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Don't Go ChangingKeeping The FaithWe Didn't Start The FireThe Great Suburban ShowdownNo Man's LandAll You Wanna Do Is DanceSurprisesOdoyaThe Prime Of Your LoveNobody Knows But MeMy Journey's End (the Lost Souls)Cross To BearA Minor VariationRockin' In The Free WorldThrough The Long NightHouse Of Blue LightOnly A ManFamous Last WordsA Room Of Our OwnState Of GraceThe Great Wall Of ChinaWhen You Wish Upon A StarThe End Of The WorldRobertaYou Picked A Real Bad TimeBack In The UssrHeartbreak HotelHighway 61 RevisitedWhen In RomeLullabye (goodnight My Angel)That's Not Her StyleSomewhere Along The LineIf I Only Had The Words (to Tell You)Stop In NevadaI'll Cry InsteadIn A Sentimental MoodLauraChristmas In FallujahTo Make You Feel My LoveYou've Got Me Hummin' (the Hassles)Don't Worry Baby (live)Hey GirlThe Times They Are A - Changin'Time And Time Again (the Lost Souls)Shout (live At The Yankee Stadium)Travelin' PrayerShe's Always A WomanSometimes I WishWhere's The OrchestraGoodnight My Angel (lullaby)Why Should I WorryJeans OnWhere Were You (on Our Wedding Day)These Are The TimesAll My LifeLet Your Heart Show You The WayNocturneMr. Cellophane (chicago Soundtrack)Take Me Out To The Ball GameWhere's The RevolutionWhy Vienna? (Live)Band Introductions (Live)A Hard Day's Night (Live)Second WindDance To The MusicFlip-flop GirlHonky Tonk WomenAuld Lang SyneAll Shook UpI Don't Want To Be AloneSometimes A FantasyBlonde Over BlueOyster BayShades Of GreyEvery Step I Take (every Move I Make) (the Hassles)
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Related Information for Billy Joel Billy Joel (born William Martin Joel on May 9, 1949 in Bronx, New York, USA) is an American pianist, singer-songwriter, and composer. Since releasing his first hit song, "Piano Man," in 1973, Joel has become a multi-million-selling recording artist. Joel recorded many popular hit songs and albums from 1971 until he stopped recording pop/rock music in 1993. He is one of the very few rock (or even pop) artists to have Top 10 hits in the '70s, '80s, and '90s. A six-t.. read more