Life Goes On (Paul Williams album)
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|Life Goes On|
|Studio album by Paul Williams|
|Producer||Michael James Jackson|
|Paul Williams chronology|
Jimmy Webb arranged the strings on "Rose."
All tracks composed by Paul Williams; except where indicated
- "The Lady Is Waiting"
- "Out in the Country" (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols)
- "Little Girl"
- "Rose" (Paul Williams, Mentor Williams)
- "Where Do I Go from Here"
- "Life Goes On" (Paul Williams, Craig Doerge)
- "Park Avenue"
- "I Won't Last a Day Without You" (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols)
- "Traveling Boy" (Paul Williams, Roger Nichols)
- "That Lucky Old Sun" (Beasley Smith, Haven Gillespie)
- Paul Williams - vocals
- David Spinozza - guitar
- Leland Sklar - bass
- Craig Doerge - piano
- Michael Utley - organ
- Russ Kunkel - drums
- Bob Cooper - oboe on "Little Girl"
- Danny Kortchmar - acoustic guitar on "I Won't Last a Day Without You"
- Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Gerry Beckley, Ronee Blakley - background vocals on "Life Goes On"
- Mentor Williams - background vocals on "Rose"
- Jimmy Webb - string arrangement on "Rose"
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