable knack for inventive arrangements to more left-field projects for big names including Alice Cooper and The Tubes.

Although these acts were known for their rock music, Foster carefully crafted tunes for them that exhibit a refined atmosphere with an ear candy flavor that was tailor-made for mainstream radio playing. Foster brought this same concept to Fee Waybill’s Read My Lips. After The Tubes’ incomprehensible refusal to work again with the Hitman after their successful one-two punch of The Completion Backward Principle and Outside Inside, the band’s front man would go on to team up with the Canadian music maker on Waybill’s 1984 debut album. Foster’s and Waybill’s original idea was to join forces to create an album that would deliver more hits like “Talk To Ya Later” and “She’s A Beauty.” With this purpose in mind, they collaborated extensively on Read My Lips with the axe-man of Toto, uber-talented Steve Lukather, who co-wrote rockers with them and graced the music with his powerful guitar. The result would have been huge with catchy rock anthems like “Saved My Life,” “You’re Still Laughing” or the golden ballad “I Don’t Even Know Your Name (Passion Play).” Unfortunately, Capitol Records boycotted Read My Lips. Capitol’s non-existent promotion showed that they were probably afraid that the eventual success of Read My Lips would have brought The Tubes to an end. Foster proves again that he is an absolute master when it comes to enhancing the level of a composition with his art of arranging. He brought to life some pop/rock gems including “Caribbean Sunsets” and “Who Loves You Baby”  from Read My Lips that have been reviewed in the past.

 This week, the spotlight is on the catchy number “Nobody’s Perfect.” This mid-tempo rocker is an A-team affair composed by Waybill and Foster with virtuoso guitarist Michael Landau, legendary drummer John Robinson and famed engineer Humberto Gatica. “Nobody’s Perfect” presents a catchy melody with a sing-along, guitar-driven refrain that leads to a wall of keyboards in the high-tech bridge that is 100% Foster. Waybill shows his chops with a splendid lead performance while Landau’s burning guitar, Robinson’s energetic drumming and Foster’s keyboards and synths reiterate they are key elements that make this recording sing. Read My Lips is an extremely interesting listen for those who only know Foster for his aforementioned pop/adult contemporary hit ballads or his platinum work with Michael Bublè, Josh Groban or Andrea Bocelli. It shows the all-around talent of the Canadian super-producer who, during the course of his long career, has graced almost every style of music with his strong personality and extraordinary results.


Listen


Lead Vocals: Fee Waybill
Keyboards: David Foster
Guitars: Michael Landau & Steve Lukather
Drums: John Robinson
Bass: Larry Klein
Keyboards & Synthesizers Programming: Steve Porcaro
Percussion: Paulinho Da Costa


Lyrics

No Lyrics

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INTO THE NIGHT http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/17/into-the-night/ http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/17/into-the-night/#comments Sun, 17 Jan 2016 18:43:17 +0000 http://www.fozfan.com/?p=5222 [...]]]> From INTO THE NIGHT (single)

Written by Alan Gorrie, Hamish Stuart & Roger Ball

This week, the song in the spotlight is “Into The Night,” a monster, funky jam by Average White Band. The legendary, Scottish funksters wrote this irresistible jam for their 1980 album Shine. Produced by David Foster, Shine is a goldmine for the lovers of the most sophisticated music with its impeccable mix of soul, funk and pop. Under Foster’s guidance, AWB evolves in the same league as Earth, Wind & Fire and The Doobie Brothers with a sound made of superior songwriting, spectacular musicianship and top-notch vocal harmonies.

“Into The Night” showed AWB going back to the raw funk of their first recordings with the bonus of Foster’s polished production. Together with virtuoso drummer Steve Ferrone, Alan Gorrie delivered another of his nasty bass lines that perfectly cements the super-tight rhythm section. Onnie McIntyre and Hamish Stuart trade their smokin’ guitar licks while Foster brought his slick keyboard playing to the plate. On top of this powerful jam stand the trademark Dundee Horns with their saxes leading the dance just as they did on AWB’s milestone hit, “Pick Up The Pieces.” This time around, their sound is beefed up by some of the finest LA horn players including Jerry Hey, who arranged the brass with Roger Ball, and Foster. “Into The Night” was the third single off Shine after “Let’s Go Round Again” and “For You, For Love.” Despite its huge potential, “Into The Night” didn’t chart.

Recently, AWB released a new compilation entitled “Rare Tracks Vol. 2: Single Editions & More.” Among other goodies presented, the original single version of “Into The Night” included a rare, two minutes reprise of that catchy, funky anthem.


