Cat Stevens songs by first lines

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First LineSong TitleFrom the Album
He sleeps alone in the damp/And rests his head upon a doorMatthew and Son (1967)
I've been demoralised too many times/But now I realise - uh uh, no moreMatthew and Son (1967)
Getting hung up all day on smiles/Walking down [song title] for milesMatthew and Son (1967)
[Song title] can be oh so very lonelyNew Masters (1967)
Baby, you're cool/And even though you've never been to schoolNew Masters (1967)
Slowly let me tell you a story of a tree/An apple treeNew Masters (1967)
[Song title] rise/[song title] falls/[song title] leaves you nothing/Nothing at allMona Bone Jakon (1970)
My [song title], why do you sleep so still?Mona Bone Jakon (1970)
[Song title]! Oh, [song title] set me free/I have seen your face and it's too much too much for meMona Bone Jakon (1970)
It's not time to make a change/Just relax, take it easyTea For the Tillerman (1970)
She hangs her head and cries on my shirt/She must be hurt very badlyTea For the Tillerman (1970)
Now that I've lost everything to you/You say you wanna start something newTea For the Tillerman (1970)
Now I've been happy lately/Thinking about the good things to comeTeaser and the Firecat (1971)
I gave my last chance to you/Don't hand it back to me [song title]Teaser and the Firecat (1971)
If I make a mark in time I can't say the mark is mineTeaser and the Firecat (1971)
Who'll be my love/You'll be my loveTeaser and the Firecat (1971)
Oh I'm on my way, I know I am, somewhere not so far from hereCatch Bull At Four (1972)
It's so quiet in the [song title], walking through the old townCatch Bull At Four (1972)
Hunc ornatum mundi/Nolo perdereCatch Bull At Four (1972)
They brang us up with horns and hollywooden songsForeigner (1973)
There are no words I can use/Because the meaning still leaves for you to chooseForeigner (1973)
[Part of song title] is the reason, and the world it will bloomBuddha and the Chocolate Box (1974)
Yesterday I was on the edge hoping everything was going to work itself outBuddha and the Chocolate Box (1974)
[Song title] What will you leave us this time?Buddha and the Chocolate Box (1974)
Well, I ain't got nothing/But it don't worry meNumbers (1975)
[Song title], oh, [song title]/Everybody's sniffing it, [song title]Numbers (1975)
Once I had a dream that worried me/Like a drunken guillotine lingering just above my headNumbers (1975)
I was a child/ Who ran full of laughterIzitso (1977)
I remember standing here/Right on this very same siteBack To Earth (1978)
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