Chris De Burgh Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Chris De Burgh Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Lady In Red
2 This Is Love
3 There's a New Star Up In Heaven Tonight
4 Transmission Ends
5 When I Think of You
6 My Lover Is
7 Light A Fire
8 Crying And Laughing
9 Love's Got A Hold On Me
10 Sailor
11 High On Emotion
12 The Simple Truth (A child is born)
13 Sin City
14 Separate Tables
15 In A Country Churchyard (let Your Love Shine On)
16 For Rosanna
17 Always On My Mind
18 In Your Eyes
19 You Look Beautiful
20 Quiet Revolution
21 Brother John
22 Suddenly Love
23 Tender Hands
24 The Last Time I Cried
25 Ship to Shore
26 Carry Me (Like A Fire In Your Heart)
27 Perfect Day
28 Crusader
29 Every Drop Of Rain
30 Timing Is Everything
31 Where We Will Be Going
32 Nothing Ever Happens Round Here
33 I See You Everywhere
34 I'm Not Scared Anymore
35 A Woman's Heart
36 Blonde Hair, Blue Jeans
37 Borderline
38 Tonight
39 A Rainy Night In Paris
40 Tourist Attraction
41 Brazil
42 One More Mile To Go
43 Moonlight and Vodka
44 What You Mean to Me
45 Just In Time
46 She Means Everything To Me
47 If You Really Love Her, Let Her Go
48 Snow Is Falling
49 Shine On
50 Old-fashioned People
51 Love Is My Decision
52 New Moon
53 Taking It To The Top
54 I Will
55 A Spaceman Came Travelling
56 This Weight On Me
57 Forevermore
58 The Key
59 Up Here In Heaven
60 The Head And The Heart
61 The Sound of a Gun
62 Summer Rain
63 Here Is Your Paradise
64 A Celebration
65 Carry Me(like A Fire In Your Heart)
66 The Last Moments of the Dawn
67 The Ballroom of Romance
68 Satin Green Shutters
69 You Are The Reason
70 A New Star In Heaven Tonight
71 I'm Not Crying Over You
72 The Revolution
73 Kiss Me From A Distance
74 It's Me (and I'm Ready To Go)
75 Some Things Never Change
76 The Rivers of Abraham
77 Another Rainbow
78 In Love Forever
79 I Want It (And I Want It Now)
80 Carry On
81 Turning Round
82 The Record Company Bash
83 Every Step Of The Way
84 The Same Sun
85 Leather on My Shoes
86 The Road to Freedom
87 What About Me?
88 Quand Je Pense À Toi
89 Save Me
90 Have A Care
91 Just Another Poor Boy
92 La Dama De Ayer
93 Carry On (reprise)
94 Songbird
95 Riding On A Rainbow
96 The Footsteps 2 Theme
97 The Son And The Father
98 Sailing Away
99 Rose of England
100 Read My Name
101 Missing You
102 Moonfleet Bay
103 Liberty
104 I Had The Love In My Eyes
105 While You See A Chance
106 Saint Peter's Gate
107 In A Country Churchyard
108 The Tower
109 Here for You
110 Man On The Line
111 Love And Time
112 By My Side
113 My Heart's Surrender
114 It's Such A Long Way Home
115 Let It Be
116 Wall Of Silence
117 Hold On
118 The Lady In Red
119 Discovery
120 Say Goodbye to It All
121 One Life, One Love
122 Living In The World
123 The Living Years
124 Goodnight
125 Love & Time
126 This Silent World
127 The Journey
128 Much More Than This
129 Diamond In The Dark
130 People Of The World
131 Pure Joy
132 Living On The Island
133 Blue Bayou
134 Lonesome Cowboy
135 Day After Day
136 This Song For You
137 The Risen Lord
138 Bal Masque
139 Sight and Touch
140 Even Now
141 Don't Pay the Ferryman
142 The Snows Of New York (co-written With Albert Hammond)
143 The Days Of Our Age
144 Quiet Moments
145 S.O.S.
146 So Beautiful
147 She Must Have Known
148 This Waiting Heart
149 Lebanese Night
150 Do What You Do
151 The Escape
152 Love Of The Heart Divine
153 Something Else Again
154 Seven Bridges
155 Strangers On A Train
156 The Grace Of A Dancer
157 Fatal Hesitation
158 The Ecstasy Of Flight (I Love The Night)
159 Guilty Secret
160 Broken Wings
161 The Light On The Bay
162 Le Coeur D'Une Femme
163 The Devil's Eye
164 Lady Madonna
165 Talk To Me
166 The Mirror Of The Soul
167 Fire On the Water
168 The Snows of New York
169 Round And Around
170 And So It Was...
171 Heart Of Darkness
172 The Moonfleet Finale
173 The Girl With April In Her Eyes
174 Time In A Bottle
175 That's What Friends Are For
176 Turning
177 The Words I Love You
178 When I See You Tonight
179 If Beds Could Talk
180 For Two Days And Nights...
181 The Moonfleet Overture
182 Making The Perfect Man
183 You And Me
184 Already There
185 The Connemara Coast
186 Watching The World
187 Two Sides To Every Story
188 Last Night
189 In The Years That Followed...
190 I'm Counting On You
191 Lonely Sky
192 The Nightingale
193 Eastern Wind
194 In The Ghetto
195 The Getaway
196 Windy Night
197 Where Peaceful Waters Flow
198 One Word (Straight To The Heart)
199 The Best That Love Can Be
200 The Village Of Moonfleet...
201 I'm Going Home
202 Patricia The Stripper
203 The Secret Of The Locket
204 Natasha Dance
205 Flying Home
206 Long Train Running
207 A Night On The River
208 There's Room In This Heart Tonight
209 All The Love I Have Inside
210 Girl
211 With Heavy Heart...
212 The Storm
213 On A Christmas Night
214 The Painter
215 Don't Look Back
216 The Leader
217 One Word
218 Everywhere I Go
219 Spanish Train
220 The Traveller
221 Treasure And Betrayal
222 Oh My Brave Hearts
223 Shadows And Lights
224 Catch The Wind
225 The Spirit Of Man
226 In Dreams
227 Go Where Your Heart Believes
228 Waiting For The Hurricane
229 Why Mona Lisa Smiled
230 Old Friend
231 Moonshadow
232 Just A Word Away
233 The Vision
234 Five Past Dreams
235 Greater Love

Chris De Burgh Bio

Chris de Burgh (born Christopher John Davison on 15 October 1948) is an Argentinian-born British singer-songwriter, perhaps most famous for his 1986 love song "The Lady in Red". He does, however, write in a wide variety of genres, and is a trained instrumentalist.

Chris de Burgh was born in Venado Tuerto, in the Santa Fe Province of Argentina to Colonel Charles Davison, a British diplomat, and Maeve Emily de Burgh, an Irish secretary. His father had substantial farming interests, and he spent much of his early years in Malta, Nigeria and Zaire, as he, his mother and brother accompanied Colonel Davison on his diplomatic and engineering work.

The Davisons finally settled in Bargy Castle, County Wexford, a twelfth-century castle in Ireland bought by his maternal grandfather, General Sir Eric de Burgh, (KCB, DSO, OBE) a former Chief of the General staff, Indian Army, and from a distinguished Irish/Norman family. The de Burgh family claim to have traced their roots to Hubert de Burgh, a noble under King John. The castle was converted into a hotel where Chris gained a lot of early experience performing to the guests and he later assumed de Burgh as his stage name.