Who Sang Save the Best for Last? Brian Culbertson

Brian Culbertson Modern Life cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1995-3-28
Genre: Jazz
length: 4:18
violin: Carl Johnston and Cheryl Smith
viola: Suzanne LaBelle
cello: Elizabeth Anderson
membranophone programming: Brian Culbertson
additional programming membranophone programming: Bill Dickens
nylon guitar: Daryl Thompson
piano & bass synthesizer & keyboard: Brian Culbertson
Some other versions of "Save the Best for Last"

Lyrics
Sometimes the snow comes down in June
Sometimes the sun goes 'round the moon
I see the passion in your eyes
Sometimes it's all a big surprise
'Cause there was a time when all I did was wish
You'd tell me this was love
It's not the way I hoped or how I planned
But somehow it's enough

And now we're standing face to face
Isn't this world a crazy place
Just when I thought our chance had passed
You go and save the best for last

All of the nights you came to me
When some silly girl had set you free
You wondered how you'd make it through
I wondered what was wrong with you

'Cause how could you give your love to someone else
And share your dreams with me
Sometimes the very thing you're looking for
Is the one thing you can't see

And now we're standing face to face
Isn't this world a crazy place
Just when I thought our chance had passed
You go and save the best for last

Sometimes the very thing you're looking for
Is the one thing you can't see

Sometimes the snow comes down in June
Sometimes the sun goes 'round the moon
Just when I thought our chance had passed
You go and save the best for last

You went and saved the best for last

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Tomorrow's World
  • 2 Toi Et Moi (You And Me)
  • 3 Without the Rain
  • 4 Out of the Mist
  • 5 Come to Me
  • 6 Modern Life
  • 7 Save the Best for Last
  • 8 Take Me Home to You
  • 9 In Her Eyes
  • 10 Prelude to Midnight
  • 11 Midnight Sun

  • Release information
    label: Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 075679250728
    script: Latin