Who Sang Sad Lisa? Cat Stevens

Cat Stevens Tea for the Tillerman cover art
writers: Cat Stevens, Yusuf Islam
release date: 1970-11-23
genres: Pop Folk, World, & Country Stage & Screen
styles: Folk Rock/Acoustic/Pop Rock
length: 3:44
producer: Paul Samwell-Smith
vocal: Cat Stevens
guitar: Cat Stevens and Alun Davies
keyboard: Cat Stevens
strings arranger: Del Newman
drums (drum set): Harvey Burns
bass guitar: John Ryan
solo violin: John Rostein
She hangs her head and cries on my shirt.
She must be hurt very badly.
Tell me what's making you sad, Li?
Open your door, don't hide in the dark.
You're lost in the dark, you can trust me.
Cause you know that's how it must be.

Lisa Lisa, sad Lisa Lisa.

Her eyes like windows, trickle in rain
Upon the pain getting deeper.
Though my love wants to relieve her.
She walks alone from wall to wall.
Lost in her hall, she can't hear me.
Though I know she likes to be near me.

Lisa Lisa, sad Lisa Lisa.

She sits in a corner by the door.
There must be more I can tell her.
If she really wants me to help her.
I'll do what I can to show her the way.
And maybe one day I will free her.
Though I know no one can see her.
Lisa Lisa, sad Lisa Lisa.

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