|1||All I Ever Wanted|
|3||The Hardest Word|
|4||The One And Only|
|5||You And Me Baby|
|6||We'll Never Pass This Way Again|
|8||Maybe It's Imaginary|
|11||The End Of A Perfect Day|
|12||My Way Home|
|14||What Do Pretty Girls Do?|
|15||Walking Down Madison|
|16||You Just Haven't Earned It Yet Baby|
|17||Complainte Pour Ste Catherine|
|18||Dancing In Limbo|
|20||Don't Come The Cowboy With Me Sonny Jim!|
|22||Children Of The Revolution|
|25||He Never Mentioned Love|
|26||La Foret De Mimosas|
Kirsty Anna MacColl (10 October 1959 – 18 December 2000) was an English singer-songwriter.
MacColl scored several pop hits from the early 1980s to the early 1990s. During this era, she often sang on recordings produced by her husband Steve Lillywhite, notably those of The Smiths and the song "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues.
MacColl was killed in a controversial boating incident in Mexico.
Kirsty MacColl was the daughter of folk singer Ewan MacColl and dancer Jean Newlove. She and her brother, Hamish MacColl, grew up with their mother in Croydon, where she attended Park Hill Primary School and Monks Hill High School, making appearances in school plays. At the time of MacColl's birth, her father had been in a relationship with folksinger, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Peggy Seeger since 1956 (a relationship that would continue until his death in 1989), and already had a son with her.