Cat Stevens Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Cat Stevens Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Father and Son
2 How Can I Tell You
3 I Want to Live in a Wigwam
4 Wild World
5 I Love Them All
6 Ruins
7 Kitty
8 King of Trees
9 Tea for the Tillerman
10 Father
11 Moonshadow
12 Lady D'Arbanville
13 The Boy With a Moon and Star on His Head
14 Life
15 Can't Keep It In
16 If I Laugh
17 Lady D'Arbanville (Live)
18 Here Comes My Baby
19 Tuesday's Dead
20 Oh Very Young
21 (Remember the Days of The) Old Schoolyard
22 Just Another Night
23 Morning Has Broken
24 I Wish, I Wish
25 Hard Headed Woman
26 Ready
27 Come on Baby (Shift That Log)
28 Indian Ocean
29 Bitterblue
30 Another Saturday Night
31 Angelsea
32 The Hurt
33 Jzero
34 Never
35 Where Do the Children Play?
36 Peace Train
37 100 I Dream
38 Granny
39 Home in the Sky
40 The First Cut Is the Deepest
41 Matthew & Son
42 Sad Lisa
43 If You Want To Sing Out, Sing
44 Where Are You
45 Banapple Gas
46 Here Comes My Wife
47 Drywood
48 18th Avenue - Kansas City Nightmare
49 Changes IV
50 I've Got a Thing About Seeing My Grandson Grow Old
51 Two Fine People
52 Last Love Song
53 Land O' Free Love & Goodbye
54 Trouble
55 Majik of Majiks
56 O Caritas
57 If Only Mother Could See Me Now
58 Come On And Dance
59 Monad's Anthem
60 Novim's Nightmare
61 Foreigner Suite
62 A Bad Penny
63 Sitting
64 But I Might Die Tonight
65 Old Schoolyard
66 Mona Bone Jakon
67 Smash Your Heart
68 Pop Star
69 Lady
70 Time
71 If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out
72 The View from the Top
73 (I Never Wanted) To Be a Star
74 Kypros
75 Remember The Days Of The Old School Yard
76 Portobello Road
77 Father & Son
78 Blackness of the Night
79 Bring Another Bottle
80 Bad Breaks
81 The Tramp
82 Ceylon City
83 Bad Brakes
84 Sun / C79
85 Katmandu
86 Back To The Good Old Times
87 When I Speak To The Flowers
88 Daytime
89 On the Road to Find Out
90 Love Lives in the Sky
91 Sweet Jamaica
92 Bad Penny
93 Home
94 Moon Shadow
95 Was Dog A Doughnut?
96 Cats In The Cradle
97 Image Of Hell
98 The Wind
99 To Be A Star
100 Baby, Get Your Head Screwed On
101 C79
102 I'm Gonna Be King
103 Freezing Steel
104 Peacetrain
105 Better Bring Another Bottle Baby
106 I've Got A Thing About Seeing My Grandson Grow Old - Previously Unreleased
107 Fill My Eyes
108 I'm So Sleepy
109 The Day They Make Me Tsar
110 I Think I See the Light
111 It's A Super (Dupa) Life
112 New York Times
113 Bad Penny (Live)
114 Honeyman
115 Randy
116 Silent Sunlight
117 Rubylove
118 I Don't Know
119 Lovely City (When Do You Laugh?)
120 Whistlestar
121 How Many Times
122 Don't Be Shy
123 Hummingbird
124 Cat's In The Cradle
125 Lilywhite
126 Moonstone
127 Ghost Town
128 Sweet Scarlet
129 The Joke
130 Later
131 On The Road To Findout
132 I Love My Dog
133 1001 Dream
134 Maybe You're Right
135 Northern Wind
136 Bonfire
137 But I Might Die Tonight - From Film Deep End
138 I See A Road
139 Maybe Your Right
140 Jesus
141 Into White
142 Foreigner Suite (Excerpt)
143 Child for a Day
144 Shift That Log
145 I've Found A Love
146 Can't Keep In
147 Longer Boats
148 18th Avenue
149 Crazy
150 Hard Headed Women
151 Nascimento
152 The Laughing Apple
153 Music
154 Miles from Nowhere
155 Land O'Freelove and Goodbye
156 Killin' Time
157 Sun/C79
158 The Artist
159 A Bad Night

Cat Stevens Bio

Yusuf Islam (born Steven Demetre Georgiou, 21 July 1948), best known by his former stage name Cat Stevens, is a British musician. He is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, educator, philanthropist, and prominent convert to Islam.

His albums Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat were both certified as Triple Platinum by the RIAA in the United States; his album Catch Bull at Four sold half a million copies in the first two weeks of release alone, and was Billboard's number-one LP for three consecutive weeks. He has also earned two ASCAP songwriting awards in consecutive years, for "The First Cut Is the Deepest", which has been a hit single for four different artists.

Stevens converted to Islam at the height of his fame in December, 1977, and adopted his Muslim name, Yusuf Islam, the following year. In 1979, he auctioned all his guitars away for charity and left his music career to devote himself to educational and philanthropic causes in the Muslim community. He has been given several awards for his work in promoting peace in the world, including 2003's World Award, the 2004 Man for Peace Award and the 2007 Mediterranean Prize for Peace. In 2006, he returned to pop music, with his first album of new pop songs in 28 years, entitled An Other Cup. He now goes by the single name Yusuf.

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