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Jethro Tull The Best of Jethro Tull (Disc 1) (1993)
This rock cd contains 19 tracks and runs 77min 26sec.
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  1. Jethro Tull - A Song for Jeffrey (03:19)
    A Song For Jeffrey\n\n\nGonna lose my way tomorrow,\ngonna give away my car.\nI'd take you along with me,\nbut you would not go so far.\nDon't see what I do not want to see,\nyou don't hear what I don't say.\nWon't be what I don't want to be,\nI continue
  2. Jethro Tull - Beggar's Farm (04:18)
    Beggar's Farm\n\n\nYou're taking chances. And your reputation's going down.\nGoing out in the night-time. You think you make no sound.\nBut you don't fool me. `Cos I know what you feel.\nIf you ignore the things I say --\nsomeday soon's gonna find you\
  3. Jethro Tull - A Christmas Song (03:07)
    Christmas Song\n\n\nOnce in Royal David's City stood a lonely cattle shed,\nwhere a mother held her baby.\nYou'd do well to remember the things He later said.\nWhen you're stuffing yourselves at the Christmas parties,\nyou'll just laugh when I tell you to
  4. Jethro Tull - A New Day Yesterday (04:08)
    A New Day Yesterday\n\n\nMy first and last time with you\nand we had some fun.\nwenT walking through the trees, yeah!\nAnd then I kissed you once.\nOh I want to see you soon\nbut I wonder how.\nIt was a new day yesterday\nbut it's an old day now.\n\nSpent
  5. Jethro Tull - Bouree (03:45)
  6. Jethro Tull - Nothing Is Easy (04:23)
    Nothing Is Easy\n\n\nNothing is easy.\nThough time gets you worrying\nmy friend, it's o.k.\nJust take your life easy\nand stop all that hurrying,\nbe happy my way.\n\nWhen tension starts mounting\nand you've lost count\nof the pennies you've missed,\njust
  7. Jethro Tull - Living in the Past (03:20)
    Living In The Past\n\n\nHappy and I'm smiling,\nwalk a mile to drink your water.\nYou know I'd love to love you,\nand above you there's no other.\nWe'll go walking out\nwhile others shout of war's disaster.\nOh, we won't give in,\nlet's go living in the p
  8. Jethro Tull - To Cry You a Song (06:14)
    To Cry You A Song\n\n\nFlying so high, trying to remember\nhow many cigarettes did I bring along?\nWhen I get down I'll jump in a taxi cab\ndriving through London town\nto cry you a song.\n\nIt's been a long time --\nstill shaking my wings.\nWell, I'm a g
  9. Jethro Tull - Teacher (04:01)
    Teacher\n\n\nWell the dawn was coming,\nheard him ringing on my bell.\nHe said, ``My name's the teacher,\nthat is what I call myself.\nAnd I have a lesson\nthat I must impart to you.\nIt's an old expression\nbut I must insist it's true.\n\nJump up, look a
  10. Jethro Tull - Sweet Dream (04:01)
    Sweet Dream\n\n\nYou'll hear me calling in your sweet dream,\ncan't hear your daddy's warning cry.\nYou're going back to be all the things you want to be,\nwhile in sweet dreams you softly sigh.\n\nYou hear my voice is calling\nto be mine again,\nlive the
  11. Jethro Tull - Cross-Eyed Mary (04:09)
    Cross-Eyed Mary\n\n\nWho would be a poor man, a beggarman, a thief --\nif he had a rich man in his hand.\nAnd who would steal the candy\nfrom a laughing baby's mouth\nif he could take it from the money man.\nCross-eyed Mary goes jumping in again.\nShe sig
  12. Jethro Tull - Mother Goose (03:52)
    Mother Goose\n\n\nAs I did walk by Hampstead Fair\nI came upon Mother Goose -- so I turned her loose --\nshe was screaming.\nAnd a foreign student said to me --\nwas it really true there are elephants and lions too\nin Piccadilly Circus?\n\nWalked down by
  13. Jethro Tull - Aqualung (06:36)
    Aqualung\n\n\nSitting on a park bench --\neyeing ittle girls with bad intent.\nSnot running down his nose --\ngreasy fingers smearing shabby clothes.\nDrying in the cold sun --\nWatching as the frilly panties run.\nFeeling like a dead duck --\nspitting ou
  14. Jethro Tull - Locomotive Breath (04:24)
    Locomotive Breath\n\n\nIn the shuffling madess\nof the locomotive breath,\nruns the all-time loser,\nheadlong to his death.\nHe feels the piston scraping --\nsteam breaking on his brow --\nold Charlie stole the handle and\nthe train won't stop going --\nn
  15. Jethro Tull - Life is a Long Song (03:19)
    Life Is A Long Song\n\n\nWhen you're falling awake and you take stock of the new day,\nand you hear your voice croak as you choke on what you need to say,\nwell, don't you fret, don't you fear,\nI will give you good cheer.\n\nLife's a long song.\nLife's a
  16. Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick (extract) (03:01)
    Thick As A Brick\n\n \nReally don't mind if you sit this one out.\n \nMy words but a whisper -- your deafness a SHOUT.\nI may make you feel but I can't make you think.\nYour sperm's in the gutter -- your love's in the sink.\nSo you ride yourselves over t
  17. Jethro Tull - A Passion Play (extract) (03:46)
    A Passion Play\n\n\n``Do you still see me even here?''\n(The silver cord lies on the ground.)\n``And so I'm dead'', the young man said --- over the hill\n(not a wish away).\nMy friends (as one) all stand aligned although their taxis came\ntoo late.\nThere
  18. Jethro Tull - Skating Away on the Thin Ice of a New Day (03:52)
    Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day\n\n\nMeanwhile back in the year One --- when you belonged to no-one ---\nyou didn't stand a chance son, if your pants were undone.\n`Cause you were bred for humanity and sold to society ---\none day you'll wake
  19. Jethro Tull - Bungle in the Jungle (03:38)
    Bungle in the Jungle\n\n\nWalking through forests of palm tree apartments ---\nscoff at the monkeys who live in their dark tents\ndown by the waterhole --- drunk every Friday ---\neating their nuts --- saving their raisins for Sunday.\nLions and tigers wh


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