Cup Of Wonder
The Annotated Jethro Tull Lyrics Page


'Here on the inside,

outside 's so far away'

(The Contents Page)

Now that you've made your way through the introduction page,

it's time to reveal what's in store for you here:


The Jethro Tull Album List

All the officially released albums are here.
Clicking on a title will lead you directly to the lyrics of the selected album.
Album titles with the 'tree-button' contain annotations and additional information.

The Jethro Tull Song List

Are you looking for a specific song? Click to get to the lyrics directly.
Song titles with the 'tree-button' contain annotations and additional information.

Selected Tulllinks

There are more than 100 websites devoted to Jethro Tull.
I selected some the most original and informative ones,
sites that offer the visitor something special.

Acknowledgements & Resources

For who is interested in the sources I used for the information on this site:
You will find them all here, including the names of friends-in-Tull who offered their help.

Cup Of Wonder Site Search

Looking for a specific word, name, place, album title, song title or verseline?
IntraSearch to search quick and easy within the contents of this site:


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(Minimize the new screen after the music started and go on surfing this page).

Click the guitar to see my playlist of great bands and artists I selected.

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In memory of my virtual Tull-friend and lyric-wizard:
Kyle Barnett, + 24th of June 1998

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  "I think music of all kinds should require an effort from everyone involved. Both musicians and audience should be struggling toward something, even if it's not necessarily the same thing. To be getting somewhere to communication, they should both be growing and climbing toward something - making an effort. And probably not getting there .... Which raises all sorts of questions, the question of art for one."

(Ian Anderson in Rolling Stone, July 1971)

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