Bobby Kimball sings lead vocals on this one, but Toto's main songwriter David Paich
wrote the tune. In the song, Kimball's asking a lover to pretend they're in love again. There's some indication the story is autobiographical and not just a work of poetic fancy, with the very specific detail in the lines:Always remember the day we met in the foreign ran
You were content and we went our separate ways
The idea's not far outside the realm of possibility, as Paich wrote "Rosanna
" about one of his own first loves.