|1||You're Breakin' My Heart|
|5||I'd Rather Be Dead|
|6||I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City|
|9||At My Front Door|
|10||The Most Beautiful World In The World|
|11||The Lottery Song|
|13||Think About Your Troubles|
|14||Me And My Arrow|
|16||The Puppy Song|
|17||Turn On Your Radio|
|19||Jump Into The Fire|
|21||Over The Rainbow|
|22||Good Old Desk|
Harry Edward Nilsson III (June 15, 1941 – January 15, 1994), who sometimes went by the stage name Nilsson, was an American songwriter who achieved the peak of his commercial success as a singer in the mid 1970s. On all but his earliest recordings, he is credited as 'Nilsson' and is known for the hit singles "Without You", "I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City", "Everybody's Talkin'," "Coconut" and "Jump into the Fire". Nilsson's songs 'One' and 'Cuddly Toy' have been covered by artists including the Monkees, Three Dog Night and Aimee Mann. He was awarded Grammy Awards for two of his recordings.
Nilsson was born in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, New York, in 1941. His paternal grandparents were Swedish circus performers and dancers, especially known for their "aerial ballet" (which is the title of one of Nilsson's albums). His father, Harry Edward Nilsson, Jr., abandoned the family three years later.