Said It All – Take That Lyrics
24 Jun 2009

Album: The Circus
Genre: Soft Rock
Writers: Take That, Steve Robson
Released: June, 2009

 

Said it All is the fourth single released by the band Take That from their album The Circus. This song is available since last week, and it has reached the peak position at #9 on UK Singles Chart. This album has received multi Platinum certified in Germany, Ireland and UK. Today the band will be in Manchester, United Kingodom. Some other tour dates are: June 27th and 28th Manchester and from 1st July to July 5th in London

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Up All Night – Take That Lyrics
11 Feb 2009

Album: The Circus
Genre: Pop
Writers: Take That, John Shanks
Released: March, 2009

Up All Night will be available starting from 2nd March, 2009. For now, it is available the music video premiered last January 23rd, 2009. The song is ranked as the new #72 on UK Singles Chart. The one is the second single from the album, The Circus which is on stores since December, 2008. The track listing contains: The Garden, Greatest Day, Hello, Said All, Julie, The Circus, How Di It Come to This, What is Love, You, Hold Up A Ligth and here. Next 5th June, 2009 they will begin The Circus Live Summer Tour. The first event will be in Sunderland, United Kingdom.

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Greatest Day- Take That Lyrics
2 Dec 2008

Album: The Circus
Genre: Pop
Writers: Mark Owen Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Howard Donald
Released: November, 2008

This week, the song is ranked at #1 position on UK Singles Chart while on Iris Singles Chart is #6. The music video was premiered on October on AOL, and the song did one month later. It is the lead single of the album. The Cd contains: Greatest Day and Sleepwalking songs. The Circus album is available since yesterday. The rest of the track listing is: The Garden, Hello, Said It All, Julie, The Circus, How Didi It Come to This, Up All Night, What is Love, You, Hold Up a Light, Here and She Said. Yesterday, the band was recording an exclusive live session for the Ken Bruce Show on BBC Radio.

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