Who Sang Simple Man? Graham Nash

Graham Nash Songs for Beginners cover art

Some other versions of "Simple Man"
Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Gary Robert Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant
release date: 1971
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Classic Rock
length: 2:19
producer: Graham Nash
piano: Graham Nash
lead vocals: Graham Nash
recording engineer: Bill Halverson
violin: David Lindley
background vocals: Rita Coolidge and Graham Nash
cello: Dorian Rudnytsky
mixer: Nathaniel Kunkel
I am a simple man
So I sing a simple song
Never been so much in love
And never hurt so bad at the same time

I am a simple man
So I play a simple tune
I wish that I could see you once again
Across the room like the first time

I just want to hold you
I don't want to hold you down
I hear what you're saying and you're spinning my head around
But I can't make it alone

The ending of the tale
Is the singing of this song
Make me proud to be your man only you can make me strong
Like the last time

I just want to hold you
I don't want to hold you down
I hear what you're saying and you're spinning my head around
But I can't make it alone



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Military Madness
  • 2 Better Days
  • 3 Wounded Bird
  • 4 I Used to Be a King
  • 5 Be Yourself
  • 6 Simple Man
  • 7 Man in the Mirror
  • 8 There's Only One
  • 9 Sleep Song
  • 10 Chicago
  • 11 We Can Change the World

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