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Chris Rea Lyrics

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Chris Rea Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Boom Boom
2 The Road To Hell (part 1)
3 Ace Of Hearts
4 Jordan 191
5 There She Goes
6 Your Warm and Tender Love
7 Every Time I See You Smile
8 The Blue Cafe
9 Set Me Free
10 On the Beach
11 Only with you
12 Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
13 Julia
14 Sing A Song Of Love To Me
15 Teach Me To Dance
16 Ruby Blue
17 The Mention Of Your Name
18 Looking For A Rainbow
19 Yes I Do
20 Bless Them All
21 Auberge
22 You Must Be Evil
23 Gone Fishing
24 Firefly
25 Out Of The Darkness
26 Dancing Shoes
27 Black Dog
28 Shine, Shine, Shine
29 I Can Hear Your Heartbeat (1988)
30 Diamonds
31 Josephine
32 Windy Town
33 Do It For Your Love
34 Midnight Blue
35 Espresso Logic
36 Sweet Kiss
37 New Way
38 Goodbye Little Columbus
39 Stone
40 Curse Of The Traveller
41 If You Were Me (duet With Elton John)
42 Whatever Happened To Benny Santini?
43 Guitar Street
44 Auf Immer Und Ewig
45 Johnny Needs a Fast Car
46 And You My Love
47 Gonna Buy A Hat
48 Deep Water
49 I Just Wanna Be With You
50 I can't dance to that
51 The Things Lovers Should Do
52 I Don't Care Anymore
53 The Van Stomp/glasgow Horizon
54 Soup of the Day
55 Touche D'amour
56 Let's Dance
57 Girl In A Sports Car
58 Just Passing Through
59 Summer Love
60 Money
61 Damielle's Breakfast
62 I'm Taking The Day Out
63 Red Shoes
64 Think Like a Woman
65 Se Sequi
66 True To You
67 Loving You Again
68 Keep On Dancing
69 Little Blonde Plaits
70 90's Blues
71 Lose My Heart in You
72 For Ever And Ever
73 Dance! (Don't Think)
74 Bows And Bangles
75 I Saw You Coming
76 You Got Lucky
77 She Gave It Away
78 As Long As I Have Your Love
79 Twisted Wheel
80 Que Sera
81 Waiting For A Blue Sky
82 Lucky Day
83 I Will Go On
84 Friends Across The Water
85 Danielle's Breakfast
86 Dancing With Charlie
87 I Thought I Was Going To Lose You
88 Rock and Roll Tonight
89 She's Gonna Change Everything
90 Hello Friend
91 E
92 We Don't Have Problem
93 September Blue (1987)
94 New Times Square
95 Cenotaph/Letter from Amsterdam
96 Good News
97 Deltics
98 Fires Of Spring
99 Texas
100 Last Open Road
101 Winning
102 That girl of mine
103 You Must Follow
104 Two Roads
105 I Ain't The Fool
106 Gods Great Banana Skin
107 No Work Today
108 Fool (If You Think It's Over)
109 You're Not A Number
110 The Road to Hell, Pt. 2
111 Sierra, Sierra
112 It's All Gone
113 Good Morning
114 Winter Song
115 Who Do You Love
116 Daytona
117 I'm Ready
118 Anyone Quite Like You
119 Don't Want Your Best Friend
120 Just One Of Those Days
121 Just Want To Be With You
122 I Can Hear Your Heartbeat
123 Six Up
124 One Golden Rule
125 Evil No. 2
126 Wired To The Moon
127 God Gave Me An Angel
128 Nothing To Fear
129 Catfish Girl
130 Since I Don't See You Anymore
131 Driving Home
132 Standing In Your Doorway
133 Love Turns To Lies
134 Do You Still Dream?
135 Sweet Summer Day
136 Smile
137 Shamrock Diaries
138 Coming Off The Ropes
139 Working On It
140 Easy Rider
141 Tell Me There's a Heaven
142 Soft Top, Hard Shoulder
143 Dancing The Blues Away
144 Stick It
145 Driving Home For Christmas
146 The Closer You Get
147 Melancholy
148 Every beat of my heart
149 You My Love, And
150 Stainsby Girls
151 Steel River
152 Shirley Do You Own A Ferrari?
153 God's Great Banana Skin
154 Sandwriting
155 Texas (1989)
156 Give That Girl A Diamond
157 Footprints In The Snow
158 Three Angels
159 Funk 48
160 Only To Fly
161 You Can Go Your Own Way
162 The Bones Of Angels
163 That's What They Always Say
164 Too Much Pride
165 Got To Be Moving
166 Tennis
167 Footsteps In The Snow
168 No Qualifications
169 Piano Break
170 Stop
171 Donahue's Broken Wheel
172 Still Beautiful
173 When The Grey Skies Turn To Blue
174 1975
175 Heading For The City
176 Candles
177 From Love To Love
178 Road To Hell II
179 One Fine Day
180 If You Choose To Go
181 Qualified
182 That's The Way It Goes
183 The Memory Of A Good Friend
184 Tamatave
185 The Road To Hell (part 2)
186 All Summer Long
187 Le Mans
188 He Should Know Better
189 Never Tie Me Down
190 Raincoat And A Rose
191 Ride On
192 Theme From The Pantile Journals
193 King Of The Beach
194 Crack That Mould
195 Miles Is a Cigarette
196 Joy Of Christmas
197 And When She Smiles
198 Segway
199 Hey you
200 Hired Gun
201 Every Second Counts
202 The Last Open Road
203 Reasons
204 Loving You
205 So Lonely
206 Sail Away
207 Freeway
208 Red
209 September Blue
210 Bombollini
211 Someday My Peace Will Come
212 Let It Loose
213 Holding Out
214 Electric Guitar
215 One Sweet Tender Touch
216 Stony Road
217 Sun Is Rising
218 Josie's Tune
219 'Disco' La Passione
220 Giverny
221 She Closed Her Eyes
222 Dancing My Blues Away
223 Dancing girls
224 Cenotaph / Letter From Amsterdam
225 Stick By You
226 Love's strange ways
227 I Don't Know What It Is But I Love It
228 Heaven
229 The Way She Moves
230 Seabird
231 Runaway
232 The Road to Hell
233 Three Little Green Candles
234 Joys Of Christmas
235 If You Were Me
236 Light Of Hope
237 The Chance of Love
238 Distant Summers
239 Chisel Hill
240 Where Do We Go From Here?
241 Nothing's Happening By The Sea
242 If Anybody Asks You
243 Looking for the Summer
244 Dance with Me All Night Long
245 September Blue (1985)
246 When You Know Your Love Has Died

