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Dan Hill Lyrics

Genre: Pop

Dan Hill Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I Dream I Saw Your Face Last Night
2 You Make Me Want To Be
3 Canada
4 14 Today
5 Mccarthy's Day
6 Hold On
7 Growing Up
8 Questions Marks In Time
9 Never Thought
10 Sometimes When We Touch
11 In Your Eyes
12 Can't We Try
13 Sometimes When We Touch (Original Version)
14 If You Should Leave Me Now
15 I Fall All Over Again
16 Sour Whiskey
17 I'm Doing Fine
18 I Wanna Be With You
19 Memories
20 I Wanna Make Love to You
21 Maybe This Time
22 Conscience
23 Wrapped Around Your Finger
24 Question Marks In Time
25 All I See Is Your Face
26 Proposal
27 Nobody's Right
28 Seed of Music
29 In the Name of Love
30 Sometimes Love Is Not Enough
31 I Love You Now
32 Let The Song Last Forever
33 Crazy
34 Frozen In the Night
35 Welcome
36 Jean
37 No One Taught Me How to Lie
38 You Are All I See
39 (Why Did You Have to Go And) Pick On Me
40 You Say You're Free
41 Southern California
42 Friends
43 All Alone in California
44 Still Not Used To
45 When the Hurt Comes
46 Memories (revisited)
47 Miss You Still
48 Dark Side of Atlanta
49 Indian Woman
50 Caroline
51 She Is My Lady
52 Ex Factor
53 Is It Really Love
54 Till the Day I Die
55 City Madness
56 The Night We Met
57 Longer Fuse
58 Sorry
59 Your Only Friend
60 Dance of Love
61 Fountain
62 I've Been Alone
63 Love Of My Life
64 Am I Fooling Myself
65 Phonecall
66 Hold Me Now
67 Flirting WIth a Heartache
68 Looking Back
69 Carmelia
70 Unborn Heart
71 Don't Give Up On Us
72 Rain
73 Fourteen Today
74 Never Thought (That I Could Love)
75 Through It All
76 People
77 Every Time We Say Goodbye
78 Healing Power Of Love
79 Can't We Try (Vonda Shepard)
80 Losing You

Dan Hill Bio

Daniel Grafton "Dan" Hill IV (born 3 June 1954, Toronto) is a Canadian pop singer and songwriter. He had two major hits with his songs, "Sometimes When We Touch" and "Can't We Try," a duet with Vonda Shepard.

Hill is the son of social scientist and public servant Daniel G. Hill, and brother of the author Lawrence Hill. He studied guitar in his teens, leaving high school at 17 to work as songwriter for RCA. At one point he was working for the Ontario Provincial Government, delivering office supplies, while performing at the Riverboat at night. In 1975, he released his first album, Dan Hill, which produced a Canadian hit single, "You Make Me Want To Be."

In 1977 Hill recorded the ballad "Sometimes When We Touch." He also wrote the lyrics and was assisted in the music by Barry Mann for the album from the same year, Longer Fuse, and it was released as a single. It was Hill's biggest hit, peaking at #3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and leading to Hill's appearances on The Merv Griffin Show and The Mike Douglas Show. Tina Turner covered the song in 1978 on her post-Ike album, Rough.

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