All of My Life (The Carpenters song)

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"All of My Life"
Single by The Carpenters
from the album Ticket to Ride
A-side "We've Only Just Begun"
B-side "All of My Life"
Released August 21, 1970
Format 7" single
Recorded 1969
Genre Soft rock[1]
Length 03:05
Label A&M Records
Writer(s) Richard Carpenter
Producer(s) Jack Daugherty
The Carpenters singles chronology
"We've Only Just Begun" (1970) "All of My Life" (1970) "Merry Christmas Darling" (1970)
Ticket to Ride track listing
Side one
  1. "Invocation"
  2. "Your Wonderful Parade"
  3. "Someday"
  4. "Get Together"
  5. "All of My Life"
  6. "Turn Away"
Side two
  1. "Ticket to Ride"
  2. "Don't Be Afraid"
  3. "What's the Use?"
  4. "All I Can Do"
  5. "Eve"
  6. "Nowadays' Clancy Can't Even Sing"
  7. "Benediction"

"All of My Life" is a ballad written by Richard Carpenter. The Carpenters recorded it for their 1969 album, Offering. The next year, it was used as the B-side song of the "We've Only Just Begun" single. Richard Carpenter did a remix of the song in 1987 with crisper vocals, a different electric piano, and more reverberation.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Pop/Rock » Soft Rock » Soft Rock. "Soft Rock | Significant Albums, Artists and Songs". AllMusic. Retrieved 2014-03-24. 

Full lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics