Life must be understood backwards; but... it must be lived forward.
---Dreary Scandinavian guy.
Dreary, but accurate; sometimes, riding along in the headlong chaos of life, we lose track of the paths we didn't take mostly because we had no idea where we were going.
Everyone makes choices, Lee Corso included. Just after the folding of the USFL, Corso faced a choice: become a commentator for ESPN, or pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a slo-jam mogul. His 1989 Arista Records release, ...for the lover in you, may not have sold more than thirty copies in the United States, but it did do two things:
1. It hit #34 in Turkey, mostly thanks to the daring cover art and Corso's resemblance to a prominent cleric.
For the lover in you.
Listen if you dare to Lee Corso's take on Teddy Pendergrass's "Love T.K.O." Ladies, our lawyers would like you to know that we hold no liability for pregnancies that may spontaneously occur during the sexy listening of this song.