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Live For Today - Toto - Turn Back (CD, Album)

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  1. Live for Today Lyrics: Baby, I'm a liar when I tell you that I just don't care / Babe, I've got to have you but you're never ever, ever there / Hey, the game is over, give it up right now / You're.
  2. About Live for Today "Live for Today" is a song by the American Rock band Toto. It was released on their album Turn Back, and was released in Japan as the final single from that album. This was the first song that Steve Lukather wrote for the band. It reached number 40 .
  3. Analyzed: Toto / Turn Back [UK Rock Candy / CD] DR Peak RMS Duration Track DR16 dB dB Gift With A Golden Gun.
  4. Check out Turn Back by Toto on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on riebrilcinleditithedemaltelali.coinfo(66).
  5. Digitally remastered edition comes housed in a mini LP sleeve that replicates almost every aspect of the original album release. Turn Back, Toto's third studio album, is a transitional album with stand-outs like the fast-paced opening track 'Gift with a Golden Gun', the catchy melodious 'If It's the Last Night' and the anthemic 'I Think I Can /5(66).
  6. Jun 04,  · Turn back is the most unpopular Toto album. The band is clearly searching for their own distinctive sound. Steve Lukather presented for the first time his own written song Live for today. He only succeeded this twice with I won’t hold you back on IV and How does it feel on Isolation.
  7. Toto - Turn Back Album Lyrics; 1. A Million Miles Away Lyrics: 2. If It's the Last Night Lyrics: 3. Million Miles Away Lyrics: 4. Gift With a Golden Gun Lyrics: 5. Goodbye Elenore Lyrics: 6. English Eyes Lyrics: 7. Turn Back Lyrics: 8. Live for Today Lyrics: 9. I Think I .
  8. Rock triumph, TURN BACK flew beneath the radar and barely caused a blip on the charts before disappearing from sight. The fact that their follow up album Toto IV has won an unprecedented seven Grammys and contained three top 10 hit singles only seems to emphasize the point/5(66).

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