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Accept Lyrics

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Accept Lyrics - by Popularity

1 No Time to Lose
2 Shades Of Death
3 Teutonic Terror
4 Pomp And Circumstance
5 Princess of the Dawn
6 Death Row
7 Street Fighter
8 Midnight Mover
9 Breaker
10 Pandemic
11 Shake Your Heads
12 D-train
13 Winter Dreams
14 T. V. War
15 I'm A Rebel
16 Bulletproof
17 Russian Roulette
18 All Or Nothing
19 Turn Me On
20 Kill The Pain
21 Metal Heart
22 Flash Rockin' Man
23 Teach Us To Survive
24 Amamos La Vida
25 I Wanna Be No Hero
26 Heaven Is Hell
27 Take Out The Crime
28 Rollin Thunder
29 This One's For You
30 No Shelter
31 What Else
32 Losers And Winners
33 Aiming High
34 Bad Habits Die Hard
35 The Abyss
36 Chain Reaction
37 It's Hard To Find A Way
38 Bound To Fail
39 Sounds of War
40 Man Enough To Cry
41 Slaves To Metal
42 That's Rock & Roll
43 Mistreated
44 Screaming For A Love-Bite
45 Balls to the Wall
46 Down And Out
47 Sodom & Gomorra
48 New World Comin'
49 Diggin' In The Dirt
50 Don't Give A Damn
51 Run If You Can
52 Wrong Is Right
53 Hard Attack
54 Son of a Bitch
55 China Lady
56 Blood Of The Nations
57 Starlight
58 Writing On The Wall
59 Glad to Be Alone
60 Losing More Than You`ve Ever Had
61 Helldriver
62 Predator
63 Another Second To Be
64 I Don't Wanna Be Like You
65 Thunder And Lightning
66 Just Be My Own
67 Run Through The Night
68 Dogs On Leads
69 Ahead of the Pack
70 Guns 'R' Us
71 Hellhammer
72 Demon's Night
73 Monsterman
74 Like A Loaded Gun
75 200 Years
76 Don't Go Stealing My Heart Away
77 Burning
78 Stalingrad
79 Love Sensation
80 Bloodbath Mastermind
81 Tired of Me
82 Fast As a Shark
83 Can't Stand The Night
84 Prejudice
85 Hellfire
86 From the Ashes We Rise
87 Crossroads
88 Stand Tight
89 Flash to Bang Time
90 Prisoner
91 The Curse
92 Crucified
93 Fight It Back
94 Get Ready
95 Feelings
96 Shadow Soldiers
97 Stand 4 What U R
98 Final Journey
99 Too High To Get It Right
100 Guardian Of The Night
101 Neon Nights
102 Midnight Highway
103 Stone Evil
104 Revolution
105 Turn The Wheel
106 I’m A Rebel
107 Up To The Limit
108 Head Over Heels
109 The Beast
110 Against the World
111 X-T-C
112 It’s Hard To Find A Way
113 Restless and Wild
114 Walking In The Shadow
115 Bucketful Of Hate
116 Twist of Fate
117 Monster Man
118 It Ain't Over Yet
119 Don't Go Stealing My Soul Away
120 The Quick and the Dead
121 Do It
122 Morning Sun
123 Free Me Now
124 Lay It Down
125 Rich And Famous
126 Never Forget
127 Making Me Scream
128 Beat The Bastards
129 Bad Religion
130 Break The Ice
131 Time Machine
132 The Galley
133 Donation
134 Locked And Loaded
135 Dead On!
136 Restless & Wild
137 Stampede
138 Save Us
139 Lady Lou
140 Primitive
141 Love Child
142 Land Of The Free
143 Dying Breed
144 Seawinds
145 Drifting Apart
146 Dark Side of My Heart
147 Objection Overruled
148 Generation Clash Ii
149 The King
150 Generation Clash
151 Fall of the Empire
152 Protectors Of Terror
153 London Leatherboys
154 Trail of Tears
155 Wanna Be Free
156 Living For Tonite
157 Sick, Dirty And Mean
158 Take Him in My Heart
159 Breaking Up Again
160 Hung, Drawn and Quartered
161 I Can't Believe In You

Accept Bio

Accept are a German heavy metal band from the town of Solingen, originally assembled in the early 1970s by Udo Dirkschneider. They played an important role in the development of speed metal and Teutonic thrash metal, being part of the German heavy/speed/power metal scene to emerge in the early to mid 1980s. The band's 1983 album, Balls to the Wall, subsequently became their most successful release, featuring its well-known hit with the same title. Following their disbandment in 1997 and brief resurrection in 2005, they reunited in 2009 without Dirkschneider.

Accept were originally founded in 1968 by Udo Dirkschneider and Michael Wagener under the name Band X. For many years after its founding, Accept went through constant changes to its line-up and was essentially kept on an amateur level, making sporadic appearances in festival concerts. Their professional career began in 1976, when they were invited to play at one of the first rock and roll festivals from Germany — Rock am Rhein. Following the festival, the band received a recording deal. Their first recording was the self-titled Accept album which did not achieve much commercial success.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accept