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Arranged Alphabetically

Lyrics by Tim Rice                                   Composer as Noted


     "#" 

    1969 (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written as the A side for the second Ross Hannaman single, 1967

     "A" 

    All Too Quiet On The Home Front (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    All Things Considered (Vangelis/Elaine Paige) - written for Elaine Paige's Love Hurts album, 1985

    All Time High (John Barry) - theme from the James bond movie Octopussy, sung by Rita Coolridge, 1983

    And Did He Notice Me (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    A Touch Of Love (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Shonagh Daly's first album Beautiful View, released 2004

     "B" 

    Baby You're Good For Me (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for the film Gumshoe, 1972

    The Ballad Of Chaluz (I Want My Hands On Your Hold) (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Ballad Of Robert And Peter (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - sung by Tim Rice as a dummy lyric for what would become "The Female Of The Species" from Jeeves, circa 1974/75

    Barbabeau's Paint Box (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    Barbabelle (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    Barbalib (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    The Barbapapa Family (Reprise) (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    Barbapapa Rock (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    Bayou Farm (Tim Rice) - 1972

    Be A Thinker (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    Believe Me I Will (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Sacha Distel, 1968

    Berengaria (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Blondel's Song (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Bonzo's Blues - written for Three More Men In A Boat, 1982

     "C" 

    Child Of The Fifties (Tim Rice) - the exception to the rule, this one has lyrics by Tim's brother Jonathan Rice, 1973

    Christmas Dream (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for the film The Odessa File, sung by Perry Como (also sung by Marnard Williams on his Ten Songs album), 1973/74

    Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, released as a single backed with the unrelated "Roll On Over The Atlantic", 1969

     "D" 

    Dance The Dance (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - sung by Hannah Waddingham, 2005 & recorded by Connie Fisher, 2006

    Daniele (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Daniele Noel, 1967

    Disillusion Me (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - sung by Gary Bond, 1973

    Down On The Farm (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Maynard Williams on his Ten Songs album, 1974/75

    Down Through Summer (Andrew Lloyd Webber) -written as the A side for the first Ross Hannaman single, 1967

     "E" 

    Esau's Song (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    Everything Is Singing For Barbalala's Song (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

     "F-G" 

    The Fallen Priest (Freddie Mercury) - written for Freddie Mercury's Barcelona album, 1988

    Falling Down To Earth (Florrie Palmer) - written for Elaine Paige's Elaine Paige album, 1981

    Finally (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for the film Gumshoe but not used, sung by Pamela Paterson, 1972

    First Impression / Second Impression / Last Impression Counts (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Hullabaloo, 1973

    Golden Boy (Freddie Mercury) - written for Freddie Mercury's Barcelona album, 1988

    Goodbye Seattle (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - sung by Paul Raven a.k.a. Gary Glitter, 1970

    The Greatest Animal Lover (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

     "H" 

    Happening Man (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's Cost Of Living album, 1983

    Hearts, Not Diamonds (Marvin Hamlisch) - written for the film The Fan, 1981

    Help Me Into My Armour (What A Difference A Knight Makes) (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Henley Regatta - written for Three More Men In A Boat, 1982

    Hey Love (What A Way To Spend The Night) (Tim Rice) - sung by Tim Rice with Barbara Dickson, 1976

    Hot As Sun (Paul McCartney) - written for Elaine Paige's Elaine Paige album, 1981

    The Hymn (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's 1984 album loosely based on George Orwell's book, sung by Jon Anderson, 1981

     "I" 

    I Can't Go On (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Maynard Williams on his Ten Songs album, 1974/75

    I Don't Talk To Strangers (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - sung by Placido Domingo on his My Life For A Song album, 1983

    I Don't Think I'm Wanted Back At Home (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    I'll Give All My Love To Southend (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written as the B side for the first Ross Hannaman single, 1967

    Introducing The Barbapapa Family (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    It's A Triumph! - Clive Barnes (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Hullabaloo, 1973

    It's Easy For You (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Elvis Presley in 1976/7

     "J-K" 

    Jacob Had God On His Side (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    Jacob's Dream (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    Julia (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's 1984 album loosely based on George Orwell's book, sung by Chaka Khan, 1981

     "L" 

    Laban's Workers' Song (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    The Last One To Leave (Mike Batt) - written for Elaine Paige's Elaine Paige album, 1981

    The Legal Boys (Elton John) - first appeared on Elton John's Jump Up album in 1982

    The Legend Of Blondel (Blondel On Blondel) (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    The Legend Of Blondel Part 2 (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Limpet In Love (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    The Lion Is Caged (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Little Shadow (I Want To Help Papa) (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    Loose Change (Paul Jones)

     "M" 

    Magdalena (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - sung by Tony Christie, 1977

    Marisa (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Maynard Williams on his Ten Songs album, 1974/75

    Missing (Vangelis) - theme for the film Missing, but not used

    The Monkey And The Onion (Graham Gouldman) - recorded on 10cc's Mirror Mirror album in 1995

