Who Sang Better Days? Graham Nash

Graham Nash Songs for Beginners cover art

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Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Graham Nash
release date: 1971
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Classic Rock
length: 3:51
producer: Graham Nash
piano: Graham Nash and Joe Yankee
lead vocals: Graham Nash
performer: Larry Cox
mixer: Graham Nash and Larry Cox
background vocals: Graham Nash and Rita Coolidge
electric bass guitar: Calvin Samuels
Hammond organ: Graham Nash
acoustic guitar: Graham Nash
drums (drum set): Dallas Taylor
solo bass clarinet: Simon Posthuma
recording engineer: Larry Cox and Bill Halverson
When your love has moved away
You must face yourself and say
I remember better days
Don't you cry 'cause she is gone

She is only moving on
Chasing mirrors through a haze
Now that you know it's nowhere
What's to stop you cmoing home

All you got to do is go there
Then you'll really realize what's going down
You went to a strange land searching for a truth you felt was wrong
That's when the heartaches started

Though you're where you want to be
You're not where you belong
When your love has moved away
You must face yourself and say

I remember better days
Don't you cry 'cause she is gone
She is only moving on
Chasing mirrors through a haze



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Military Madness
  • 2 Better Days
  • 3 Wounded Bird
  • 4 I Used to Be a King
  • 5 Be Yourself
  • 6 Simple Man
  • 7 Man in the Mirror
  • 8 There's Only One
  • 9 Sleep Song
  • 10 Chicago
  • 11 We Can Change the World

  • Album Information
    label: Atlantic
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin