This page allows you to find information about Cheryl's songs. To order her albums, try the Where to Get Cheryl's Albums page.
There are several ways you can search for a song:
- Songs at Recent Concerts
- If you heard a song at a recent concert, try this page. It lists the songs that she has been performing recently, and is probably the easiest way to find the song you are looking for.
- Search Lyrics
- If you don't recognize the song from the above page, try this one. You can enter some words you remember from the song, and search the song lyrics for those words.
- If you know the name of the song, this is the quickest way to look it up.
- By Song Types
- If you still haven't found the song you are looking for, try this page. It allows you to search for songs based on the type of song or topic (like happy song, song about growing up / older, lost love, nature, people, etc.)
- E-mail me
- If all else fails, send e-mail to CherylWheeler.email@example.com and I will try to help you find the song.
If you want to know what album has a given song, then you should go to the song page for that song. At the bottom will be a list of all the recordings of that song (if any). Each entry will be linked to the albums page for that album.
If you want to know where to get Cheryl's albums, try the Where to Get Cheryl's Albums page.
If you are looking for a song that you heard at a concert, then you probably want to check the Set Lists page, which lists the songs that Cheryl has been performing recently. Since she often does requests of older songs, it is still possible that the song won't be on that page, but you are probably better off starting there.
If you remember some words from the song, you can try to search the lyrics.
If you don't know the name of the song, but can remember what the song was about, then try the Song Types page. This page groups the songs by certain topics and/or song types. You should be able to find the song if you try a few of the topics that might apply.
If all else fails, you can always send e-mail to CherylWheeler.firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me what you remember about the song. I will try to help you out.