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  1. Without You Lyrics: No I can't forget this evening / Or your face as you were leaving / But I guess that's just the way the story goes / You always smile but in you eyes your sorrow shows / .
  2. “With or Without You” was released as the lead single from the album “The Joshua Tree”. It was the band’s most successful single at the time. It features sustained guitar parts played by .
  3. Without You [Verse 2] Even if You take it all away I’ll wait for You Even when the light begins to fade I’ll wait for You [Pre-Chorus] I’m so desperate calling out Your name Meet me in this.
  4. “Without You” was originally sung by Badfinger and later Nilsson back in the ‘70s. Mariah’s version of the song peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot and #4 on Billboard’s Adult.
  5. “Without You” was originally sung by Badfinger and later Nilsson back in the ‘70s. Mariah’s version of the song peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot and #4 on Billboard’s Adult.
  6. "Without You" is a song from "The Matchmaker." It is sung by Darwin in "The Matchmaker." It then reappears in "The Pact," in where Gumball sings the chorus in the bus. An instrumental of it is heard in "The Master," when Gumball reenacts what he did when he thought he had twenty-four hours to live. Trivia This is the first song to be sung by Donielle T. Hansley Jr., The song is Genre: Power ballad.
  7. Without You is a stand alone M/M romance by Marley Valentine. This is a beautiful, unforgettable story of finding love after loss. It’s the story of two men finding the healing power of love in a way they never imagined. Deacon Sutton grew up in Billings, Montana/5.
  8. "Without You", by Paul Revere & The Raiders, B-side to the single "Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon", "Without You" (Badfinger song), , covered by Harry Nilsson, Shirley Bassey, Air Supply, T. G. Sheppard, Mariah Carey, and other artists "Without You", by The Doobie Brothers from The Captain and Me,
  9. Dec 08,  · Directed by Xackery Irving. With Emily Fradenburgh, Keith McGill, Joshua Loren, Will Crawford. A psych-patient, accused of a violent murder, turns to her court-appointed psychiatrist to prove her innocence and sanity. Her psychiatrist must help her decipher delusion from truth to unravel the mystery of her reality.

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