Sybil (titled Walk On By in the UK) is the second studio album by American singer Sybil, released in 1989. Five singles were released from the album; "Can't Wait (On Tomorrow)", which had been released as a standalone single in 1988, and two cover versions of the Burt Bacharach and Hal David-written Dionne Warwick songs "Don't Make Me Over" and "Walk On By", which were both released as singles in 1989 and 1990 respectively.
Sybil Lynch, known simply as Sybil, is an American R&B and pop singer–songwriter. Sybil gained notable success in her career with songs during the mid-1980s into the mid-1990s. She is the cousin of former En Vogue singer Maxine Jones. Sybil signed to Next Plateau Records in the USA (with a licensing deal with Champion Records in the UK) and began recording in 1986 with the release of her first single "Falling In Love".
Album: Us Against The Crown. A7 hey sybil Dm D7 yah we're doing ok G G7 you're my straight six, baby C C7 i wouldn't change a thing, 'cause I F C Dm G G7 watched your momma love you with all her souL C C7 Dm G and the apple don't fall far from the tree. F luckily for me C F it sure to be all right. F/E. A7 hey sybil Dm D7 yah, we're doing ok G G7 i know what your saying but C C7 i wouldn't change a thing. C and may she, Bb F may she sleep well tonight.
Burt Bacharach, Hal David. 3. I Wanna Be Where You Are. Arthur Ross, Leon Ware. 4. Crazy for You. Sybil. 6. Walk on By. Burt Bacharach. 8. Give It to Me. 9. Living for the Moment. 10. Can't Wait (On Tomorrow). 11. We're Gonna Make It Work ThisTime. blue highlight denotes track pick.
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|1||Take You Away|
|3||Loving The Radio|
|4||All Our Or Nothing|
|5||Long Dusty Road|
|6||Waiting On Love|
|7||Play It All Night Lon|