|74321 22126 2||Pay Or Deliver||Take It To The Limit (CD, Maxi)||RCA||74321 22126 2||Germany||1994|
|74321 22126 1||Pay Or Deliver||Take It To The Limit (12")||RCA, BMG Ariola Hamburg GmbH||74321 22126 1||Netherlands||1994|
Take It To The Limit (Vinyl, Maxi).
Take It to the Limit is an album by Willie Nelson with Waylon Jennings, released in 1983 on Columbia Records. Take It to the Limit was the third Jennings/Nelson duet album and the second to be produced by Chips Moman. Whereas their previous album together, 1982's WWII, had contained more Waylon solo tracks, this LP includes five tracks sung solely by Willie
So put me on a highway And show me a sign And take it to the limit one more time. You can spend all your time making money You can spend all your love making time If it all fell to pieces tomorrow Would you still be mine? And when you're looking for your freedom (Nobody seems to care) And you can't find the door (Can't find it anywhere) When there's nothing to believe in Still you're coming back, you're running back You're coming back for more. So put me on a highway And show me a sign And take it to the limit one more time.
lately Keep on turnin' out and burnin' out and turnin' out the same So put me on a highway and show me a sign and take it to the limit one more time You can spend all your time making love you can spend all your love making time If it all fell to pieces tomorrow would you still be mine And. when you're looking for more freedom when nobody seems to care And you can't find the door well you can't find it anywhere When there's nothin' to believe in Still you're coming back you're running back You're coming back for more So put me on . .
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Scarface (Push It to the Limit). Scarface (Push It to the Limit)" is a song written by record producers Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte and recorded by American musician Paul Engemann. It appeared on the soundtrack for the 1983 motion picture Scarface.
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