Who Sang But I Might Die Tonight? Cat Stevens

Cat Stevens Tea for the Tillerman cover art
Credits
publisher: ©EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
release date: 1970-11-23
genres: Pop Folk, World, & Country Stage & Screen
styles: Folk Rock/Acoustic/Pop Rock
length: 1:55
producer: Paul Samwell-Smith
membranophone: Harvey Burns
vocal: Cat Stevens
bass: John Ryan
guitar: Cat Stevens and Alun Davies
keyboard: Cat Stevens
strings arranger: Del Newman
solo violin: John Rostein
I don't want to work away
Doing just what they all say
Work hard boy and you'll find
One day you'll have a job like mine

'Cause I know for sure
Nobody should be that poor
To say yes or sink low
Because you happen to say so, say so, you say so

I don't want to work away
Doing just what they all say
Work hard boy and you'll find
One day you'll have a job like mine, job like mine, a job like mine

Be wise, look ahead
Use your eyes he said
Be straight, think right
But I might die tonight!



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Where Do the Children Play?
  • 2 Hard Headed Woman
  • 3 Wild World
  • 4 Sad Lisa
  • 5 Miles From Nowhere
  • 6 But I Might Die Tonight
  • 7 Longer Boats
  • 8 Into White
  • 9 On the Road to Find Out
  • 10 Father and Son
  • 11 Tea for the Tillerman

  • Album Information
    label: Island
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin