Better Days is the fourth studio album by American R&B singer Joe. It was released by Jive Records on December 11, 2001 in the United States. The album reached number 32 on the US Billboard 200 and number four on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It spawned three singles, including "Lets Stay Home Tonight", which reached number 18 on the US R&B chart; "What If a Woman", which reached number 13 on the US R&B chart, and "Isn't This the World".
Been holding this pain inside for so long Though the rain never goes away They say I should leave these streets behind me But it's so hard to escape Oh Lord please send me an angel To lead me out of this place Take me away, away Far away, to better days. First thing I wanna do is say "What up" to . King of the south, now everybody see why I'm just driving and thinking how I survived here And I ain't seen Dre and Eminem in five years That sound Shady right, I live a crazy.
Jahcoustix & Dub Inc – Better Days. Oneness Band – Better Days Riddim Instrumental. This year Oneness Records from out of Munich, Germany celebrates its 10th anniversary, which starts off with the release of a worthy sampler featuring 10 of the label’s favourite tunes released in the past 10 years and a brand new roots reggae selection entitled Better Days Riddim
Like most hair metal bands, Winger took retirement in the '90s, fading away after their 1993 album - Pull, which reached a respectable 83 on the Billboard charts - then worked a comeback that began in 2006 with IV. Better Days Comin', the group's sixth album, arrived eight years later, at the point when '90s nostalgia started to fade and old-fashioned workmanship began to take hold.
5 years ago 5 years ago. Indie. Lyrics: I’ve seen better days, dripping down your face We don’t have to talk, let’s dance For all the times you felt alone, dreaming better I see better, better days Too dumb to say goodbye that's some cliché shit, make me wanna cry Just know that every time I look in your eye, I see better, I see better, better days. Try to remember, that you can’t forget Down with history, up with your head For sweet tomorrow, she never fell from grace We might still know sorrow but we got better days.
Yes,yes!Winger were responsible for a number of songs in the 1980s which have since been named as glam metal staples. With such memorable hits as Headed for a Heartbreak, Seventeen and the power ballad Miles Away, Winger quickly established a formidable fan following. New album in this year! 01. Midnight Driver of a Love Machine 02. Queen Babylon 03. Rat Race 04. Better Days Comin’ 05. Tin Soldier 06. Ever Wonder 07.