Dan Fogelberg Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Dan Fogelberg Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Power of Gold
2 Same Old Lang Syne
3 Next Time
4 A Love Like This
5 Once Upon a Time
6 Let Her Go
7 Rhythm of the Rain
8 A Voice For Peace
9 More Than Ever
10 A Growing Time
11 Diamonds To Dust
12 The Long Way
13 Leader of the Band
14 The Way It Must Be
15 Long Way Home (Live In The Country)
16 Twins Theme
17 Song Of The Sea
18 All There Is
19 A Cry In The Forest
20 Nether Lands
21 Sometimes A Song
22 The Reach
23 Our Last Farewell
24 Gypsy Wind
25 The Minstrel
26 Mountain Pass
27 Souvenirs
28 There's a Place in the World for a Gambler
29 Along the Road
30 Tucson, Arizona (Gazette)
31 Be on Your Way
32 In the Passage
33 Bones In The Sky
34 Ever On (a Traveling Prayer)
35 Heart Hotels
36 As the Raven Flies
37 Lost in the Sun
38 Soft Voice
39 Dancing Shoes
40 Longer
41 Nexus
42 So Many Changes
43 Changing Horses
44 Come To The Harbor
45 The Last to Know
46 Comes and Goes
47 Run for the Roses
48 High Country Snows
49 The Spirit Trail
50 Part of the Plan
51 (Someone's Been) Telling You Stories
52 Old Tennessee
53 Believe in Me
54 The Lion's Share
55 The Higher You Climb
56 Faces Of America
57 Missing You
58 Scarecrow's Dream
59 It Doesn't Matter
60 Wandering Shepherd
61 Sketches
62 Empty Cages
63 Aurora Nova
64 Since You've Asked
65 Hard to Say
66 She Don't Look Back
67 Hickory Grove
68 Ever On
69 What Child Is This?
70 Love In Time
71 Sunlight
72 What You're Doing
73 Forefathers
74 Looking for a Lady
75 Language of Love
76 Better Change
77 Aspen
78 Down the Road
79 Lovers In A Dangerous Time
80 False Faces
81 We Three Kings
82 Phoenix
83 Captured Angel
84 Only the Heart May Know
85 Go Down Easy
86 Stars
87 Give Me Some Time
88 Since You Asked
89 Illinois
90 The River
91 Lessons Learned
92 Hearts And Crafts
93 Tullamore Dew
94 Morning Sky
95 Crow
96 To the Morning
97 The Colors Of Eve
98 Loose Ends
99 Song For A Carpenter
100 Wishing On the Moon
101 Stolen Moments
102 Shallow Rivers
103 The Wild Places
104 Wysteria
105 Love Gone By
106 Whispers In The Wind
107 Song from Half Mountain
108 The Innocent Age
109 Sutter's Mill
110 Nature Of The Game
111 Aspen / These Days
112 The Last Nail
113 Gone Too Far
114 Intimidation
115 Aspen/These Days
116 Exiles
117 The Outlaw
118 Make Love Stay
119 Days To Come
120 Promises Made
121 Statesboro Blues
122 Hearts in Decline
123 The Sand and the Foam
124 Think of What You've Done
125 Sweet Magnolia (and the Travelling Salesman)
126 Birds
127 Drawing Pictures
128 Higher Ground
129 Aireshire Lament
130 Times Like These
131 The Language of Love
132 Over And Over
133 Long Way Home
134 Man in the Mirror/ Below the Surface
135 Holy Road
136 Lonely in Love
137 Anastasia's Eyes
138 Wolf Creek
139 The Loving Cup
140 Road Beneath My Wheels
141 Beyond The Edge
142 Magic Every Moment
143 Ghosts
144 Anyway I Love You
145 Earth Anthem
146 Beggar's Game
147 River Of Souls
148 Seeing You Again
149 Blind To The Truth
150 Windows and Walls
151 Tell Me To My Face
152 Stars (Album Version)
153 Face the Fire
154 Serengeti Moon

Dan Fogelberg Bio

Daniel Grayling Fogelberg (August 13, 1951, Peoria, Illinois – December 16, 2007, Deer Isle, Maine) was an American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, whose music was inspired by sources as diverse as folk, pop, classical, jazz, and bluegrass music.

Dan Fogelberg, the youngest of three sons, was born in Peoria, Illinois, the son of Margaret (née Irvine), a classically trained pianist, and Lawrence Peter Fogelberg, a high school band director, who spent most of his career at Peoria Woodruff High School and Pekin High School. Dan Fogelberg's mother was a Scottish immigrant, and his father was of Swedish descent. His father would later be the inspiration for the song "Leader of the Band." Using a Mel Bay course book, Dan taught himself to play a Hawaiian slide guitar that his grandfather gave to him; he also learned to play the piano. He started his music career at age 14 when he joined his first band, The Clan, which paid homage to The Beatles. His second band was another cover combo, The Coachmen, who in 1967 released two singles, written by Fogelberg, on Ledger Records: "Maybe Time Will Let Me Forget" and "Don't Want To Lose Her."

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