|1||Everytime You Go Away|
|2||Come Back and Stay|
|4||Softly Whispering I Love You|
|5||Wherever I Lay My Hat|
|6||Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)|
|7||Love Of The Common People|
|10||Don't Dream It's Over|
|11||Heaven Can Wait|
|12||I Was In Chains|
|14||Every Time You Go Away|
|15||Bite the Hand That Feeds|
|16||Love Will Tear Us Apart|
|17||What Christmas Means To Me|
|18||I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down|
|19||Everything Must Change|
|21||Now I Know What Made Otis Blue|
Paul Antony Young (born 17 January 1956) is an English pop musician.
Paul Young was born in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. He has an older brother, Mark, and a younger sister, Joanne. As a youth, after school, he played football for the Vauxhall Motors factory and in his spare time played in several bands as a bass guitarist. The first group for which he became lead singer was Kat Kool & The Kool Kats.
In the late 1970s he joined Streetband, who had one Top 20 hit in the UK, with the humorous, novelty track "Toast". The single peaked at number 18 in November 1978. In December 1979 the Streetband broke up and Young formed the Q-Tips, who established their name by playing live but had no hits in the UK, although their single "Letter Song" did enjoy minor success in mainland Europe.