Journey Lyrics


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From the Album Greatest Hits 2 (2011) (buy at amazon.com)
Greatest Hits 2


From the Album Eclipse (2011) (buy at amazon.com)
Eclipse
City Of Hope
Edge Of The Moment
Chain Of Love
Tantra (My Eyes Can See)
Anything Is Possible
Resonate
She's A Mystery
Human Feel
Ritual
To Whom It May Concern
Someone
Venus


From the Album Revelation (2008) (buy at amazon.com)
Revelation
Never Walk Away
Like A Sunshower
Change For The Better
Wildest Dream
Faith In The Heartland
After All These Years
Where Did I Lose Your Love
What I Needed
What It Takes To Win
Turn Down The World Tonight
The Journey (Revelation)
Only The Young
Don't Stop Believin'
Wheel In The Sky
Faithfully
Any Way You Want It
Who's Cryin' Now
Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
Lights
Open Arms
Be Good To Yourself
Stone In Love


From the Album Generations (2005) (buy at amazon.com)
Generations
Faith In The Heartland
The Place In Your Heart
A Better Life
Every Generation
Butterfly (She Flies Alone)
Believe
Knowing That You Love Me
Out Of Harms Way
In Self-Defense
Better Together
Gone Crazy
Beyond The Clouds
Never Too Late
Pride Of The Family


From the Album Red 13 [EP] (2002) (buy at amazon.com)
Red 13 [EP]
State Of Grace
The Time
Walking Away From The Edge
I Can Breathe


From the Album Arrival (2000) (buy at amazon.com)
Arrival
Higher Place
All The Way
Signs Of Life
All The Things
Loved By You
Livin' To Do
I Got A Reason
With Your Love
Lifetime Of Dreams
Live And Breathe
Kiss Me Softly
I'm Not That Way
We Will Meet Again
To Be Alive Again
World Gone Wild
Nothin' Comes Close


From the Album Trial By Fire (1996) (buy at amazon.com)
Trial By Fire
Message Of Love
One More
When You Love A Woman
If He Should Break Your Heart
Forever In Blue
Castles Burning
Don't Be Down On Me Baby
Still She Cries
Colors Of The Spirit
When I Think Of You
Easy To Fall
Can't Tame The Lion
It's Just The Rain
Trial By Fire
Baby I'm Leaving You
I Can See It In Your Eyes


From the Album Greatest Hits (1988) (buy at amazon.com)
Greatest Hits


From the Album Raised On Radio (1986) (buy at amazon.com)
Raised On Radio
Girl Can't Help It
Positive Touch
Suzanne
Be Good To Yourself
Once You Love Somebody
Happy To Give
Raised On Radio
I'll Be Alright Without You
It Could Have Been You
The Eyes Of A Woman
Why Can't This Night Go On Forever


From the Album Frontiers (1983) (buy at amazon.com)
Frontiers
Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
Send Her My Love
Chain Reaction
After The Fall
Faithfully
Edge Of The Blade
Troubled Child
Back Talk
Frontiers
Rubicon


From the Album Escape (1981) (buy at amazon.com)
Escape
Don't Stop Believin'
Stone In Love
Who's Cryin' Now
Keep On Runnin'
Still They Ride
Escape
Lay It Down
Dead Or Alive
Mother, Father
Open Arms


From the Album Dream After Dream (1980) (buy at amazon.com)
Dream After Dream
Destiny
Snow Theme
Sandcastles
A Few Coins
Moon Theme
When The Love Has Gone
Festival Dance
The Rape
Little Girl


From the Album Departure (1980) (buy at amazon.com)
Departure
Any Way You Want It
Walks Like A Lady
Someday Soon
People And Places
Precious Time
Where Were You
I'm Cryin
Line Of Fire
Departure
Good Morning Girl
Stay Awhile
Homemade Love


