We Care A Lot (song)

We Care A Lot (song)

"We Care a Lot" is a song by Faith No More. It was recorded for and released on the band's first two studio albums, We Care a Lot and Introduce Yourself, and was included on the live album and video Live at the Brixton Academy; the latter two recordings also each have the song as a single release (January 18, 1988 and in 1991 respectively, the former making it to No. 53 on the UK Singles Chart). Although a Chuck Mosley-era song, it was the second most frequently-played song during the band's live performances, behind "Epic". "We Care a Lot" featured different lyrics and ad-libs when performed by Mike Patton, much like performances of "Chinese Arithmetic".

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... Chuck Mosley covered the songunder the title "We Carea Lot in his solo project, and released it on his album Will Rap Over Hard Rock for Food ... The songis longer than the original and the first part of the first verse is almost a switch of words with the original first verse ... The songalso references "Epic" with the lyric, "We carea lotabout the guy who wanted it all but couldn't have it." "Нам важно всё" by I.F.K ...

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