Al Green Lyrics

Genre: R&B

Al Green Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Take Your Time
2 Al Green - For The Good Times
3 How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?
4 (Live) Free At Last
5 One Nite Stand
6 Stay With Me By The Sea
7 L-O-V-E (Love)
8 Standing In The Rain
9 Let's Stay Together
10 I'm Hooked On You
11 Lay It Down
12 What More Do You Want From Me
13 I'm Wild About You
14 Sha-La-La (Make Me Happy)
15 Your Love Is Like the Morning Sun
16 For the Good Times
17 Back Up Train
18 You've Got The Love I Need
19 Another Day
20 Ain't No Sunshine
21 Call Me, Come Back Home
22 I Wish You Were Here
23 My Problem Is You
24 Judy
25 What Is This Feeling
26 Truth N' Time
27 Don't Hurt Me No More
28 Take Me To the River
29 You Ought to Be With Me
30 I'm Still in Love With You
31 Look What You Done for Me
32 Right Now, Right Now
33 Unchained Melody
34 Just For Me
35 Tired of Being Alone
36 Put A Little Love In Your Heart (Featuring Annie Lennox)
37 Simply Beautiful
38 I'd Still Choose You
39 No One Like You
40 I Feel Like Going On
41 I Wanna Hold You
42 I'm Glad Your Mine
43 Let's Get Married
44 Love Is A Beautiful Thing
45 Still In Love With You
46 A Change Is Gonna Come
47 Give It Everything
48 Are You Lonely For Me Baby
49 My Girl
50 Hot Wire
51 Million To One
52 Summertime
53 Stay With Me Forever
54 Could I Be The One?
55 Wild About You
56 All I Need
57 Al Green - Lean On Me (Original Version)
58 Guilty
59 Stop And Check Myself
60 I've Been Waitin' On You
61 My Sweet Sixteen
62 That's the Way It Is
63 Nobody But You
64 Full of Fire
65 To Sir With Love
66 Al Green - Let's Stay Together
67 There's No Way
68 Let Me Help You
69 Not Tonight
70 Be With Me Jesus
71 Belle
72 Here I Am (Come and Take Me)
73 You Are So Beautiful
74 Can't Take My Eyes Off You
75 Again
76 I'm Reachin' Out
77 So Real To Me
78 Put A Little Love In Your Heart
79 Livin' for You
80 Look What You've Done For Me
81 O Holy Night
82 Feels Like Summer
83 Ride, Sally Ride
84 Don't Leave Me
85 I'd Fly Away
86 Everything's Gonna Be Alright
87 Put A Little Love In Your Hear
88 Perfect To Me
89 Sha La La
90 I'll Be Good To You
91 Old Time Lovin
92 I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
93 Wait For Me
94 Let's Get Together
95 That's All It Takes (Lady)
96 Hangin' On
97 All the Time
98 Love and Happiness
99 Get Back
100 Funny How Time Slips Away
101 White Christmas
102 Nearer My God To Thee
103 Get Yourself Together
104 Magic Road
105 Yield Not To Temptation
106 Pretty Woman
107 always and forever
108 What a Wonderful Thing Love Is
109 Rhymes
110 What's It All About
111 I'm Glad You're Mine
112 School Days
113 I Can't Stop
114 Jingle Bells
115 Always & Forever
116 Everything's OK
117 A Lover's Hideaway
118 I Tried To Tell Myself
119 Play To Win
120 I Can't Get Next to You
121 Together Again
122 Jesus Will Fix It
123 La-La For You
124 Put It On Paper
125 It Ain't No Fun To Me
126 Let It Shine
127 Call Me
128 What Am I Gonna Do With Myself
129 One Woman
130 You Say It
131 Oh, Pretty Woman
132 Oh Me Oh My (Dreams In My Arms)
133 Winter Wonderland
134 What Christmas Means To Me
135 Hold On Forever
136 Rainin' In My Heart
137 Sweet Sixteen
138 Keep Me Cryin'
139 Dream
140 The Letter
141 I Can Make Music
142 Highway To Heaven
143 So Good To Be Here
144 Have A Good Time
145 Lean On Me
146 God Bless Our Love
147 Going Away
148 Precious Lord
149 Build Me Up
150 Talk To Me
151 God Is Standing By
152 Love Is Real
153 Too Much
154 23rd Psalm
155 How Great Thou Art
156 I'd Write A Letter
157 Up Above My Head
158 Tomorrow's Dream

Al Green Bio

Albert Greene (born April 13, 1946), better known as Al Green, is an American gospel and soul music singer who received great acclaim in the 1970s. At the 2008 BET Awards Green was the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award, for all the work he has done throughout his career.

Green was born in Forrest City, Arkansas. He was the sixth of ten children born to Robert and Cora Greene. The son of a sharecropper, he started performing at age ten in a Forrest City quartet called the Greene Brothers; he dropped the final "e" from his last name years later as a solo artist. They toured extensively in the mid-1950s in the South until the Greenes moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan, when they began to tour around Michigan. His father kicked him out of the group because he caught Green listening to Jackie Wilson.

Green formed a group called Al Greene & the Creations in high school. Curtis Rogers and Palmer James, two members of the Creations, formed an independent label called Hot Line Music Journal. In 1967, under the new name Al Greene & the Soul Mates, the band recorded "Back Up Train" and released it on Hot Line Music; the song was an R&B chart hit. The Soul Mates' subsequent singles did not sell as well. Al Greene's debut LP was released on Hot Line in 1967 called "Back Up Train". The album was upbeat and soulful but didn't do well in sales. This was the only album on the Hot Line label. Green came into contact with band leader Willie Mitchell of Memphis' Hi Records in 1969, when Mitchell hired him as a vocalist for a Texas show with Mitchell's band and then asked him to sign with the label.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_green