A-ha Lyrics

Genre: Rock

A-ha Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Stay on These Roads
2 East Of The Sun
3 Take On Me
4 The Blue Sky
5 The Sun Never Shone That Day
6 Crying In The Rain
7 Slender Frame
8 Nothing Is Keeping You Here
9 The Swing of Things
10 Cold River
11 Train of Thought
12 Foot Of The Mountain
13 There's A Reason For It
14 To Let You Win
15 I Wish I Cared
16 Turn The Lights Down
17 And You Tell Me
18 Thought That It Was You
19 Velvet
20 Manhatten Skyline
21 I Dream Myself Alive
22 You'll Never Get Over Me
23 Sunny Mystery
24 Olling Thunder
25 Real Meaning
26 Less Than Pure
27 Hunting High and Low
28 Little Black Heart
29 Mary Ellen Makes The Moment Count
30 The Company Man
31 Here I Stand and Face the Rain
32 Rolling Thunder
33 Love Is Reason
34 The Bandstand
35 Did Anyone Approach You
36 Waiting For Her
37 Barely Hanging On
38 Lifelines
39 Minor Earth Major Sky
40 I Won't Forget Her
41 Summer Moved On
42 You Wanted More
43 Early Morning
44 Hunting High And Low (Remix)
45 Cold As Stone
46 Mother Nature Goes To Heaven
47 There's Never A Foreverthing
48 Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
49 Start The Simulator
50 Heaven's Not For Saints
51 Lie Down In Darkness
52 Shadowside
53 Sycamore Leaves
54 You Are the One
55 Locust
56 The Way We Talk
57 A Little Bit
58 X-mas Time (Blows My Mind)
59 Forever Not Yours
60 October
61 Cosy Prisons
62 Soft Rains of April
63 The Weight of the Wind
64 Celice
65 Manhattan Skyline
66 The Sun Always Shines On T.V.
67 White Canvas
68 White Dwarf
69 Oranges on Appletrees
70 Blue Sky
71 The End Of The Affair
72 Between Your Mama And Yourself
73 Nonstop July (Seemingly)
74 The Blood That Moves the Body
75 Dragonfly
76 Shadowside (Demo Version)
77 The Living Daylights
78 Scoundrel Days
79 Start The Simulator (Stereophonic Mix)
80 Dark Is the Night for All
81 I Call Your Name
82 Minor Earth, Major Sky (Niven's Radio Edit)
83 Cry Wolf lyrics
84 Foot Of The Mountain (Mark Saunders Remix)
85 How Sweet It Was
86 Driftwood
87 (Seemingly) Nonstop July
88 Make it Soon
89 Touchy!
90 Cast In Steel
91 Lamb To The Slaughter
92 Keeper of the Flame
93 Under The Makeup
94 Hurry Home
95 A Fine Blue Line
96 The Wake
97 Afternoon High
98 Shapes That Go Together
99 Living Daylights, The
100 Halfway Through the Tour
101 Forest Fire
102 Memorial Beach
103 Riding The Crest
104 Over the Treetops
105 Objects In The Mirror
106 Cannot Hide
107 Maybe, Maybe
108 Angel
109 Birthright
110 Door Ajar
111 Cry Wolf
112 Analogue
113 Living At The End Of The World
114 Solace
115 You Are The One (Remix)
116 Mythomania
117 I've Been Losing You
118 Time & Again
119 She’s Humming A Tune
120 We're Lookinf For The Whales
121 What There Is
122 The Summers of Your Youth
123 Shadow Endeavors
124 Out of Blue Comes Green
125 Holy Ground
126 Move To Memphis
127 Dont do me any favours
128 Giving Up The Ghost
129 This Alone Is Love
130 I Will Follow Him
131 Butterfly, Butterfly
132 Goodbye Thompson
133 Angel In The Snow
134 You'll End up Crying

A-ha Bio

a-ha is a band from Norway. The group initially rose to fame during the 1980s and has had continued success in the 1990s and 2000s.

a-ha achieved its biggest success with their debut album and single in 1985. Hunting High and Low peaked at number fifteen on the Billboard charts and yielded an international number-one single, "Take on Me", earning the band a Grammy Award nomination as Best New Artist. Hunting High and Low was one of the best-selling albums of 1986. In 1994, the band went on a hiatus, the same year a-ha reached a sales number of 26 million albums sold worldwide. After a performance at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in 1998, the band returned to the studio and recorded 2000's Minor Earth Major Sky, which resulted in a new tour. By 2000, they had reached 36 million albums sold worldwide plus a double figure million singles. In 2002 the band released its seventh studio album Lifelines. 2005's Analogue has been certified silver and is their most successful album in the UK since 1990's East of the Sun, West of the Moon. Their 9th album, Foot of the Mountain, was released on June 19, 2009 (release date different in some countries).

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A-ha