Meat Loaf — It’s All Coming Back to Me Now featuring Marion Raven

1 It’s All Coming Back to Me Now (radio edit) 4:15 Jim Steinman
2 It’s All Coming Back to Me Now (album version) 6:05 Jim Steinman
3 Whore 3:57 Marcus Blake / Jason MacKenroth / Jim Wilson
4 Black Betty 3:01 Huddie Ledbetter

Track 1 and 2, Words and Music by Jim Steinman. Piano: Matt Rollings. Organ: Mark Alexander. Guitar: Randy Flowers, Corky James, Eric Brazilian, Dan Warner & David Levita. Bass: Kasim Sulton. Drums: Victor Indrizzo. Percussion: Kenny Aronoff. Background Vocals Arranged by Todd Rundgren. Background Vocals: Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton, Eric Troyer, Storm Lee, John Gregory, Keely Pressly, Jeanette Olson & Desmond Child.
Track 3: Written by Jim Wilson, Marcus Blake Junca & Jason MacKenroth. Published by MS Catalog (Ascap).
Track 4: Written by Huddie ‘Ledbelly’ Ledbetter. Published by Folksways Music Publishers Inc.

Artwork by Julie Bell
Photo by Timothy White
Management: 10th St. Entertainment
www.meatloaf.net

“Bat Out Of Hell III: The Moster Is Loose” in stores October ‘06

Label Cat.No. F. Y. C. Notes
1 Mercury 1713108 CDM 2006 EU 4 track single
2 Mercury 1712171 CDS 2006 EU 2 track single; omits album version and ‘Black Betty’
3 Mercury 1707713 7″ 2006 EU limited edition picture disc; omits album version and ‘Whore’
4 Mercury MEATSC1 2006 EU Souvenir Collectors Edition slip cover for CD and DVD single, handed out at 2006 Royal Albert Hall Concert

It’s All Coming Back to Me Now — DVD Single

1 It’s All Coming Back to Me Now (video) 5:12 Jim Steinman

Words and Music by Jim Steinman. Piano: Matt Rollings. Organ: Mark Alexander. Guitar: Randy Flowers, Corky James, Eric Brazilian, Dan Warner & David Levita. Bass: Kasim Sulton. Drums: Victor Indrizzo. Percussion: Kenny Aronoff. Background Vocals Arranged by Todd Rundgren. Background Vocals: Todd Rundgren, Kasim Sulton, Eric Troyer, Storm Lee, John Gregory, Keely Pressly, Jeanette Olson & Desmond Child.

Video directed by P.R. Brown

DVD Authoring, Production and Pre-mastering by revolution digital

Artwork by Julie Bell
Photo by Timothy White
Management: 10th St. Entertainment
www.meatloaf.net

“Bat Out Of Hell III: The Moster Is Loose” in stores October ‘06

Label Mercury Cat.No. 1707715 Format DVD-S Year 2006 Country EU

It’s All Coming Back to Me Now — 1 Track Promo Single

1 It’s All Coming Back to Me Now 4:12 Jim Steinman

Music and Lyrics by Jim Steinman
Produced by Desmond Child
Orchestra Arranged and Conducted by David Campbell
Background Vocals Arranged by Todd Rundgren
Marion Raven appears courtesy of 11-7 Records
Artwork by Julie Bell
Photo by Timothy White
Management: 10th St. Entertainment
www.meatloaf.net

"Bat Out Of Hell III: The Moster Is Loose" in stores 23•10•06

Meat Loaf — It’s All Coming Back to Me Now — 16th of October 2006
Meat Loaf is back!
Taken from the 3rd part of the Herculean Bat Out Of Hell Trilogy. Originally written by Jim Steinman for Bat Out Of Hell 2 The Meat thought it would be best used at a later date hence its inclusion in the current album. The single is set to be another Meat Loaf classic combining the stunning vocals of Marion Raven and the epic production synonymous with Meat Loaf records.

Label Cat.No. F. Y. C. Notes
1 Mercury BATCJ 2 CDS 2006 EU promo use only — not for sale
2 Mercury [withheld] CDS 2006 EU ’ACB edit’. White-label watermarked promo. No label copy.

