Live from Tokyo -Still-

For this weekend by special request of DavidB our blogmaster and Dieter from Hamburg this great rendition of “Still” sung live in Tokyo in 1994.

From the 1994 concert in Tokyo.

Still
Written by Lionel Richie.

Released on the 1991 album Keep The Music Playing.

In 1979 The Commodores reached No. 1 in the US Billboard with this song. It came from the album “Midnight Magic” which reached No. 3 in the charts. It was the last number one for the group whilst Lionel Richie was still a member. He acted as lead singer, song-writer and played saxophone. In 1981/82 he left The Commodores for a solo career.

Lyrics:

Baby
Morning’s just a moment away
And I’m without you once again
You laughed at me
You said you never needed me
I wonder if you need me now

We played the games that people play
We made mistakes along the way
Somehow I know deep in my heart
You needed me

Remembering the pain, if I must stay
It’s deep in my mind, and locked away
But then most of all
I Do Love You
Still

Memories
Times I’m sure, will never forget
Those feelings we can’t put aside
For what we had
Sometimes I try to understand
But it’s so heavy on my mind

So many dreams that flew away
So many words we didn’t say
Two people lost in a storm
Where did we go?
Where’d we go?
Lost what we both had found
You know we let each other down
But then most of all
I Do Love You
Still

We played the games that people play
We made mistakes along the way
Somehow I know deep in my heart
You needed me
‘Cause I needed you so desperately
We were too blind to see
But then most of all
I do love you
Still

(Transcribed by Roman)

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