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Cat Stevens grew up in London in the Greek Restaurant his parents owned called the Moulin Rouge He attended a Catholic school called Saint Josephs Cat and his friend loitered around the theatres bars and clubs during school and during his rebellion as a child he discovered his love for music In the 1960s when Cat got a record deal and started to release his music social and political upheaval occurred Young people started having a say and this made a change to society Cat was released as a teen sensation He went on tours and sold millions of albums Girls wanted him and males wanted to be him He gave all this up to find his true identity He started his spiritual journey when his life was turned upside down A doctor diagnosed him with a fatal illness He was told that he hadnt had long to live Cat was only 19 when diagnosed and did not want to die He did not want to leave this world without knowing where he was going He overcame this illness and through the soul searching and life changing experience became a different person He returned to the music industry with a different sound different views of life and a different man He then went to take on the US market He was a hit the American audience loved him His workload was notched up and his life began to become more tiring He was constantly on the go but as all this was happening in Cats head his search for spirituality grew He became torn between his two images of life a material one and a spiritual life 5 years on he became exhausted and drained Later that year he was swimming and he got swept in a tide and got dragged out to sea He thought his life was over so he made a deal with God you save me God and
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