|1||Alone Again (Naturally)|
|2||If I Don't Get You (Back Again)|
|4||Who Was It|
|8||Where Peaceful Waters Flow|
|10||Thunder And Lightening|
|11||Too Much Attention|
|12||Whats In A Kiss|
|14||Not In A Million Years|
|15||Doing The Best I Can|
|17||Out Of The Question|
Gilbert O'Sullivan (born 1 December 1946) is an Irish singer-songwriter, best known for his early 1970s hits "Alone Again (Naturally)", "Clair" and "Get Down". The music magazine, Record Mirror, voted him the No. 1 UK male singer of 1972.
Worldwide he has charted no fewer than sixteen top forty discs; including six number one songs, the first of which was 1970's "Nothing Rhymed" (for further information see Gilbert O'Sullivan discography).
O'Sullivan was born Raymond Edward O'Sullivan in Waterford, Ireland. In 1960, his family moved to Swindon, Wiltshire, England. He attended St Joseph's and the Swindon College of Art, where he briefly played drums in a band founded by Rick Davies (later creating the band Supertramp) and where he developed his lifelong interests in music and art.