It’s All Coming Back to Me Now — US Promo

1 It’s All Coming Back to Me Now (1) 4:32 Jim Steinman
2 It’s All Coming Back to Me Now (2) 4:59 Jim Steinman

Music and Lyrics by Jim Steinman
Produced by Desmond Child
Orchestra Arranged and Conducted by David Campbell
Background Vocals Arranged by Todd Rundgren
Marion Raven appears courtesy of 11-7 Records
Artwork by Julie Bell
Photo by Timothy White
Management: 10th St. Entertainment
www.meatloaf.net

Label Virgin / EMI Cat.No. 0946 3 70944 2 6 Format CDS Year 2006 Country USA Notes Licensed for promotional use only.

It’s All Coming Back to Me Now

Boy: There were nights when the wind was so cold
That my body froze in bed
If I just listened to it right outside the window

Girl: There were days when the sun was so cruel
That all the tears turned to dust
And I just knew my eyes were drying up forever

Both: I finished crying in the instant that you left
And I can’t remember where or when or how
And I banished every memory you and I have ever made

Boy: But when I touch you like this
Girl:Touch you like this
And I hold you like that
Girl:Hold you like that
It’s so hard to believe
But it’s all coming back to me now

Girl: It’s all coming back
It’s all coming back to me now

Boy: There were moments of gold
And there were flashes of light
There were things I’d never do again
But then they’d always seemed right
Both: There were nights of endless pleasure
It was more than any laws allow—baby, baby!

Boy: If I kiss you like this
Girl:Kiss you like this
And if you whisper like that
Girl:Whisper like that
It was lost long ago
But it’s all coming back to me
If you want me like this
Girl:If you want me like this
And if you need me like that
Girl:If you need me like that
It was dead long ago
But it’s all coming back to me
Both: It’s so hard to resist
And it’s all coming back to me
I can barely recall
But it’s all coming back to me now....

Both: But you were history with the slamming of the door
And I made myself so strong again somehow
And I never wasted any of my time on you since then!—baby, baby, baby!

Boy: When you touch me like this
Girl:Touch me like this
And when you hold me like that
Girl:Hold me like that
It was gone with the wind
But it’s all coming back to me
When you see me like this
Girl:See me like this
And when I see you like that
Girl:See you like that
Then we see what we want to see
All coming back to me —
Both: The flesh and the fantasies
All coming back to me —
I can barely recall
But it’s all coming back to me now …

If you forgive me all this
Girl:Forgive me all this
If I forgive you all that
Girl:Forgive you all that
We forgive and forget
And it’s all coming back to me now

Words and Music by Jim Steinman
© 1995 Universal - Songs of PolyGram International, Inc. / Lost Boys Music (BMI)

Whore

I’m sick and tired of all the things that you do
How’d I get stuck here with somebody like you?
It won’t quit — same old shit
Let me tell ya, baby, gettin’ bored with it

Lies on your face, tell me that it’s you there when you look
Breakin’ out a sweat — situation gettin’ clearer

Fooled by a whore like you

(fooled by a whore)

I’m sick an’ tired of being your marionette
Don’t walk away ‘cuz I ain’t thru with you yet
I call your bluff — and that’s enough
Let me tall ya, baby, gettin’ sick of this stuff

Lies on your face, tell me that it’s you there when you look
Desperation shows — situation’s getting clearer

Fooled by a whore like you

(fooled by a whore) …

I’m sick and tired of being a carousel
You’re so impatient ‘cuz you know me too well
It won’t quit — same old shit
Let me tell ya, baby, gettin’ bored with it

Lines on your face, tell me that it’s you there when you look
Breakin’ out a sweat — situation’s getting clearer

Fooled by a whore like you

(fooled by a whore)
(fooled by a whore)
(I’ve been fooled by a whore) …

Written by Jim Wilson, Marcus Blake Junca & Jason MacKenroth
Published by MS Catalog (Ascap)

Black Betty

Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Black Betty had a child, bam-ba-lam
Damn thing gone wild, bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Oooh, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam....

Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Really gets me high, bam-ba-lam
An’ that’s no lie, bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam....

Oh yeah, alright
Oh yeah, alright
Oh yeah, alright
Oh yeah, alright....

Alright—right—right…

Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Really gets me singin’, bam-ba-lam
Gonna shake that thing,bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Oooh, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Oooh, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam
Whoa, Black Betty, now bam-ba-lam....

Oh yeah, alright
Oh yeah, alright
Oh yeah, alright
Oh yeah, alright....

Traditional folk song, first recorded by James Baker, 1933

Written by Huddie ‘Ledbelly’ Ledbetter
Published by Folksways Music Publishers Inc.