The first, my last, my everything
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P1 wears an orange helmet with yellow stripes, a blue pair of goggles, a yellow scarf, an orange coat over a white shirt, a pair of long orange jeans, and a pair of black shoes. He seems to be an aviator. P2 has purple hair and wears a dark blue suit, a red tie, and a pair of long purple pants. He also wears a pair of purple shoes. He seems to be a businessman. P3 wears a purple cap with a bill, a striped purple-and-white Polo, a yellow fanny pack with a tool pocket, a purple pair of long pants, and a pair of yellow sneakers.
"You're the First, the Last, My Everything" is a song recorded by Barry White from his third studio album Can't Get Enough (). The song was written by White.
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White recorded it as a disco song, retaining most of the musical structure while rewriting the lyrics. It was certified silver for , sold copies in United Kingdom in A cover version of the song performed by Howard Brown was released in in the UK as a charity single. It peaked at 13 in the UK singles chart. Belgian singer and actor Pieter Van Keymeulen released a stripped down version of the song to commemorate his father's death in The song is featured in the films Money Talks ; also on its CD soundtrack album , where White had recorded an alternative version, as simply "My Everything" as a duet with Faith Evans , Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason ; also on its CD soundtrack album , Zookeeper , and anachronistically in Tim Burton 's film Dark Shadows ; also on its CD soundtrack album as the film was set in , two years before the song was released.
If pharma was a soul band, Barry White would have made the perfect frontman. Because if the modern-day lexicon is anything to go by, the patient has become The First, the Last, the Everything for the global industry. The patient voice, just like that of the Walrus of Love, is causing deep reverberations as patient value takes centre stage. A heavyweight dance-off between patient and shareholder value is simmering. The hypothesis is simple: patient value is important, but how much does it add to the bottom line? Commentators are beginning to scrutinise the value of patient-centricity, with headlines exposing the commercial conundrum.
You’re the First, the Last, My Everything