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Adam Ant Lyrics

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Adam Ant Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Vive le Rock
2 Human Bondage Den
3 Viva Le Rock (instrumental Dub Mix)
4 Picasso Visita El Planeta De Los Simios
5 Brain Candy
6 Beautiful Dream
7 Greta-X
8 Prince Charming
9 Don't Be Square (be There)
10 Man Called Marco
11 Why Do Girls Love Horses
12 Christian D'or
13 Alien
14 Amazon
15 Jolly Roger
16 Beat My Guest
17 B-Side Baby
18 Very Long Ride
19 Apollo 9
20 Ants Invasion
21 Rough Stuff
22 All Girl Action
23 Stand and Deliver
24 Making History
25 Physical (You're So)
26 Hell's Eight Acres
27 Zerox
28 Yin & Yang
29 Don't Knock It
30 Red Scab
31 Miss Thing
32 Headgear
33 Little Devil
34 Obsession
35 Montreal
36 Persuasion
37 Goody Two Shoes
38 Fat Fun
39 Here Comes the Grump
40 Fall-In
41 Digital Tenderness
42 Friends (Version 2)
43 Gotta Be A Sin
44 Manners & Physique
45 Puerto Rican
46 Vampires
47 Room At The Top
48 Young Parisians
49 S.e.x.
50 Kiss the Drummer
51 The Idea
52 Wonderful
53 Shrink
54 Apollo 9 Accapella Reprise
55 Whip In My Valise
56 Won't Take That Talk
57 Dog Eat Dog
58 Who's A Goofy Bunny?
59 Bullshit
60 U.S.S.A.
61 That Voodoo
62 How Can I Say I Miss You? (Reprise)
63 Young, Dumb & Full Of It
64 Cajun Twisters
65 Manners And Physique
66 Feed Me To The Lions
67 When I Was A Sperm
68 A.n.t.s.
69 Baby, Let Me Scream At You
70 No Zap
71 Crackpot History and the Right to Lie
72 Young, Dumb And Full Of It
73 Vince Taylor
74 Cartrouble (part 1)
75 Libertine
76 P. O. E.
77 Desperate but Not Serious
78 Hampstead
79 Killer in the Home
80 Sausage
81 Catholic Day
82 Five Guns West
83 Yours, Yours, Yours
84 Razor Keen
85 Friend or Foe
86 Friends
87 Kings of the Wild Frontier
88 Cradle Your Hatred
89 Day I Met God
90 Navel To Neck
91 Animals And Men
92 Rip Down
93 Mohair Locker Room Pin-Up Boys
94 Los Rancheros
95 Vivienne's Tears
96 Deutscher Girls
97 Sexatise You
98 Playboy
99 Cartrouble
100 1969 Again
101 Hello I Love You
102 Car Trouble
103 The Human Beings
104 How Can I Say I Miss You?
105 Survival Of The Fetish
106 Puss'n Boots
107 Cleopatra
108 A Man Called Marco
109 The Magnificent Five
110 Dirty Beast
111 Friends (version 1)
112 Ant Rap
113 Spanish Games
114 Angel
115 Made of Money
116 Charge of the Heavy Brigade
117 Anger Inc.
118 Darlin' Boy
119 Goes Around
120 Mile High Club
121 Strip
122 Family Of Noise
123 Mohair Lockeroom Pin-Up Boys
124 Bright Lights Black Leather
125 Valentine's
126 Lady
127 Mowhok
128 Vanity
129 Kick
130 Place in the Country
131 Punkyoungirl
132 Can't Set Rules About Love
133 Stay In The Game
134 Plastic Surgery
135 Mohair Lockeroom Pinup Boys
136 Never Trust A Man (With Egg On His Face)
137 Image Of Yourself
138 Something Girls
139 Gun in My Pocket
140 If You Keep On
141 Marrying The Gunner's Daughter
142 It Doesn't Matter
143 Scorpio Rising
144 Nine Plan Failed
145 Try This for Sighs
146 Hardmentoughblokes
147 Piccadilly
148 What's Going On
149 Scorpios
150 Juanito the Bandito
151 Tabletalk
152 Antmusic
153 Cool Zombie

Adam Ant Bio

Adam Ant (born Stuart Leslie Goddard on 3 November 1954 in Marylebone, London) is an English musician who gained popularity as the lead singer of New Wave/post-punk group Adam and the Ants  and later as a solo artist, scoring ten UK top ten hits between 1980 and 1983, including three No.1s. Ant was also a star in America where he not only scored a string of hit singles and albums, but was once voted sexiest man in America by the viewers of MTV. He is also an actor, having appeared in over two dozen films or television episodes between 1985 and 2003.

Since 2010, Ant has undertaken a major reactivation of his musical career, performing live regularly in his hometown London and beyond, recording a new album and with a UK national tour now completed. His present comeback continues and thrives despite concerns about such activities being merely another symptom of the mental health issues which were in considerable part responsible for his lengthy spell of near-inactivity spanning the late 1990s and 2000s.

Stuart Goddard was born an only child in Marylebone. One of the themes he used in his later work — oppressed minorities — was part of his inheritance; he is of Romnichal descent. His maternal grandfather, Walter Albany Smith, was a full-blooded Romani. His uncle (his mother's brother), disappeared when he travelled to Australia ahead of his wife Joan. Home was two rooms in De Walden buildings, St John's Wood. He recalls "There was no luxury, but there was always food on the table." His father, Leslie Goddard, worked as a chauffeur and his mother, Betty Kathleen Smith, was a domestic cleaner, briefly working for Paul McCartney.

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