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Shirley Bassey - SOMEHOW (1973 Live at Royal Albert Hall)

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Published on Feb 28, 2011

1973 (Ms. Bassey is a force of nature, even back in 1973, and she blows the roof off of Royal Albert Hall singing this song! Very few artists, past or present, are able to completely throw their vocals into full gear like this. Hit miss, Bassey just does not hold back, and most of the time, it's a hit!) (Royal Albert Hall Concert)

Shirley recorded and released this song on her 1973 UA LP titled, 'Never Never Never'.

LYRICS:
You are what you are
It was, what it was
The world didn't end
The world never does
I wake up alive
From habit I guess
Yes, I can survive, one
love more or less
And sometime,
somewhere, somehow

I laugh all my laughter
I've cried my tears now
I want my years now
My years
I've nowhere to go
[ Find more Lyrics on http://mp3lyrics.org/JDiz ]

That I have to be
There's no one I know
Who's waiting for me
There's so much inside
I still have to give
So much to be tried
A life time to live
And sometime,
somewhere, somehow

I'll have my tomorrow
Today won't stop me
No way to stop me
Not now
The world still holds me
I want what's due now
If not with you now

Then someone, sometime, somehow

ABOUT the LP, Never Never Never:
Never Never Never is a 1973 album by Shirley Bassey. Released in May 1973, this album saw a peak in the Shirley Bassey career revival that she was experiencing during the early 1970s. The album's lead single, the title track had been a hit, reaching No.8 in the UK Charts and remaining in the top 50 for 19 weeks, becoming one of her biggest and most well-known hits, and her only single to make three US charts: No. 48 on the Billboard Hot 100, No.8 on the Adult Contemporary Chart, and No. 67 on the R&B Chart. The album soon followed and similarly entered the top 10, peaking at No. 10 during a 10 week run, and would go on to earn a silver disc. The album also was a hit in the US, peaking at No. 60 on the Billboard 200 amid positive reviews; it also hit No. 34 on the R&B Chart.

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