The Annie Lennox Collection is the first greatest hits album by Scottish singer-songwriter Annie Lennox. It was released on 9 March 2009 and also contains two brand-new songs, "Shining Light", originally a song by Ash, and a cover of Keane's rare B-side "Closer Now", retitled "Pattern of My Life". The artwork was shot by rock singer Bryan Adams.
-1 Little Bird -2 Walking On Broken Glass -3 Why -4 No More "I Love You's" -5 Precious -6 A Whiter Shade Of Pale -7 A Thousand Beautiful Things -8 Sing -9 Pavement Cracks -10 Cold -11 Dark Road -12 Pattern Of My Life -13 Shining Light -14 Something So Right -15 Waiting In Vain
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Have you watched Annie Lennox - The Collection yet? What did you think about it?