Listen


Bass & Vocals: Alan Gorrie

Guitar & Vocals: Hamish Stuart
Guitar: Onnie McIntyre
Drums: Steve Ferrone
Saxes: Roger Ball & Malcolm Duncan
Keyboards: David Foster

Strings & Horns Arranged by Jerry Hey, David Foster & Roger Ball
Produced by David Foster


Lyrics

– Watch the sun go down
Darkness will invite
You and I – let’s take some time
– Steal away, into the night

Into the night
Into the night

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WHEN I’M GONE http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/10/when-im-gone/ http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/10/when-im-gone/#comments Sun, 10 Jan 2016 17:03:46 +0000 http://www.fozfan.com/?p=5207 [...]]]> From BRENNA WHITAKER

Written by David Foster, Jochem van der Saag, Maureen McDonald & Brenna Whitaker

The 2016 Grammy nominations were announced on December 7th.One of the welcomed surprises was the nod for Jochem van der Saag, David Foster’s right-hand man, for his engineering work together with Jorge Vivo on Diana Krall’s Wallflower. Van der Saag has been a key element in Foster’s camp for the past fifteen years, first as a programmer and, eventually, as an engineer and co-producer. Recently, Foster productions like We Love Disney and Wallflower greatly benefit from the fine tuning, fresh sounds, superior drum and synth programming and great mixes created by the Netherlands-born talent. Another great example of van der Saag’s artistry can be heard on Brenna Whitaker’s debut cd.

Whitaker is a young American singer with an impressive voice that breathes jazz and blues influences of legends like Etta James and Peggy Lee. She was signed by Foster on Verve Records and Fall 2015 saw the release of her self-titled record. Produced by Foster and co-produced by van der Saag, Brenna Whitaker is a fine collection of classic pop and jazz covers with a few original songs written for the occasion. The cd is perfectly crafted and beautifully executed by Whitaker and her world-class team. Whitaker’s voice is pure joy to listen to on soulful evergreens like “Misty Blue,” “A House Is Not A Home,” “It’s A Good Day” and “My Heart Cries For You.” She masters the classic repertoire previously sung by legends like Ray Charles and Dionne Warwick with confidence, grace and power. All those classic melodies are delivered with elegant strings and horns arranged by Foster and his collaborators Chris Walden and Dan Higgins who cleverly fused the classics with modern backing tracks. The result is extremely hip musically and has a strong radio-friendly appeal. The new songs are also quite interesting. Van der Saag’s original “Sayonara” is utterly irresistible yet the big band rendition of Sam Sparro’s hit “Black & Gold” is worth the price of admission. Another highlight is the pop ballad, “When I’m Gone.” Co-written by Foster, van der Saag and Whitaker with new pop hitmaker Maureen “Mozilla” McDonald, “When I’m Gone” is excellent proof that the Kansas City-born singer could easily become the next big thing on top 40 radio. The track was all played and programmed by van der Saag and Foster plus the song features a catchy melody and powerful refrain. Whitaker’s performance is a knock-out as she perfectly transmits the bittersweet feel of the tune while showcasing her impressive palette of vocal colors. Here, Foster’s unique gift to get the best vocal performance from an artist plus his unmistakable pop sensibility is greatly appreciated.  Van der Saag’s aforementioned top-notch value for his fantastic programming and sound design is also held in high esteem.


Listen


Lead Vocals: Brenna Whitaker
Keyboards, Programming & Sound Design: Jochem van der Saag
Additional Keyboards: David Foster

Produced & Arranged by Jochem van der Saag & David Foster


Lyrics

 

No Lyrics

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HOUSE UP ON THE HILL http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/03/house-up-on-the-hill/ http://www.fozfan.com/2016/01/03/house-up-on-the-hill/#comments Sun, 03 Jan 2016 14:30:10 +0000 http://www.fozfan.com/?p=5202 [...]]]> From IN TIME

Written by Renee Armand & Chris Mancini

Renee Armand is a talented singer/songwriter who started her career in the late sixties working as a vocalist for the legendary big-band leader, Woody Herman. She went on to release a couple of critically acclaimed pop albums in the seventies and her songs were covered by Johnny Mathis, the late Michael Jackson, David Cassidy and David Foster’s first band Skylark. Armand was also a renowned backing vocalist for the iconic John Denver, rock band Little Feat and many others.

In 1978, Armand released her sophomore album called In Time. It was a tasteful collection of pop songs mostly co-written with her frequent collaborator and Canadian top songwriter, Kerry Chater. The compositions had interesting chords, great musicianship and evocative lyrical content on the same wavelength as the pop female stars of those days like Carly Simon, Rita Coolidge and Melissa Manchester. In Time was produced by ace saxophone player and Armand’s future husband, Jim Horn. This album offered a precious opportunity to appreciate the superior artistry of David Foster who played acoustic piano on every track. He was joined by other session legends like the late Jeff Porcaro, Jay Graydon, Larry Carlton, Chuck Findley, Lee Sklar and Fred Tackett. Soft ballads make the core of In Time including “Love On A Shoestring,” a Chater original also sung by Captain & Tennille in 1979, “(We’re) Dancing In The Dark,” a sophisticated tune with great vocal harmonies plus Horn’s warm sax performance and “House Up On The Hill,” an evocative ballad and the Song of the Week.

