Rescue lyricsIn A Red Room lyricsWhen She Smiles lyricsThe Light Is On lyricsI Really Don't Know Anymore lyricsDreams Too Loud lyricsBaby Says No lyricsWhat Am I Supposed To Believe lyricsNo Time For Talk lyricsHunger lyricsNature Of The Game lyricsIt's Always Something lyricsKind Of I Love You lyricsSay You'll Be Mine lyricsLove Found A Home lyricsThat Girl lyricsDon't Say Goodbye lyricsI Hear You Call lyricsWalking In Avalon lyricsI Know You Well lyricsStill I Resist lyricsDreamers lyricsHey Kid lyricsNovember lyricsHelp Me Cry lyricsWhen You Come Home lyricsPoor Man's Ecstasy lyricsEverything lyricsLeave It To Me lyricsI'm Too Old For This lyricsPrayin' lyricsThinkin' 'bout You lyricsBefore I Go lyricsI'll Be Alright lyricsShe Told Me So lyricsCurled Around The World lyricsNever Stop Believing lyricsCharm The Snake lyricsLove Is Love (In Any Language) lyricsSomeday lyricsCareless Whisper lyricsDreamweaver lyricsWords Of Wisdom lyricsSwept Away lyricsShe's Like The Wind lyricsAll Out Of Love lyricsThink Of Laura lyricsSailing lyricsNever Be The Same lyricsSwing Street lyricsRide Like The Wind lyricsOpen Your Heart lyricsNature's Way lyricsIt's You That Really Matters lyricsI Will (take You Forever) lyricsArthur's Theme lyricsLady In Red lyricsBelieve It Or Not lyricsDeputy Dan lyricsBack Of My Mind lyricsTalking In My Sleep lyricsPoor Shirley lyricsJust One Look lyricsDeal 'em Again lyricsLong World lyricsSpinning lyricsEvery Turn Of The World lyricsMinstrel Gigolo lyricsAlibi lyricsAny Old Time lyricsIt Might Be You lyricsBest That You Can Do (arthur's Theme) lyricsLaura lyricsForever lyricsIs There Something lyrics
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Related Information for Christopher Cross Christopher Cross is an American singer-songwriter originally from Austin, Texas, known as an influential artist in American soft rock music. He has written or co-written all his own songs, with the exception of "Nature's Way" that appears on his 'Window' album. He's most famous for singing the tunes "Arthur's Theme" from the Dudley Moore film 'Arthur', which won him the Academy Award for Best Song in 1981 (alongside co-composers Burt.. read more