Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|And finally, which Rod Stewart song do the following lyrics come from? 'And we'll drink a toast To the blood red rose Cheer a while the Emerald Isle'
||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Every Beat of My Heart. 'Every Beat of My Heart' is the title song from the 1986 album.
|'You and I were so close in every way don't time fly when you're loving and laughing' is a line from which Rod Stewart song?||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Baby Jane. 'Baby Jane' was a UK number one hit for rod in 1983.
|'Patti packed her bags, left a note for her momma, she was just seventeen' is a line from which song of Rod's?||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Young Turks. 'Young Turks' comes from the 1981 album "Tonight I'm Yours".
|'You're Celtic, United, but baby I've decided
You're the best team I've ever seen' is a line from which Rod Stewart song?||Rod Stewart Lyrics
You're In My Heart. Rod pays tribute to his two favourite soccer clubs, Celtic and Manchester United, in this 1977 song.
|Which Rod Stewart song contains the line 'Out of a darkened side street came a New Jersey gang with just one aim'?||Rod Stewart Lyrics
The Killing Of Georgie. This song featured on the 1976 album "A Night on the Town".
|'I am flying, passing high clouds, to be with you, to be free' comes from which massive hit single of Rod's?||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Sailing. 'Sailing' spent four weeks at number one in the UK charts in September 1975.
|'Don't have much but what I've got is yours except of course my steel guitar' is a line from which Rod Stewart song?
||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Mandolin Wind. 'Mandolin Wind' is a song from Rod's third solo album, "Every Picture Tells a Story".
|Which Rod Stewart song features the following lyrics? 'The morning sun when it's in your face really shows your age'.||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Maggie May. 'Maggie May' was a number one hit in the UK in October 1971.
|'When the weather's better and the rails unfreeze
and the wind don't whistle 'round my knees' is a line from which Rod Stewart song?
||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Gasoline Alley. 'Gasoline Alley' is the title song from Rod's second solo album released in 1970.
|Which song of Rod's includes the line 'Four and twenty blackbirds in a cake and bake them all in a pie'?
||Rod Stewart Lyrics
Handbags and Gladrags. 'Handbags and Gladrags' appeared on Rod's debut solo album "An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down" in 1969 and was covered by the Stereophonics in 2001.
|This song reached the top ten in the singles charts in 1991.
"Across the street, the river runs,
Down in the gutter, life is slipping away."
Can you name this one?||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
Rhythm of My Heart. If you listen carefully, you can hear the bagpipes in this song, which is a tribute to Rod's father and his Scottish heritage.
|This song was originally recorded and released in 1989 by Van Morrison.
"You fill my heart with gladness,
Take away all my sadness,
Ease my troubles, that's what you do."
Which one is it?||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
Have I Told You Lately?. Rod Stewart recorded and released this song in 1993, as a single off of his "Unplugged and Seated" album. Rod dedicated the song to his wife Rachel Hunter, whom he is now divorced from. It's still a beautiful song, anyway!
|Can you pick the correct song from the lyrics below?
"Maybe it's my mistake, to show this love that I feel inside.
Cause each day that passes by,
You got me never knowin'
If I'm comin' or goin' "||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
This Old Heart of Mine. Originally recorded by the Isley Brothers in 1966, "This Old Heart of Mine" was re-recorded and released by Rod Stewart and Ronald Isley in 1989/1990. It is also taken from the "Storyteller" set.
|Do you know which song these lyrics belong to?
"I know your window and I know it's late.
I know your stairs and your doorway.
I walk down the street and past your gate"...||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
Downtown Train. "Downtown Train" hit number two on the US single charts in 1990. It's a beautiful song, written by Tom Waites and taken from Rod Stewart's four CD set, "Storyteller".
|"And when you finally fly away, I'll be hoping that I served you well.
For all the wisdom of a lifetime, no one can ever tell.
But whatever road you choose, I'm right behind you, win or lose."
What song are the above lyrics from?||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
Forever Young. "Forever Young" was written by Rod Stewart, Jim Cregan and Kevin Savigan for the "Out of Order" album, which was released in 1988.
It's one of my favorites by Rod Stewart. I wrote the words in my son's "baby book" to be given to him when he's eighteen years old.
|This song has been called the sequel to "Maggie May". Do you know which one it is?
"You're driving home late one night and on the radio,
Comes an old, familiar song, you used to know so well."||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
Ain't Love a Bitch. "Ain't Love a Bitch" was written by Rod Stewart and Gary Grainger for the 1978 album "Blondes Have More Fun". It was released as a single in 1979.
|Do you know the name of the song that contains these lyrics?
"If I listened long enough to you,
I'd find a way to believe that it's all true."
||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
Reason To Believe. This song was written and originally recorded by Tim Hardin in 1965. Bobby Darin also recorded it in 1967. Rod Stewart recorded and released it in 1971 as the "A" side to "Maggie May". He re-released it in 1993, live on his album "Unplugged and Seated", with Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones. Ron Wood and Rod Stewart were both members of Small Faces in 1975. The album reunited the two musicians after almost 20 years.
|This is the song that made Rod Stewart's career take off. Most believe that it is his best known song. Can you identify the song from these lyrics?
"The morning sun when it's in your face, really shows your age,
But that don't worry me none, in my eyes you're everything."||Rod Stewart - Songs and Lyrics
Maggie May. This song was co-written by Rod Stewart and Martin Quittendon in 1971, for the "Every Picture Tells a Story" album and released as the "B" side song for "Reason To Believe". It was played by chance, by a DJ over the air and soon became the more popular of the two songs, quickly taking Rod Stewart to stardom.