FROM THE ARCHIVE 353 -1984-

For All We Know from the 1984 album I Am What I Am. For a previous post CLICK HERE. Also below a wonderful live version of the song by Dame Shirley Bassey from the 1971 Royal Variety Performance.

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Lyrics:

Love, look at the two of us
Strangers in many ways
We’ve got a lifetime to share
So much to say
And as we go
From day to day
I’ll feel you close to me
But time alone will tell
Let’s take a lifetime to say
“I knew you well”
For only time
Will tell us so
And love may grow
For all we know

Love, look at the two of us
Strangers in many ways
Let’s take a lifetime to say
“I knew you well”
For only time
Will tell us so
And love may grow
For all we know

Strangers (,strangers, strangers)
For all we know

(Transcribed by Roman)

2 thoughts on “FROM THE ARCHIVE 353 -1984-”

  1. Thank you Pieter. I enjoyed reading about the background of the movie and song. How DSB’s rendition eventually faded off the charts, and then came back reaching number six. Only DSB could beat out the great Carpenters group in song, so it shows how unstoppable, and utterly talented DSB was, and continues to be even today.

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