|1||St Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)|
|5||Man With A Vision|
|6||Don't Leave Your Mark On Me|
|7||Two Hearts (American Anthem)|
|8||Don't Worry 'bout Me|
|10||Steal You Away (Flight Of The Spruce Goose)|
|11||Do It Again|
|13||Running The Endless Mile|
|14||Treat Me Like An Animal|
|15||Somebody Stole My Thunder|
|16||Don't Leave Your Mark On Me (Mark Ii)|
|17||Blame It On The Radio|
|19||The Story Still Remains The Same (Vices)|
|22||Killer On The Sheets|
|26||King Of Lies|
|27||It's Startin' All Over Again|
|29||Come Out Fightin'|
John Parr (born 18 November 1954, Worksop, England) is an English musician, best known for his 1985 US #1 hit single St. Elmo's Fire.
Parr's first entrance in to music was when he was 12 years old and formed a band with two fellow schoolmates named The Silence. The band had considerable success. They eventually became professional and started to tour Europe.
When Parr left the band, he joined a group called Ponders End who were hailed as the 'best live act around' in Newcastle, along with Dire Straits. In the end they did not secure a recording contract and the band's chapter in history was closed.