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Always Find the Time
Rhythm of Love
Song by Kylie Minogue
From the album Rhythm of Love
Released 12 November 1990 (1990-11-12)
Recorded 1990
Genre Dance-pop
Length 3:36
Label PWL
Writer(s)
  • Mike Stock
  • Matt Aitken
  • Pete Waterman
  • Rick James
Producer(s) Stock Aitken Waterman
Rhythm of Love track listing
"Secrets"
(4)
"Always Find the Time"
(5)
"The World Still Turns"
(6)

"Always Find the Time" is a song by Kylie Minogue, taken from her third studio album Rhythm of Love (1990). Written and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman, "Always Find the Time" speaks about Kylie's dedication and love for a partner, describing that no matter what the situation, she will always find the time for her significant other.

The song appears on the album as the fifth track.

BackgroundEdit

"Always Find the Time" was written by Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman; the song fuses elements of dance-pop and disco.

LyricsEdit

You're the first thing in the morning
And the last thing at night
And I'll always hear you calling
You're always on my mind

I don't want no-one but you, ooh ooh
And I don't need a second string
I don't want a share of you, ooh, ooh
I wanna be your everything

Sunrise - as long as you'll be mine
Midnight - that would be just fine
Rain or shine - it wouldn't change my mind
I-I-I-always find the time

Look around me
I can always see your face
There's a feeling that's surrounding
It's in every move you make

All the other guys I see, ooh ohh
They don't get a second chance
Funny they don't interest me, ohh ohh
I don't give them a second glance

Sunrise - as long as you'll be mine
Midnight - that would be just fine
Rain or shine - it wouldn't change my mind
I-I-I-always find the time

I don't want no-one but you, ooh ooh
And I don't need a second string
I don't want a share of you, ooh, ooh
I wanna be your everything

Sunrise - as long as you'll be mine
Midnight - that would be just fine
Rain or shine - it wouldn't change my mind
I-I-I-always find the time

Live performancesEdit

Kylie has only performed the song on three of her tours; the first appearance was on the Rhythm of Love Tour which was launched in 1991 in support of "Rhythm of Love"; it was performed as the fourth song in the set, between "Got to Be Certain" and "Enjoy Yourself"; this was the same for the Let's Get to It Tour, which was a continuation of the Rhythm of Love Tour with additions and edits to include songs from "Let's Get to It". The most recent performance was on the Anti Tour, where it was performed after "I'm Over Dreaming (Over You)"; the Anti Tour was launched as part of "K25", which celebrated Kylie's 25th year in the music industry.

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