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Unconditional Love

1993 Version

1994 Album Version

Unconditional Love

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Co-written by singer-songwriter Sandy Stewart, “Unconditional Love” is Track 7 on Street Angel. Stewart also co-wrote “Maybe Love Will Change Your Mind,” the first single (Pop #57) from Street Angel.

Modern Records had intended “Unconditional Love” to be the lead single from Street Angel, before the album was pulled from release in the fall of 1993. The song was reworked with additional musicians and different vocals but was not released as a single when the album was eventually released in 1994.

Modern Records press release
Official press release, issued Fall 1993 (Courtesy of Modern Records)

Lyrics

Don’t explain
Just lay back and watch the rain
‘Cause darling I’m right here
And nothing’s changed
Don’t you know by now
I would not even know how
To keep myself from falling for you
I’ll be around

Unconditional love
I’ll be there when you fall
The one condition of love
Is there are none at all

Why would I
Be a fool and break these ties
When all the dreams that I believe
Are in your eyes
Don’t you see at last
You don’t even have to ask
I’ll give you so much more
Than just a second chance

Unconditional love
I’ll be there when you fall
The one condition of love
Is there are none at all

(Hey, hey, hey…my precious one)
(Hey, hey, hey…my precious one)

Unconditional love (unconditional)
I’ll be there when you fall
The one condition of love (unconditional)
Is there are none at all

Unconditional love
(I’ll be there, I’ll be there)
I’ll be there when you fall
The one condition of love
(I’ll be there, I’ll be there)
Is there are none at all

Unconditional love
(I’ll be there, I’ll be there)
I’ll be there when you fall
The one condition of love
(I’ll be there, I’ll be there)
Is there are none at all

(Sandy Stewart/Dave Mundy) © 1992 Sweet Talk Music (ASCAP)/Mundy Music/EMI Virgin Music (ASCAP)

Musicians

Kenny AronoffDrums
Roy BittanPiano & Synthesizer
Sharon Celani, Sara Fleetwood, Lori NicksVocal Harmonies
Peter MichaelPercussion
John PierceBass
Tim PierceElectric Guitars
Benmont TenchHammond Organ
Waddy WachtelElectric & Acoustic Guitars

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