Who Sang Nothing Like You've Ever Known? Andrew Lloyd Webber

Andrew Lloyd Webber A Broadway Extravaganza! cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black
Release Date: 1987
conductor: Paul Gemignani
orchestra: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
arranger: Luther Henderson
composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber
lyricist: Don Black
Nothing like you've ever known
That's the life I thought that I was gonna show you
Lonely girls believe such things
That's one happy ever after that I owe you

Married man always looking at
You watch
I wanted to spend more time than twelve till two
Loving you

And nothing like it should have been
Every time I think it's gonna be the last time
Each time I expect to much
Being wrong can get to be a painful pastime

Something new that is all it was
You know
But when you need someone any love will do
Sad but true

And nothing like we've ever known
That is how I thought all our tomorrows would be
I thought we were all we'd need
Goes to show you just how wrong two people could be

CD 1
  • 1 The Race / Starlight Express
  • 2 All I Ask of You
  • 3 Nothing Like You've Ever Known
  • 4 Memory
  • 5 Come Rain or Come Shine / Ridin' on the Moon / Right as the Rain / Two Ladies in the Shade of de Banana Tree / Push de Button
  • 6 A Sleepin' Bee / It's Only a Paper Moon
  • 7 Lover Come Back to Me
  • 8 The Buttercup Willow Affair
  • 9 I Got a Right to Sing the Blues / Mood Indigo
  • 10 Another Hundred People / Fidgety Feet
  • 11 Anyone Can Whistle / Our Love Is Here to Stay
  • 12 A Parade in Town / Strike Up the Band