From the Album Evolution (1979) (buy at amazon.com)
Evolution
Majestic
Too Late
Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'
City Of The Angels
When You're Alone (It Ain't Easy)
Sweet And Simple
Lovin' You Is Easy
Just The Same Way
Do You Recall
Daydream
Lady Luck


From the Album Infinity (1978) (buy at amazon.com)
Infinity
Lights
Feeling That Way
Anytime
La Do Da
Patiently
Wheel In The Sky
Somethin' To Hide
Winds Of March
Can Do
Opened The Door


From the Album Next (1977) (buy at amazon.com)
Next
Spaceman
People
I Would Find You
Here We Are
Hustler
Next
Nickel And Dime
Karma


From the Album Look Into The Future (1976) (buy at amazon.com)
Look Into The Future
On A Saturday Nite
It's All Too Much
Anyway
She Makes Me (Feel Alright)
You're On Your Own
Look Into The Future
Midnight Dreamer
I'm Gonna Leave You


From the Album Journey (1975) (buy at amazon.com)
Journey
Of A Lifetime
In The Morning Day
Kohoutek
To Play Some Music
Topaz
In My Lonely Feeling
Conversations
Mystery Mountain


Other Songs:
Faithfull
Partys Over Hopelessly In Love
Remember Me
Separate Ways
Vampire


Journey Info:

Journey is an American rock band formed in San Francisco in 1973 by former members of Santana and Frumious Bandersnatch.

They have had eighteen Top 40 singles in the US, six of which reached the Top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and two of which reached No. 1 on other Billboard charts. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, Journey has sold 47 million albums in the US, Their worldwide sales have reached over 80 million albums. -Wikipedia

From:
San Francisco, California, U.S.

Genres:
Rock, jazz fusion, progressive rock, hard rock, soft rock

Years active:
1973-present

Associated acts:
Abraxas Pool, Bad English, Frumious Bandersnatch, Hardline, Santana, Schon & Hammer, Soul SirkUS, The Storm

Name Origin:
After an unsuccessful radio contest to name the group, roadie John Villaneuva suggested the name "Journey".

Members:
Neal Schon -
lead guitar, vocals
(1973-present)

Ross Valory -
bass, vocals
(1973-1985, 1995-present)

Jonathan Cain -
keyboards, rhythm guitar, vocals
(1980-present)

Deen Castronovo -
drums, percussion, vocals
(1998-present)

Arnel Pineda -
lead vocals
(2007-present)

Past members:
Gregg Rolie - keyboards, harmonica, lead vocals
(1973-1980)

George Tickner - rhythm guitar
(1973-1975)

Aynsley Dunbar - drums, percussion
(1974-1978)

Robert Fleischman - lead vocals
(1977)

Steve Perry - lead vocals, occasional live keyboards (
1977-1998)

Steve Smith - drums, percussion
(1978-1985, 1995-1998)

Randy Jackson - bass, vocals
(1985-1987)

Steve Augeri - lead vocals, guitar
(1998-2006)

Breakthrough Singles:
"Don't Stop Believin'" (1981)
"Open Arms" (1982)
"Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" (1982)
"Only the Young" (1985)
"Be Good to Yourself" (1986)
"When You Love a Woman" (1996)

Journey Quotes:
“They're bombarded with all kinds of music, yet they chose to hum ours. That's the best nod you can get. The best testimonial to Journey is it appeals to the ages.”

“The parents used to drag the little ones, and now the kids are coming--and they're not little anymore. Things are evolving. Maybe there's a renaissance for our music.”

“It was like dragging a sled up a hill, a very heavy sled. It's been a long way to climb our way back, and yet I always believed in this catalog.”

“We've got a tremendous catalog of lots of hit songs, which I wrote either a half or a third of”

“We're sort of superstitious now. The albums that had the beetle on it did better than the ones that didn't. It's with us. It's part of our allure.”

Journey Awards
1983
Nominated for an American Music Award and Favorite Pop/Rock Album (Escape).


1997
Nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal ("When You Love A Woman").

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