Top Chris Rea Albums
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Dancing with Strange
Dancing with Strange
Driving Home For Christmas lyricsFool If You Think It's Over lyricsThe Blue Cafe lyricsAce Of Hearts lyricsLucifer's Angel lyricsShe Gave It Away lyricsLet It Loose lyricsSteel River lyricsIf You Choose To Go lyricsGod's Great Banana Skin lyricsWindy Town lyricsWith Every Beat Of My Heart lyricsTouche D'amour lyricsThe Way You Look Tonight lyricsCry For Home lyricsSeabird lyricsReasons lyricsWinter Song lyricsLooking For A Rainbow lyricsI Just Wanna Be With You lyricsI Can Hear Your Heartbeat lyricsTell Me There's A Heaven lyricsYour Warm And Tender Love lyricsStony Road lyricsDiamonds lyricsNo More Sorrow lyricsJosephine lyricsAll Summer Long lyricsStone lyricsSummer Love lyricsThree Angels lyricsToo Much Pride lyricsThere She Goes lyricsSmile lyricsComing Off The Ropes lyricsWho Do You Love lyricsMississippi lyricsHeading For The City lyricsSince I Don't See You Anymore lyricsSoup Of The Day lyricsTennis lyricsStop lyricsThe Closer You Get lyricsSun Is Rising lyricsThe Hustler lyricsTeach Me To Dance lyricsSweet Kiss lyricsThat Girl Of Mine lyricsYou Can Go Your Own Way lyricsWhen The Good Lord Talked To Jesus lyricsThat's The Way It Goes lyricsWe Don't Have Problem lyricsYou're Not A Number lyricsTrue To You lyricsI'm In My Car lyricsI Ain't The Fool lyricsYou Got Dixie lyricsCool Cool Blue lyricsNobody But You lyricsJust In Case You Never Knew lyricsWhat Kind Of Love Is This lyricsSweet Love lyricsDon't Turn Away lyricsElectric Guitar lyricsGirl In A Sports Car lyricsLet's Start Again lyricsLord Tell Me It Won't Be Long lyricsWhere The Blues Come From lyricsSweet Sunday lyricsMan Gone Missing lyricsMonday Morning lyricsSun Is Hot lyricsNever Tie Me Down lyricsWalkin' Country Blues lyricsMindless lyrics
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Related Information for Chris ReaChristopher Anton Rea (pronounced Ree-ah), born 4 March 1951, is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Middlesbrough, England. Rea’s recording career began in 1978. Although he almost immediately had a US hit single with “Fool (If You Think It’s Over)”, Rea’s initial focus was on continental Europe, releasing eight albums in the 1980s. read more