7 thoughts on “ Tea For The Tillerman - Cat Stevens - Harold And Maude ”
LYRICS: Bring tea for the tillerman, Steak for the sun, Wine for the woman who made the rain come Seagulls sing your hearts away, 'cause while sinners sin the children play, Oh lord how they play and play, For that happy day for that happy day POP CULTURE: Song was used in the film Harold & Maude and was also used as the closing theme music for the television series Extras, created by.
Oct 24, · There was also a few units (I don´t remember if 10 or 20) that included film frames from the original movie trailer. Included in the sleeve I found a printed sheet saying that I was one of the fortunate ones to receive that exclusive gift with my vinyl copy/5(35).
May 17, · Tea for the Tillerman is the must have cat stevens. Once you get it and get a taste of his music you will want to get some others as well. I own only Tea for the Tillerman,Best of and Greatest Hits and I feel like that is about all the Cat Stevens that is strictly neccesary/5().
Tea for the Tillerman is Cat Stevens’ fourth album and his second to appear in ; it includes many of his best-known songs. “But I Might Die Tonight” was featured in the film Deep End, while four other songs appeared in the classic film Harold & Maude.
In a retrospective five-star review, AllMusic's William Ruhlmann praised Stevens' themes of spirituality and transcendence, and felt that he had continued to show his ability as a pop melodicist: "As a result, Tea for the Tillerman became a big seller and, for the second time in Genre: Folk rock.
Jan 18, · I fell in love with Harold & Maude about 3 years ago. I just can't get enough of them. This is the epitome of all I have collected so far. I am ecstatic with this soundtrack of songs by Cat Stevens. It makes me "Want to Sing, Sing Out"!/5(16).
Harold and Maude Songs by Cat Stevens You can click on a song title to purchase the song from Amazon. Don't Be Shy (1/also 4 or 5) On The Road To Find Out (2/1/also 4) I Wish, I Wish (3) Miles from Nowhere (2) Tea for the Tillerman (2) I Think I See the Light (3) Where Do the Children Play?