Top Steve Harley Albums
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Stranger Comes To Town
Stranger Comes To Town
[2010]
Poetic Justice
Poetic Justice
[2002]
Don't Go, Don't Cry lyricsMake Me Smile lyricsSebastian lyricsLove's A Prima Donna lyricsSeeking A Love lyricsSingular Band lyricsSling It lyricsSomeone's Coming lyricsStar For A Week lyricsSweet Dreams lyricsTwo Damn'd Lies lyricsRoll The Dice lyricsRitz lyricsRed Is A Mean, Mean Colour lyricsRain In Venice lyricsPsychomodo lyricsPromises lyricsPanorama lyricsThat's My Life In Your Hands lyricsThe Alibi lyricsCrazy Love lyricsLoveless lyricsThe Last Time I Saw You lyricsSafe lyricsWhat Becomes Of The Broken-hearted lyricsWhite, White Dove lyricsWhat Ruthy Said lyricsVictim Of Love lyricsUnderstand lyricsTumbling Down lyricsToo Much Tenderness lyricsThrow Your Soul Down Here lyricsThe Phantom Of The Opera lyricsThe Mad, Mad Moonlight lyricsThe Lighthouse lyricsThe Best Years Of Our Lives lyricsOnly You lyricsNothing Is Sacred lyricsFreedom's Prisoner lyricsFire In The Night lyricsFinally A Card Came lyricsEverything Changes lyricsDeath Trip lyricsDancing On The Telephone lyricsCrazy Raver lyricsCompared With You lyricsChameleon lyricsCavaliers lyricsCarry Me Again lyricsBlack Or White lyricsBed In The Corner lyricsBack To The Farm lyricsAll Men Are Hungry lyricsGi Valentine lyricsGive Me More lyricsNew - Fashioned Way lyricsMy Only Vice lyricsMuriel The Actor lyricsMr. Soft lyricsMr. Raffles lyricsMirror Freak lyricsLoretta's Tale lyricsJudy Teen lyricsIt Wasn't Me lyricsIs It True What They Say lyricsIrresistible lyricsInnocence & Guilt lyricsI Can't Even Touch You lyricsHideaway lyricsHere Comes The Sun lyrics49th Parallel lyrics
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Related Information for Steve HarleySteve Harley was born as Steven Nice, on 27 February 1951 in South London, growing up in New Cross and attended the school Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College. His musical career began in the late 1960s when he was busking (with John Crocker) and performing his own songs, some of which were later recorded by him and the band. The original Cockney Rebel was formed when Steve hooked up with his former folk partner, John Crocker (fiddle / mandolin / guitar) in 1972. read more