Helen Reddy
Candle On The Water

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I'll be your candle on the water

My love for you will always burn
I know you're lost and drifting
But the clouds are lifting
Don't give up you'll have somewhere to turn

I'll be your candle on the water
'Till ev'ry wave is warm and bright
My soul is there beside you
Let this candle guide you
Soon you'll see a golden stream of light

A cold and friendless tide has found you
Don't let the stormy darkness pull you down
I'll paint a ray of hope around you
Circling in the air
Lighted by a prayer

I'll be your candle on the water
This flame inside of me will grow
Keep holding on you'll make it
Here's my hand so take it
Look for me reaching out to show
As sure as rivers flow
I'll never let you go
I'll never let you go
I'll never let you go...

1976 Walt Disney Music Co. and Wonderland Music Co., Inc.

Words and music by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn

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Up Close and Personal:

Helen Reddy    (25 Oct 1941)

I am woman, watch me show my versatility, strength, my amazing vocal talent and so much more!

Helen Reddy is an Australian singer and actress who was born into a family of famous vaudeville performers and started performing with her parents at age 4. 

She had tremendous success in the 1970s with several #1 singles.  She has  sold more than 15 million albums and 10 million singles, and was the first Australian performer to win a Grammy award.

Her first major hit was was a cover of "I Don't Know How To Love Him" (1971). Then there was international success with the feminist anthem she wrote "I Am Woman" (her first U.S #1 hit) which earned her a Grammy Award for Female Pop Vocal Performance and was followed in the next three years by other hits (seven of them being #1 on the charts) including "Delta Dawn" 1973, "Angie Baby", "Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress)" (#3), "Keep on Singing" (#15, 1974), "You And Me Against The World", "Emotion",  "Peaceful" (#15),  "Ain't No Way To Treat A Lady" (#8, 1975),  "Somewhere in the Night" (#19; later a bigger hit for Barry Manilow), "I Can't Hear You No More" (1976) and a remake of "You're My World". Her last record to make the charts was "I Can't Say Goodbye To You" (1981).

Helen Reddy has played at Carnegie Hall and Royal Albert Hall, hosted a primetime variety show, was the first female western singer to be invited to sing in China,  has the song she wrote "I Am Woman" included in U.S. history books, headlined to Las Vegas to standing room only crowds,

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and is currently a hypno-therapist  and motivational speaker in Australia. At the height of her career, life changed with the death of her parents and the discovery that she had a rare and incurable disease.

Genre: Pop,  Easy Listening

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