“House Up On The Hill” was a beautiful ballad co-written by Armand with Chris Mancini. The song featured one of the best vocals on the album that is fueled by Foster’s outstanding piano performance and resulted in pure soft-rock magic. “House Up On The Hill” was enhanced by a gorgeous string arrangement written by Lee Holdridge and the elegant backing track played by Mike Baird on drums, Lee Sklar on bass, Gary Coleman on percussion with Graydon and Tackett on guitars. Unfortunately, In Time quickly dropped into oblivion. Hopefully, one day it will be released on cd to rediscover the beauty of those old Armand tunes and to relish Foster’s fantastic work throughout the collection.

Ms. Armand kept her career going. In the early eighties, she started the pop rock trio The Coyote Sisters with fellow singers/songwriters Leah Kunkel and Marty Gwinn Townsend. Armand and Chater co-wrote the 1984 country hit, “What She Wants” for Michael Martin Murphey and the 1992 hit song “Hey Mister (I Need This Job)” for veteran country band Shenandoah. In 2010, Armand released her new solo cd, Listen.


Listen


Lead Vocals: Renee Armand
Piano: David Foster
Bass: Lee Sklar
Drums: Mike Baird
Electric Guitar: Jay Graydon
Acoustic Guitar: Fred Tackett
Percussion: Gary Coleman

Strings Arranged & Conducted by Lee Holdridge
Produced by Jim Horn


Lyrics

 

No Lyrics

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THESE ARE THE SPECIAL TIMES http://www.fozfan.com/2015/12/27/these-are-the-special-times/ http://www.fozfan.com/2015/12/27/these-are-the-special-times/#comments Sun, 27 Dec 2015 22:22:48 +0000 http://www.fozfan.com/?p=5195 [...]]]> From THESE ARE SPECIAL TIMES

Written by Diane Warren

Celine Dion built her superstar status in the nineties and the peak of her worldwide success was towards the end of that decade. After an impressive string of four multi-platinum releases for the international market, the Quebecois songbird recorded a Christmas cd in 1998 called These Are  Special Times. Once again, David Foster helmed a good portion of the music. The album became another out-of-the-box success for Dion with sales over five million copies in the US and over twelve million worldwide.

Wisely,These Are Special Times presented a number of beautifully crafted traditional Christmas songs alongside some interesting new material that musically symbolized the holiday feel. So is the case of “These Are The Special Times,” an intense ballad written by noted hit-maker Diane Warren that showcased a gorgeous melody, ear-candy hook and inspirational lyrics. Foster produced the song with the characteristic flavor of those years and embellished it through the trademark work on keyboards, synthesizers and programming. Jeremy Lubbock added his own genius in the strings department while Michael Thompson supplied the charming guitar licks. On top of this lush instrumental track stood Dion’s fantastic voice. The Canadian singer gave one of her memorable performances with an irresistible latch between notes that demonstrated both delicate and powerful lines. Dion’s legendary voice was supported by an effectual chorus and backing vocalists that gave the song a deep gospel feel that was perfect for that kind of festive project.
These Are Special Times offers other Foster-produced gems including “Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful),” “Ave Maria,” “Blue Christmas” and “O Holy Night.” These songs stand as some of the best-ever renditions of those Christmas staples thanks to Ms. Dion’s amazing vocals and Foster’s always creative musical landscapes. Along with impressive numbers,These Are Special Times belongs beside the elite of “Bestselling Christmas Albums Of All Time” with other Foster classics like Josh Groban’s Noel, Michael Bublè’s Christmas and Andrea Bocelli’s My Christmas.


Listen


Lead Vocals: Celine Dion

Keyboards: David Foster
Guitar: Michael Thompson
Synthesizer Programming: Felipe Elgueta
Backing Vocals – Khris Kellow, Sue Ann Carwell, Tanya Kelly
Choir: Alex Brown, Bobbi Page,Bridgette Bryant,Carmen Carter,Carmen Twillie,Darlan Holley,Gary Falcone,Jeff Ramsey,Louis Price,Randy Phillips, Susie Stevens-Logan,Tommy Funderburk
Strings Arranged by Jeremy Lubbock

Produced & Arranged by David Foster


Lyrics

In these moments, moments of our lives
All the world is ours
And this world is so right
You and I sharing this time together
Sharing the same dream
As the time goes by we will find

These are the special times
Times we’ll remember
These are the precious times
The tender times we’ll hold in our hearts forever
These are the sweetest times
These times together
And through it all, one thing will always be true
The special times are the times I share with you

With each moment, moment passing by
We’ll make memories that will last all our lives
As you and I travel through time together
Living this sweet dream
And every day we can say

These are the special times
Times we’ll remember
These are the precious times
The tender times we’ll hold in our hearts forever
These are the sweetest times
These times together
And through it all, one thing will always be true
The special times are the times I share with you

These tender moments
When heaven is so close
These are the moments that I know

These are the special times
Times we’ll remember
These are the precious times
The tender times we’ll hold in our hearts forever
These are the sweetest times
These times together
And through it all, one thing will always be true
The special times are the times I share
Are the times we share, are the times I share… with you
Special times I share with you

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