13 Shouts - 178,253 Scrobbles
British Singer Songwriter Julia Fordham burst into the music scene in 1988 on Virgin Records with the International hit “Happy Ever After.” Then followed her critically acclaimed album Porcelain, which included the popular songs “Manhattan Skyline” and “Lock and Key.” From her third album Swept, the beautiful ballad “Love Moves In Mysterious Ways” (penned by the stellar song writing team Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow) was featured as the end title in the Demi Moore movie, The Butchers Wife, and went Top 20 in the UK and reached the #1 spot in the Philippines.
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- Happy Ever After - (4:47) - 1,103 plays
- LyricsWho'd have thought this is how the pieces fit
You and I shouldn't even try making sense of it
I forgot how we ever came this far
I believe we had reasons but I don't know what they are
Some blame it on my heart, oh
- LyricsI am very very much in like with you
I hope that it's enough 'cause it's all I can do
'Cause you treat my skin like porcelain
Rare and special porcelain
Even though you know, I know you know
- LyricsDon't tell me to stop crying please just hold me while I do
Soothe me with your silence and just cradle me to you
Don't push me for my reasons or expect me to explain
How can I in five minutes shift a lifetime's hidden pain?
Don't tell your girlfriend about me 'cos your girlfriend
- LyricsWhat chance did I stand? How could I resist?
Your American arms and your French kiss
From New York to London, London to New York
With this broken heart so British
Ooh ooh yeah yeah
- Falling Forward - (5:01) - 267 plays
- For You Only For You - (3:52) - 248 plays
- Cocooned - (3:38) - 229 plays
- Genius - (6:17) - 243 plays
- Where Does The Time Go? - (4:26) - 228 plays