World Falling Down is the fourth solo album for music artist Peter Cetera, released in July 1992, and his third album since leaving the group Chicago. Released four years after his previous album, One More Story, World Falling Down was recorded sporadically over a lengthy period across nine different recording studios. Cetera's marriage to second wife, Diane Nini had ended, causing the once busy songwriter to step away from the music scene
World Falling Down Lyrics. Well I never thought life would be easy You can take it from me it's not easy When you're living on your own And now I face it one day at a time Then I try to rise each time I fall Try to find a way of getting through it all. I used to believe in you Now I need someone else to turn to And though it's only a matter of time Then I find that when you lose the magic Suddenly your world comes falling down All around you And though it seems so tragic Even when there's no one else around You hear the sound Of another world.
Having made a more agressively contemporary album working with Madonna compatriot Patrick Leonard on his last outing, Peter Cetera collaborated with Andy Hill on World Falling Down for an album that maintained his usual production sheen but moved more toward a melodic rock & roll feel - lots of chiming guitars and 4/4 rhythms.
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Musicians on the World Falling Down album: Peter Cetera, Andy Hill, Janey Clewer, Edie Lehmann, Bobbi Page, Mark Goldenberg, Robbie Buchanan, Simon Franglen, John Robinson, Jimmy Johnson, Jerry Hey, Gary Grant, Bill Reichenbach, Chaka Khan, Peter Vettesse, Jeffrey CJ Vanston, Tim Pierce, Graham Broad, Pino Palladino, Chris Mostert, Tal Bergman, Keith Airey, Bill Champlin, Tamara Champlin, Kenny Cetera, Tal Bergman, Joseph Williams, David.
Peter Cetera-World Falling Down guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. World Falling Down by Peter Cetera NOTE: At the end of some of the lines there are variations on the last chord, such as 7th's, sus, etc. I managed to figure out a couple of them, but my tin-ear probably missed a few.
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