    Monkey Nuts (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's Cost Of Living album, 1983

    Multiplicity (George Fenton) - written for the film Multiplicity, but not used, 1996

     "N" 

    No Chicken (Paul Jones)

    No Name (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's 1984 album loosely based on George Orwell's book, sung by Steve Harley, 1981

    Nothing Different (Tim Rice) - 1974

     "O" 

    Ode To Didcot Power Station - written for Three More Men In A Boat, 1982

    One For The Road (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's Cost Of Living album, 1983

    One Of My Best Friends (Richard Kerr) - written for Michael Crawford's A Touch Of Music In The Night album in 1992

    One Of The All Time Grates (Roger Watson) - 1972

    Only So Much I Can Do (Raul Malo) - for Raul Malo / the Mavericks, 1996

    The Only Way To Go (Marvin Hamlisch) - written for the film The Entertainer, 1977

    The Opposite Lock (Nick Ingman) - 1969

     "P-Q" 

    Pandamonia (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's Cost Of Living album, 1983

    The People I've Seen (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Hullabaloo, 1973

    Peterloo (Malcolm Arnold) - written at the request of the Sir Malcolm Arnold Estate for possible inclusion in the 2012 Olympics ceremony or the Queen's 60th Jubille, 2009

    The President Song (Tim Rice) - 1974

    Probably On Thursday (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written as the B side for the second Ross Hannaman single, 1967

    The Proles (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's 1984 album loosely based on George Orwell's book, sung by Tim Rice, 1981

     "R" 

    The Red Room (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Maynard Williams on his Ten Songs album, 1974/75

    A Remarkable Woman (Marvin Hamlisch) - written for the film The Fan, 1981

    A Roaring Start (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Robot Man (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's 1984 album loosely based on George Orwell's book, sung by Chaka Khan & Kenny Lynch, 1981

    Roll On Over The Atlantic (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written as the B side for the "Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You" single, 1969

    Running For You - written for the London Marathon, March 2005

     "S" 

    Saladin Days (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    The Second Time (Theme from 'Bilitis') (Frances Lai) - adapted from the movie score for Elaine Paige's Elaine Paige album, 1981

    Send For Barbabravo (Joop Stockkermans) - from Barbapapa children's album, 1975

    Seven And A Half Percent Swing (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - 1970

    Seven Years (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Jacob's Journey, 1973

    Something To Believe In (Lalo Schifrin) - written for the film Something To Believe In, sung by Placido Domingo, 1998

    Something To Say (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Daniele Noel, translated into French as "Pourtant Moi Je N'ai Pas Change" by F. Gerard, 1967

    Somewhere In Europe (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    Suddenly Free (David Paramor) - 1968

     "T-V" 

    That's My Story (Tim Rice) - written as a pop song, 1965

    This Loneliness - sung by Laura Pausini, 1998

    Three More Men In A Boat - written for Three More Men In A Boat, 1982

    To Love And Be Loved (John Barry) - from the February 1998 film Swept From The Sea, 1997

    Turning (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Maynard Williams on his Ten Songs album, 1974/75

    Violent Interlude (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

     "W-X" 

    Waiting For Something (Edmund Butt) - covered by Oh Laura for the end-credit theme to The Waiting Room film which premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival in August of 2007

    Wake Up Call (Andrew Farriss (of INXS)) - 2000

    Walking Tall (Burt Bacharach) - from the December 1999 film Stuart Little, sung by Lyle Lovett, 1999

    War Games (Rick Wakeman) - written for Rick Wakeman's 1984 album loosely based on George Orwell's book, sung by Chaka Khan, 1981

    We Will Rock You (Traditional Czech Melody) - written in 1969, recorded under the title "Rocking" in 1982 by Elaine Paige as the B side to her "Ave Maria" single

    What A Line To Go Out On (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - sung by Yvonne Elliman, 1972

    Whatever Happened To Peggy Sue (Bobby Vee) - included in Bobby Vee's 2002 UK tour & recorded by Bobby Vee on his I Wouldn't Change A Thing album, 2002

    Who'll Speak For Love (Burt Bacharach) - written in 2007, first performed in concert by B. Bacharach during the summer of 2007 & later included as the title track on Trijntje Oosterhuis' 2007 album

    Why We Fell In Love (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - theme for the television show Executive Stress, sung by Julie Covington

    A Winter's Tale (Mike Batt) - David Essex took this to number 2 on the charts in December 1982, the Moody Blues included it on their first Christmas album in 2003 & it was included in David Essex's 2008 musical All The Fun Of The Fair.

    Wish You Would Show Me Your Mind (David Paramor) - 1967

     "Y-Z" 

    You Can Rely On King Richard The Lion (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - written for Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You, 1969

    You Took Me For A Ride (Andrew Lloyd Webber) - recorded by Daniele Noel, translated into French as "Les Quatre Volontes" by F. Gerard, 1967

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