Album: Surrealistic Pillow (1967)
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  • Today, I feel like pleasing you
    More than before
    Today, I know what I want to do
    But I don't know what for
    To be living for you
    Is all I want to do
    To be loving you
    It'll all be there
    When my dreams come true

    Today, you'll make me say
    That I somehow have changed
    Today, you'll look into my eyes
    I'm just not the same
    To be any more than all I am
    Would be a lie
    I'm so full of love
    I could burst apart
    And start to cry

    Today, everything you want
    I swear it will all come true
    Today, I realize how much
    I'm in love with you
    With you standing there
    I could tell the world
    What it means to love
    To go on from here
    I can't use words
    They don't say enough

    Please, please listen to me
    It's taken so long to come true
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Comments: 2

  • Rick from Great Falls, VaCheck out the killer totally electric cover of "Today" by Translator. Awesome!
  • Linc from Beaumont, TxThis song and almost all of the Surrealistic Pillow album is used in the Movie Walk on the Moon (1999) with Diane Lane, Viggo Mortensen, Anna Paquiin and Liev Schreiber
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