'New York New York (so good they named it twice)',
words and music by Gerard Kenny
Chappell Music, 50 New Bond Street, London W1A 2BR. 1978.
Copyright D & J Arlon 1978.
'I made it through the rain',words by Drey Shepperd, Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman, Barry Manilow and music by Gerard Kenny.
Chappell Music, 50 New Bond Street, London W1A 2BR.
Copyright D & J Arlon 1981.
'The other woman the other man', words and music by Gerard Kenny and Barry Mason.
Lyrics by Gerard Kenny, -Maggie, New York, New York(So good they named it twice), I'm leaving home again , Music and words , Getting to know each other, No one knows
Lyrics by Drey Shepperd, -You ain't pretty, Southern Comfort, Fit to be tied, D,d,dancing, You're the best, Love, Son of a song and dance man, Drinkin, Nickels and dimes, April's end, Buckinghamshire, Living on music, Pavement Princess, Jailbait, Outlaw, Michael, Love words, Run for your love, City living, Crime the pays, Sucker for love, Summertime sunshine, Simple Song, Red Hot Radio, Fantasy, Crazy Sadie, You got to be good to get me, Old friends, Play me some Porter please,
Lyrics by Michael Leeson, -No man's land , Staying power, Not just another pretty face.
Lyrics by Barry Mason, -only love, Hold on to your love, The other woman the other man
Lyrics by Drey Shepperd, Bruce Sussman, Jack Feldman, Barry Manilow, -I made it through the rain
Lyric by Dennis Waterman, -
I could be so good for you
Lyrics by Ira Gasman, -Not Funny, Don't take candy from strangers,
Lyrics by ??? English, -World full of laughter
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, -I've been married Some People. Brocades and Coronets
Lyrics by Jenny Roscoe, -Farewell Canberra
Lyrics by Lynsey De Paul, -There's no place like London
'I made it through the rain' by Barry Manilow, 1981, Arista ARIST384.