Top 10 Best Cinderella SongsOne of the best bands to come out of the hair band era. Tom Keifer is a great musician, can play lead and rhythm guitars, piano, sax, steel guitar...you name it! This band sold a ton of albums, had a ton of airplay for their videos, but they really brought it live also. After years of vocal trouble, lead singer Tom Keifer has never sounded better live and really sounded great on their 2011 tour.
The band some and I wll next go to tour with me keep go with the band I will sing or singer in the stage with you whole your alots song. Sigture in your goupe sigture in a gutiar player some ilke it a lot go to home of blue my real one april 2 happy birthday Troy Fraser I will be 21 st year old.
Was a great breakout song for them I was junior in High school when I heard it. Great song great memories.
Rock'n song that full of emotion and power. One of my personal top 10 songs of all time. Simply rock and roll at its best.
Favorite Song by this band. The best live one I have found was from the Moscow Peace festival in 89.
I never listened to Cinderella until now. I've always been a Brian Johnson AC/DC fan and when I came across this song it sounded like a melodic version of Brian Johnson. I got to say that this band is very talented. Tom Keifers voice in this song is unbelievable but what's even more impressive is his non-falsetto voice. It's similar to Bon Jovi. As a singer myself for over 25 years I can really appreciate what Tom Keifer has overcome. He's smart to take on country music because Heartbreak Station gave us a glimpse. I never ever thought I'd say this but this band and this particular song are both great. Good luck Tom.
I listened to this song along time ago, I liked it then, but I love it now. To me it is one of the best songs ever written, by anybody. Before or since. It has a lot of power in it's arrangements and lyrics. Brilliantly performed and a voice that can't be duplicated by no one, Tom Kiefer is in a class that other singers could only wish for. Michael Greene
That mixture of a powerful voice, wondeful guitar that you find just in great bands. Beautiful!
The Greatest Power ballad of the eighten's, knowed from New York to Paris, Moscow & Tokyo. A must heard!
This is a great song. It is so well written and features the range of Tom Keifer's voice. Awesome melody and all around musicianship. Love it!
A straight forward rocker with excellent guitar, vocals and song writing.
Simply a great rock song regardless of when it was released. Back to basics.
I love Cinderella as much today as I did in the 80's.
This was a song that I was learning on acoustic to sing to my girlfriend as a surprise. We were both big rock fans of the 80s, Cinderella being one of our favorites.
We had made plans to see Tom and his band at busters in Lexington Ky. On his solo tour.
She found out she had terminal cancer and I lost her less than 5 months later.
I didn't get the song down completely before then but she loved it anyway.
I will never listen to this again without a smile and great thoughts of a great girl!
As a teenager I grew up with the powerful tunes from cinderella. On one hand they could rock the room, and on the other hand they could sing the songs that could touch the heart. Thank you for all the Cinderella for being a part of my life.J. pounds Atlanta, Ga.
Touching heart very much!
One of the best.
This song (actually titled Shelter Me) should be #2 and I think if it was released today it would be a huge hit. This song and "Don't Know What You Got" got me listening to Cinderella/Tom Keifer for the first time just this past month. It reminds me of a cross between The Black Crowes, Rolling Stones and Guns n Roses. I'm real impressed that Cinderella took a risk with this song with the sax. It's perfect for this song and an example of why Cinderella shouldn't be lumped into the pile of average hair bands. I'm a big metal fan but also listen to R&B. Tom Keifers amazing vocals in this song, fronting a catchy, rock/blues/metal type rhythm, in my opinion makes this one of the most unique songs I've ever heard.
Just came across this Cinderella song. Great melody and arrangement. Excellent vocals. Should be top 3!
This song is ageless! Should be top 3!
I wish you'd shelter me
Just plain rocks!
By the way, where is the Janis Joplin cover of Move Over from Make a Difference Foundation - Stairway to Heaven Highway to Hell.
Saw Devil City Angels perform this live. awesome! Anyone reading this you gotta check out devil city angels
Kick ass song, awesome riff. no doubt greatest cinderella song
This song needs to be in the top ten, this song was the first Cinderella song I listened to and I love it! I heard it on the house of hair, great show...
Shake me should be in the top 5. This was the first Cinderella song I've ever heard, the music video is kick ass and seeing it live is even better.
First song, best song, the energy is unmatched. Rockers first then ballads!
Should be top three. Fact!
Great songs, very catchy, great hook and lyrics that everyone can relate too!
Not bad from a band from Philly.
I wish he'd save me
Great bluesy start and then this songs just heats up into a smoking rocker!
I absolutely love this song! The transition from the bluesy start into a rock banger is flawless
Simply put, one of the five best rock song's of all time!
LOVE this song. Like all good songs, you know it's coming when the first few notes are played.
From the slow build in the beginning this song is a classic!
Great song. And Shelter Me probably should be on the list twice...
One of those songs that sticks in your head, very catchy, fun, and it rocks!
Pretty silly lyrics, but fun.
Great metal ballad
Such a overlooked song in their catalog, which is absolutely a beautiful song
The most awesome song!
Perfect rock ballad
Very catchy, full of attitude, straight out rocker.
Probably my favourite. It's stood the test of time.
Just love the guitar!
With a lyric like "I was raised by my daddy's hand, my mama taught me how to pray", this one sticks in your head as a rocker that came from the heart!
Such a good song.
Not my favorite, but definitely in the Top 10. The fact that it is not even on the list is blasphemy!
This is a great song, it's one of the greats by Cinderella.
Originally from the Wayne's World Soundtrack. Last song with Fred Coury, I think.
My favorite song off a very under rated album. You can feel the anger in this song and the lyrics are biting.
Excellent song, really shows Tom Keifer's blues influence. But its more than just a blues song. What goes on behind it is incredible and hard to describe. So full of emotion. And Tom's voice is amazing. So good I couldn't stop shaking. Listen to understand.