Today (Today album)

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The New Formula
Singles from Today
  1. "Him or Me"
    Released: 1988
  2. "Girl I Got My Eyes On You"
    Released: 1989
  3. "Take It Off"
    Released: 1989
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Today is a studio album released in 1988 by the American R&B group Today. [1] The album was the group's debut album, and included the charting singles "Girl I Got My Eyes On You", "Take It Off" and "Him or Me". [1]


Track listing

Side 1
1."Him or Me"5:12
2."Girl I Got My Eyes On You" (Wesley Adams / Lee Drakeford / Gene Griffin / Larry McCain / Larry Singletary)4:59
3."Take It Off"5:30
4."Take Your Time"4:48
Side 2
1."You Stood Me Up"5:09
2."Your Love is Not True" (Bernard Belle / Gene Griffin)5:24
3."Lady" (Damion Adams / Larry Singletary)4:29
4."Sexy Lady" (Bernard Belle / Gene Griffin)5:24
Total length:44:58



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