Nana Mouskouri Lyrics

Genre: Jazz

Nana Mouskouri Albums

Nana Mouskouri Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Your Love My Love
2 Yesterday
3 Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
4 Caruso
5 I Don't Know Why
6 The Wind Beneath My Wings
7 Who Knows Where The Time Goes
8 Angelitos Negros
9 Missing
10 Alfonsina Y El Mar
11 Chiquitita (Dis-Moi Pourquoi)
12 Ojitos Latinos
13 Over the Rainbow
14 Love Me or Leave Me
15 Gracias a la Vida
16 My Rainbow Race
17 Moondance
18 Little Girl Blue
19 Every Time We Say Goodbye
20 Even Now
21 Bill
22 Day Is Done (Mon Enfant)
23 Time After Time
24 Are You Sure
25 Follow Me
26 The Way We Were
27 If Love Was That Way
28 Brave Marin
29 Sweet Surrender
30 Belle Doette
31 The Guests
32 The Summer Knows
33 My Way
34 Con Te Partiro
35 Turn On the Sun
36 High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)
37 High Noon
38 My Own True Love
39 The Long And Winding Road
40 The Power of Love
41 Love Changes Everything
42 Lover Man
43 Seeing Is Believing
44 Siboney
45 Till There Was You
46 Time in a Bottle
47 I'll Remember You
48 Roses Love Sunshine
49 The Lonely Shepherd
50 Solitaire
51 Blues In The Night
52 Dos Cruces
53 Le Temps Qu'Il Nous Reste
54 Dignity
55 All Over The World
56 Komm
57 Without A Song
58 Only You
59 Je Reviens Chez Nous
60 Song For You
61 Toi Qui T'En Vas
62 And I Love You
63 Cucurucucu Paloma
64 Vive La Rose
65 Je Crois En Nous
66 That's My Desire
67 Piensa En Mi
68 Song for a Winter's Night
69 Down by the Greenwood Side
70 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
71 La Moitie De Mon Roman
72 No Moon at All
73 Madreselva
74 Les Mauvais Souvenirs
75 All Through The Night
76 Droom Droom
77 These Things I Offer You
78 Ave Maria No Morro
79 Chèvrefeuille Que Tu Es Loin
80 Both Sides Now
81 Hark the Herald Angels Sing
82 Tomorrow Is a Long Time
83 Habanera (De L'Op�ra 'Carmen')
84 Daydreams
85 I Have a Dream (Toi Qui Moi Ressembles)
86 La Barca
87 Slow Train
88 The Touch of Your Lips
89 Over And Over
90 Canta Canta A Mi Gente
91 Vincent
92 A Day in the Life of a Fool
93 The Three Bells
94 Barbara Furtuna
95 Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
96 La Andaluza
97 I Don't Want To Say Goodbye
98 Voici Le Mois De May
99 And I Love You So
100 Addio
101 In My Life
102 Love Is a Rose
103 Le Temps Des Cerises
104 How Do You Keep the Music Playing?
105 Smile
106 Autumn Leaves
107 Me Voy Pa'l Pueblo
108 Toute La Nuit
109 The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
110 Seasons in the Sun (Le Moribond)
111 Open The Door (Song For Judy)
112 Why Worry?
113 Comme Un Pont Sur L'Eau Trouble
114 My Friend the Sea
115 Just A Ribbon
116 On My Way to Town
117 Una Furtiva Lagrima
118 What Now My Love
119 Amazing Grace
120 No Me Quieras Tanto
121 La Petite Rose
122 Falling in Love Again
123 The Wild Mountain Thyme
124 Souvenir
125 Every Grain of Sand
126 Enas Mythos
127 Laura
128 Try to Remember
129 Cuando Sale La Luna
130 Il N'Est Jamais Trop Tard Pour Vivre
131 The Loving Song
132 Till All the Rivers Run Dry
133 Quand Tu Chantes
134 The Last Rose Of Summer
135 The Rose
136 Credo-Misa Campesina
137 Les Parapluies De Cherbourg
138 Le Ciel Est Noir
139 The Lily of the West
140 Tourne La Chance
141 Morning Has Broken
142 The White Rose of Athens
143 Guantanamera
144 Tous Les Arbres Sont En Fleurs
145 The Windmills of Your Mind
146 Mamma
147 Photographs
148 Gaviota Herida
149 Our Love Is Here to Stay
150 For All We Know
151 Nights in White Satin
152 Beauty and the Beast
153 Pauvre Rutebeuf
154 Scarborough Fair/Canticle
155 Balm In Gilead
156 The Queen Of Hearts
157 When I Fall In Love
158 White Christmas
159 Celui Que J'Aime
160 Four And Twenty Hours
161 Ave Maria (Gounod)
162 Bridge over Troubled Water
163 One For My Baby
164 Forgive and Forget
165 Yolanda
166 The Last Thing on My Mind
167 Chanter La Vie
168 This Love Of Mine

Nana Mouskouri Bio

Nana Mouskouri, born I?ánna Moúschouri on October 13, 1934, in Chania, Crete, Greece, is a Greek singer. She was known as "Nána" to her friends and family as a child. (In Greek her surname is pronounced with the stress on the first syllable – MOOS-hoo-ree – rather than the second.)

She has recorded songs in many languages, including Greek, French, English, German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Hebrew, Welsh, Mandarin Chinese, Corsican, and Turkish.

Nana Mouskouri's family lived in Chania, Crete, where her father, Constantine, worked as a film projectionist in a local cinema; her mother, Alice, worked in the same cinema as an usherette. When Mouskouri was three, her family moved to Athens.

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