Chris Rea Bio

Christopher Anton Rea (born 4 March 1951) is a singer-songwriter from Middlesbrough, England, recognisable for his distinctive, husky voice and slide guitar playing. Rea has sold over 30 million albums worldwide.

Rea first picked up the guitar relatively late, at the age of 22. He had not played the local music scene around Middlesbrough much, and had no real history of playing with any local bands. However, under the guidance of local club owner, and promoter John B. McCoy he managed to gain a record deal with Magnet Records. Whatever Happened to Benny Santini? was Rea's debut album, released in 1978 (see 1978 in music). The first single lifted from the album, "Fool (If You Think It's Over)", is his biggest hit in the United States, peaking at number twelve on the Billboard Hot 100 and reaching number one on the Adult Contemporary Singles chart. "Fool (if You Think It's Over)" was nominated for a Song of the Year Grammy, losing out to Billy Joel's "Just the Way You Are". Unlike most of Rea's other singles, "Fool..." failed to appear on the UK Singles Chart on its first release and only reached #30 when re-released in late 1978 to capitalise on its US achievement. UK singer Elkie Brooks enjoyed greater success with "Fool.." in 1981 when she charted a single at #17. It was also the first record played by Radio Caroline, after a long period off the air. A cover of "Fool..." by Kenny Craddock was used as the theme for BBC sitcom Joking Apart.

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