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The Kinks Live at Kelvin Hall 1967 UK Live at Kelvin Hall is a 1967/68 live album by British rock group The Kinks The Kinks' set was the finale of a ten-day teen music-festival, sponsored by a local discotheque club and The Daily Record, a Glasgow newspaper. On 3 April, post-production was underway for the scheduled live album.
You gotta live life and be yourself You can't live life for anyone else You gotta live life that's all you do Nobody gonna live your life for you. Don't get depressed when you read in the press About world revolution and social unrest Try not to panic when you switch on the news And see crooked politicians and the unemployment queues It's only life it's really fine So don't you believe all you read in the headlines Live life see it through Carry on it's all. you can d. beat up the blacks Then they salute the Union Jack You can't pretent there's nothing wrong It's not the end, so just carry on. Oh, life's a mother, oh, life's a mother Oh, life's a mother, oh, life's a mother. You gotta live life for yourself, can't live life for anyone else You gotta live life, that's all you can do Nobody gonna live their life for you. Live life, you gotta live life You gotta live life, you gotta live life.
Live Life" is a track from The Kinks' 1978 album, Misfits. The track was written by The Kinks' primary songwriter, Ray Davies. The lyrics of the song, in a similar theme to many other tracks written by Ray Davies, say that, no matter what's happening in the world, you must pick yourself up (since no one else is going to help you)
Misfits is the sixteenth studio album by the English rock band The Kinks. The album was released in 1978. Following the minor success of Sleepwalker in the United States, Misfits featured a more rock-oriented style than many other Kinks records of the 1970s. Despite internal conflicts within the band, leading to both bassist Andy Pyle and pianist John Gosling quitting the band, the album made the Top 40 in America
Written by: Ray Davies Published by: Davray Music Ltd. Live Life. Have you heard about trouble throughout the land With the fascists and the left wing militants Out of work executives are killing themselves And the .
Have you heard about trouble throughout the land With the fascists and the left wing militants Out of work executives are killing themselves And the .
The track listing on the album sleeve lists A1 as "All Day and All of the Night," when "Till the End of the Day" is what actually appears on the record. Matrix, Runout (Side A, runout etched, Variant 1): 30679 RS-6260 A 1D.
|B||In A Foreign Land||3:02|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records
- Published By – Davray Music Ltd.
- Producer, Written-By – Ray Davies
NotesTrack A edited from the album "Misfits"
Track B taken from the album "Misfits"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, stamped [NBT etched]): ARISTA 199 A//1 P 1 NBT
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, stamped [NBT etched]): ARISTA 199 B//1 P 1 NBT
|AS 0372||The Kinks||Live Life (7", Single, Promo)||Arista||AS 0372||US||1978|
|ATA 372||The Kinks||Live Life (7", Single)||Arista||ATA 372||New Zealand||1978|
|AS 0372||The Kinks||Live Life (7", Single)||Arista||AS 0372||US||1979|