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I'll Still Love You" is a song written by English musician George Harrison and first released in 1976 by his former Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr. Produced by Arif Mardin, the track appeared on Starr's debut album for Atlantic Records and Polydor, Ringo's Rotogravure.
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I ll still love you You never show affection But when you do It s all at once And Then its gone I m stunned Left breathless In a daze So amazed But I stay strong I m still learning Your still trying I m still fighting Your still denying baby Repeat Chorus I m still learning Your still trying I m Still fighting Your Still denying Repeat Chorus. There ain't no Rhyme or reason With you You never know What your gonna get. But that makes you more Intriguing Each and every moment that we spend It don't matter when. Thats just like you To confuse me but You should know that You'll never lose me baby. Hold on tight Just hang onto me Enjoy the ride That our life will bring Look in my eyes You'll see forever I know somehow We'll make it together Girl I don't care What you put me through I'll still love you. You never show affection But when you do It's all at once And Then its gone.
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Gill's delivery is as smooth as the glass surface of a secluded mountain swimming hole, shifting from promise and pain to love and loneliness with easy charm and the occasional touch of his high lonesome background ("No Future in the Past," "Say Hello"). The title track fairly glows with slow-cooked soul, while "Don't Let Our Love Slip Away" nods along on a late-'70s contemporary country vibe. The whole affair is so gosh darn flawless it's impossible not to like