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Lightfoot Gordon Lyrics

Genre: Folk

Lightfoot Gordon Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Fine As Fine Can Be
2 Oh, Linda
3 Ghosts Of Cape Horn
4 Sundown
5 Mister Rock Of Ages
6 14 Karat Gold
7 Did She Mention My Name?
8 Ring Them Bells
9 Whisper My Name
10 If You Could Read My Mind
11 Looking At The Rain
12 Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald
13 I Want To Hear It From You
14 Hey You
15 Someone To Believe In
16 Cold Hands From New York
17 Now And Then
18 Sea Of Tranquility
19 Crossroads
20 Long Way Back Home
21 Baby Step Back
22 The Circle Is Small
23 For Lovin' Me
24 Knotty Pine
25 The Watchman's Gone
26 Cold On The Shoulder
27 Restless
28 Endless Wire
29 Rich Man's Spiritual
30 Bitter Green
31 Never Too Close
32 The Last Time I Saw Her
33 A Minor Ballad
34 Hangdog Hotel Room
35 Sixteen Miles
36 Tattoo
37 Protocol
38 Wherefore And Why
39 Canadian Railroad Trilogy
40 Of The High Seas
41 Waiting For You
42 If Children Had Wings
43 Steel Rail Blues
44 Don't Beat Me Down
45 Whispers Of The North
46 Rainbow Trout
47 Race Among The Ruins
48 Alberta Bound
49 Rosanna
50 Welcome To Try
51 If There's A Reason
52 The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
53 If I Could
54 Without You
55 Rainy Day People
56 Spanish Moss
57 Beautiful
58 Wild Strawberries
59 Sometimes I Don't Mind
60 The Way I Feel
61 Long Thin Dawn
62 Slide On Over
63 Summertime Dream
64 Brave Mountaineers
65 Go-Go Round
66 A Lesson In Love
67 Songs The Minstrel Sang
68 All I'm After
69 The Soul Is The Rock
70 The House You Live In
71 Christian Island (Georgian Bay)
72 Home From The Forest
73 Anything For Love
74 Sweet Guinevere
75 Railroad Trilogy
76 Marie Christine
77 Black Day In July
78 Too Many Clues In This Room
79 Don Quixote
80 If You Got It
81 A Passing Ship
82 Changes
83 Shadows
84 Blackberry Wine
85 Boss Man
86 Carefree Highway
87 I'll Be Alright
88 East Of Midnight
89 Early Mornin' Rain
90 The Gypsy
91 Heaven Help The Devil
92 Circle Of Steel
93 On Susan's Floor
94 Softly
95 Ecstasy Made Easy
96 Unsettled Ways
97 I'll Do Anything
98 Does Your Mother Know
99 High And Dry
100 Ordinary Man
101 Song For A Winter's Night
102 I'll Tag Along
103 I'm Not Sayin'
104 Biscuit City
105 All The Lovely Ladies
106 In My Fashion
107 Is There Anyone Home
108 Second Cup Of Coffee
109 Walls
110 Let It Ride
111 Long River
112 Broken Dreams
113 A Tree Too Weak To Stand
114 She's Not The Same
115 Magnificent Outpouring
116 Seven Island Suite
117 Dream Street Rose
118 Drink Yer Glasses Empty
119 Morning Glory
120 Stay Loose
121 Gotta Get Away
122 Bells Of The Evening
123 Thank You For The Promises
124 May I
125 Somewhere, Usa
126 Fading Away
127 You Just Gotta Be
128 Peaceful Waters
129 Bend In The Water
130 Triangle
131 Mountains In Marian
132 The List
133 I'd Rather Press On
134 Daylight Katy
135 Pride Of Man
136 Romance
137 Cherokee Bend
138 I'd Do It Again
139 Pussywillows, Cattails
140 If You Need Me
141 I'll Prove My Love
142 Dreamland
143 Ribbon Of Darkness
144 Affair On 8th Avenue
145 Salute (A Lot More Livin' To Do)
146 I'm Not Supposed To Care
147 Something Very Special
148 Too Late For Prayin'
149 Make Way For The Lady
150 Only Love Would Know

Lightfoot Gordon Bio

Gordon Meredith Lightfoot, Jr. CC OOnt (born November 17, 1938) is a Canadian singer-songwriter who achieved international success in folk, folk-rock, and country music, and has been credited for helping define the folk-pop sound of the 1960s and 1970s. He has been referred to as Canada's greatest songwriter and internationally as a folk-rock legend.

Lightfoot's songs, including "For Lovin' Me", "Early Morning Rain", "Steel Rail Blues", "Ribbon of Darkness"—a number one hit on the U.S. country chart with Marty Robbins's cover in 1965— and the 1967 Detroit riot-generated "Black Day in July", brought him international recognition in the 1960s. He experienced chart success in Canada with his own recordings, beginning in 1962 with the No. 3 hit "(Remember Me) I'm the One". Lightfoot's recordings then made an impact on the international music charts as well in the 1970s, with songs such as "If You Could Read My Mind" (1970) (No. 5 on the US chart), "Sundown" (1974), "Carefree Highway" (1974), "Rainy Day People" (1975), all reaching No. 1, and "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" (1976) (No. 2).

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Lightfoot