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  1. Daizilkree Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Very Best Of Chris de Burgh on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - RML,A&M Records - RML ,A&M Records - STAR • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Australia & New Zealand • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock/5(8).
  2. Zologor Reply
    I love the night, I love the night, I love to be with a stranger and feel her delight, And when the morning begins, I have to get in Before sunlight can fall upon my face; I love the night, I love the night, I love the element of danger and the ecstasy of flight, I love the night, I love the night.
  3. Galkis Reply
    The Very Best of Chris de Burgh is the second compilation album by Chris de Burgh, released by Telstar Records in
  4. Dakasa Reply
    (Redirected from The Ecstasy of Flight (I Love the Night)) Man on the Line is the seventh studio album by Chris de Burgh, released in
  5. Akira Reply
    I love the night, I love the night, I love the element of danger and the ecstasy of flight, I love the night, I love the night, I love to be with a stranger and to feel her delight, And when the morning begins, I have to get in, Before sunlight can fall upon my face; I love the night, I love the night, I love the element of danger and the.
  6. Arashilmaran Reply
    Feb 11,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Chris de Burgh - The Very Best Of Chris de Burgh at Discogs. Complete your Chris de Burgh collection/5(73).
  7. Tygozshura Reply
    The two-page booklet contains a Chris de Burgh album catalogue. Information on cover: Printed In Australia. Information on disc: This Compilation P A & M Records Inc., U.S.A.
  8. Magul Reply
    `The Getaway' is one of De Burghs eighties synthesizer heavy albums and one with many well known tracks on it. From the evocative story on the album opener `Don't Pay The Ferryman', via `Ship To Shore' and `Borderline' this album leads you from ballads to rock until you reach the superb trilogy of `The Revolution', `Light A Fire' and `Liberty', one of his better extended story trilogies and an /5().