All About Eve Lyrics

Genre: Rock

All About Eve Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Touched By Jesus
2 All Of Our Faces
3 Dream Butcher
4 I Don't Know
5 No Eden
6 Farewell Mr. Sorrow
7 The Dreamer
8 Silver Song (simonds)
9 Dream Now
10 Gypsy Dance
11 Martha's Harbor
12 Never Promise (Anyone Forever)
13 See Emily Play (pink Floyd)
14 Frida Of Blood And Gold
15 More Than The Blues
16 Pieces Of Our Heart
17 Devil Woman (britten)
18 Outshine The Sun
19 Dive In
20 Our Summer
21 Paradise
22 Blind Lemon Sam
23 Strange Way
24 The Pearl Fisherman
25 Wild Hearted Woman
26 Elizabeth Of Glass
27 Road To Your Soul
28 Apple Tree Man
29 Love Her For That
30 End Of The Day
31 Say We'll Never (heaven)
32 Scarlet
33 Gold and Silver
34 The Mystery We Are
35 Every Angel
36 All The Rings 'round Saturn
37 Forever
38 Hard Spaniard
39 Flowers In Our Hair
40 Angel
41 Set Sail
42 Wishing The Hours Away
43 Another Door
44 It's All Too Much (lennon / Mccartney)
45 Only One Reason
46 Blindfolded Visionary
47 In The Clouds
48 Ascent Descent
49 Let Me Entertain You
50 Suppertime
51 In The Meadow
52 Calling Your Name
53 Light As A Feather
54 Theft
55 The Empty Dancehall
56 Freeze
57 Lady Moonlight
58 Candy Tree
59 Love Leads Nowhere
60 The Garden Of Jane Delawney (bias Boshell)
61 The Pearl Fishermen
62 Like Emily
63 December
64 Moodswing
65 The Witch's Promise (ian Anderson)
66 Tuesday's Child
67 Infrared
68 More Than This Hour
69 Understand
70 Are You Lonely
71 Mine
72 Martha's Harbour
73 D For Desire
74 Where Will You Find It
75 Different Sky
76 Nothing Without You
77 White Horses
78 Hide Child
79 Phased
80 Shelter From The Rain
81 Wild Flowers
82 Ravens
83 Some Finer Day
84 She Moves Through The Fair
85 Don't Follow Me (march Hare)
86 Our Summer (incomplete)
87 Will I Start To Bleed
88 Rhythm Of Life
89 Things He Told Her
90 She Moves Through The Fair (version)
91 Drawn To Earth
92 Will You Surrender
93 Share It With Me
94 Yesterday Goodbye
95 What Kind Of Fool
96 Drowning
97 Road To Damascus

All About Eve Bio

All About Eve are a British rock/pop band. The creative core consists of Coventry-born Julianne Regan (vocals) and Andy Cousin (bass guitar), with other members changing over the years.

Julianne Regan, a former journalist, played bass in an early line-up of Gothic rock group Gene Loves Jezebel before leaving to join All About Eve, previously known as the Swarm. The initial core of All About Eve was Regan, guitarist Tim Bricheno, and bassist Andy Cousin from Aemotti Crii. As a three-piece (plus a drum machine), they released a series of independent singles in the mid 1980s including "D for Desire", "In the Clouds" and "Flowers In Our Hair". After Regan sang backing vocals for The Mission's God's Own Medicine album, the band received greater attention and were signed to Phonogram. Drummer Mark Price was added around this time.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_About_Eve_(band)