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Promises (Live Version) - Take That - Why Cant I Wake Up With You? (Vinyl)


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Promises (Live Version) - Take That - Why Cant I Wake Up With You? (Vinyl)

Take That. Profile: Formed in , split up , reformed in (without Robbie Williams, who left in ). In mid Williams finally rejoined the group as well, but left for a second time in Jason Orange left Take That in late

 · 6. Everything Changes But You 7. Babe 8. Sure 9. It Only Takes A Minute A Million Love Songs Could It Be Magic Why Can't I Wake Up With You Love Ain't Here Anymore I Found Heaven Promises Once You've Tasted Love Pray Relight My Fire Today I've Lost You/5().

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Why Can't I Wake Up With You? - Take That (Radio Edit) play stop A Million Love Songs - Take That (7" Edit)

 · Danielle Greene 07 October Reply. I need help with a song, I overhead it playing from someone outside, but they were too far away for me to make out more than a few lines, and by a few lines, I mean one line that was repeated, I think it was the hook, or the chorus, or the pre-chorus or something like that.


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Comments on 'Promises (Live Version) - Take That - Why Cant I Wake Up With You? (Vinyl)' (3)

  1. Goltill says:

    "Promises" is a pop–dance song by boy band Take That. Written by Gary Barlow and Graham Stack, it was released on 18 November as the second single from the band's debut album, Take That & Party (). It was his first single released after signing to RCA Records. It was a modest success, charting at number 38 on the UK Singles Chart.B-side: "Do What U Like".

  2. Mezidal says:

     ·  · Take That. Pop · A definitive hits arsenal from a pop phenomena. The genesis of ‘90s UK pin-up pop—and Gary Barlow’s own songwriting confidence—can be charted through this retrospective. Opening on the band’s stonking (first) farewell "Never Forget", it tracks back, out of order, through the canny ‘70s do-overs ("Relight My.

  3. Daitaur says:

    Why Can't I Wake Up With You: Love Ain't Here Anymore: I Found Heaven: Promises: Once You've Tasted Love: Pray (Live Berlin) Relight My Fire (Element Remix) Today I've Lost You (Previously Unreleased)

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