Beverley Knight Lyrics

Genre: R&B

Beverley Knight Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Keep This Fire Burning
2 Shoulda Woulda Coulda
3 Get Up!
4 Damn
5 Greatest Day
6 Hurricane Jane
7 Shape Of You
8 Come As You Are
9 Beautiful Contradiction
10 Fallen Soldier
11 Money Back
12 Gold
13 Fairplay
14 Who I Am
15 Same (As I Ever Was)
16 Breakout
17 Tomorrow
18 Southern Freeez
19 Affirmation
20 Bare
21 Remedy
22 Mama Used To Say
23 There's Nothing Like This
24 Square Peg
25 Strong Hand
26 Say I'm Your Number One
27 Middle of Love
28 Whatever's Clever
29 Gold Chain
30 Down For The One
31 When You Gonna Learn
32 When I See You Again
33 Please Mommy Please
34 Painted Pony
35 Not Too Late For Love
36 Till I See Ya
37 Apparently Nothing
38 Private Number
39 A Love We'll Never Know
40 Good Morning World
41 Don't Be A Fool
42 All Things Must Change
43 Force Of Nature
44 A.W.O.L.
45 Always And Forever
46 I Can’t Stand the Rain
47 After You
48 Piece Of My Heart
49 Flavour Of The Old School
50 Round And Around
51 Red Flag
52 Every Step
53 Goodbye Innocence
54 Cuddly Toy
55 Don’t Play That Song for Me
56 Ambition (It All Comes 2 U)
57 Turned To Stone
58 The Need Of You
59 Salvador
60 One More Try
61 Still Here
62 100%
63 No One Ever Loves In Vain
64 Remember Me
65 Sitting on the Edge
66 Bestseller Mystery
67 Too Much Heaven
68 Promise You Forever
69 Supasonic
70 Under The Same Sun
71 Hound Dog (feat. Jools Holland)
72 That's Alright
73 Straight Jacket
74 Tea & Sympathy
75 I Won’t Be Looking Back
76 Beautiful Night
77 Mutual Feeling
78 Below My Radar
79 First Time
80 Hold On I’m Coming (with Sam Moore)
81 Soul Survivor
82 Angels
83 Sista Sista
84 In Time
85 In Your Shoes
86 Send Me, Move Me, Love Me

Beverley Knight Bio

Beverley Knight MBE (born Beverley Anne Smith on 22 March 1973) is a British recording artist, radio presenter and musical theatre actress who released her debut album, The B-Funk in 1995. Heavily influenced by American soul music icons such as Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin, Knight has released seven studio albums to date. Widely labelled as one of Britain's greatest soul singers, Knight is best known for her hit singles "Greatest Day", "Get Up!", "Shoulda Woulda Coulda" and "Come as You Are".

In 2006 Knight solidified her transmission into the mainstream by starring in the BBC music TV series, Just the Two of Us, a role she reprised in 2007. After releasing a platinum-selling compilation album in 2006, Knight went on to tour the UK with a reformed Take That. She has also hosted four series of the BBC Radio 2 show Beverley's Gospel Nights, which explores the origins and impact of gospel music. To date the show has run for four seasons and has featured interviews with stars such as Michelle Williams and Shirley Caesar.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beverley_Knight