1. "A Good Heart" (Maria McKee)
2. "You Little Thief"
3. "Ghost Train"
4. "Ashes and Diamonds"
5. "Made to Measure"
6. "Someone to Somebody"
7. "Don't Leave It to Nature"
8. "Love and Hate"
9. "Bitter Man"
10. "It's All Over Now" (Bobby Womack, Shirley Womack)
Feargal Sharkey (born Sean Feargal Sharkey, 13 August 1958 in Derry, Northern Ireland) is a singer, who first found fame as the lead vocalist of pop punk band The Undertones, famous for the hit single "Teenage Kicks", discovered by John Peel. Since the end of his recording career he has worked in the business side of music and held several leadership roles in the industry.
Sharkey's debut single was a collaboration with Madness member Cathal Smyth titled "Listen To Your Father". The single was released on Madness's label Zarjazz Records reaching #23 in the UK charts. The track was performed on Top of the Pops with members of Madness.
His best-known solo material is the 1985 UK chart-topping single penned by Maria McKee, "A Good Heart", which went to number one in several countries. His solo work is significantly different from the semi-punk offerings of The Undertones. He also had UK number 5 in 1986 with "You Little Thief". This song has a link with "A Good Heart": "You Little Thief" was written by Benmont Tench, a member of Tom Petty's band, about his relationship with Maria McKee in response to Maria McKee writing "A Good Heart" about him.