Precious Time is the third studio album by American singer Pat Benatar, released on July 6, 1981, through the Chrysalis label. The album peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 and produced the top 20 hit "Fire and Ice"; the song that would later win the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 1982 and reached number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Mainstream Rock chart
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Pat Benatar – Precious Time. Label: Chrysalis – CHR 1346. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Pat Benatar - Precious Time (1981). Songs in album Pat Benatar - Precious Time (1981). 1. Promises In The Dark.
While her debut and its follow-up, Crimes of Passion, both offered up hit singles and decent album material, Precious Time keeps the formula going without any of the songwriting magic of the first two records. The energy and momentum are there for the majority of the album, and even on the ballads Benatar's voice is in fine form. But there's really nothing new that Benatar has to offer (aside from an amusing cover of the Beatles' "Helter Skelter"), unlike her next album, which would see Benatar growing by leaps and bounds into the pop-friendly rock of the '80s
Band Name Pat Benatar. Album Name Precious Time. 3. Just Like Me. 03:30.
Lyrics to "Precious Time" song by Pat Benatar: I don't want to argue about who is the victim Cause maybe we both got burned I don't want to talk a. .days in that September Is the "merci" and the wine. Cut it out, drop it, count me out - baby stop it Life is too short, so why waste precious time Life is too short, so why waste Precious time, precious time, precious time Oh, precious time Life is too short, so why waste precious time.
Album: Precious Time (1981). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Mercy in the wine,' that was one of the lyrics that sometimes I would feel badly when I thought that people would misinterpret what I was writing, because when Pat Benatar recorded that song, they printed the lyrics in the sleeve of the LP. And the lyric, as I wrote it, it said, "All that I remember about the days in that September was the mercy in the wine. And on that Pat Benatar record they wrote 'the merci,' like a French word for 'thank you,' so I was horrified by that.