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Aimee Mann Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Aimee Mann Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Fifty Years After The Fair
2 Save Me
3 No One Is Watching You Now
4 Ghost World
5 David Denies
6 Nothing Is Good Enough
7 The Moth
8 Amateur
9 Take It Back
10 You Do
11 It Takes All Kinds
12 Everything's Different Now
13 Deathly
14 Driving Sideways
15 You're With Stupid Now
16 Long Shot
17 Real Bad News
18 Rip In Heaven
19 The Other End(of The Telescope)
20 High on Sunday 51
21 Humpty Dumpty
22 Red Vines
23 The Fall of the World's Own Optimist
24 Pavlov's Bell
25 Crash And Burn
26 Ray
27 Calling It Quits
28 This Is How It Goes
29 That's Just What You Are
30 Limits To Love
31 Guys Like Me
32 What About Love
33 Do It Again
34 Two of Us
35 Driving With One Hand On The Wheel
36 Invisible Ink
37 Jimmy Hoffa Jokes
38 It's Not
39 Put On Some Speed
40 Satellite
41 Choice in the Matter
42 Wise Up
43 Today's the Day
44 Backfire
45 Stranger Into Starman
46 How Am I Different
47 Baby Blue
48 Just Like Anyone
49 It's Not Going To Stop
50 I Could Hurt You Now
51 Lost In Space
52 Columbus Ave.
53 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
54 Build That Wall
55 Angels Never Call
56 Goodbye Stranger (Supertramp)
57 Coming Up Close
58 Mr Harris
59 Nobody Does It Better
60 Have Mercy
61 Say Anything
62 Are You Serious?
63 Don't Watch Me Bleed
64 I Could Get Used To This
65 Just Like Me.
66 Looking Over My Shoulder
67 Will She Just Fall Down
68 You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch
69 Frankenstein
70 Truth On My Side
71 Winning The War
72 Nightmare Girl
73 It's Not Safe
74 I Can't Help You Anymore
75 You Know The Rest
76 River
77 I Should've Known
78 Little Tornado
79 The Scientist (Live)
80 Momentum
81 Charmer
82 Freeway (Acoustic)
83 I've Had It
84 (Believed You Were) Lucky
85 True Believer
86 Par For The Course
87 One
88 Disappeared
89 The Great Beyond (Acoustic)
90 Jacob Marley's Chain
91 Sign Of Love
92 Ballantines
93 Labrador
94 Lullaby
95 Put Me On Top
96 Enough
97 Sugarcoated
98 Christmastime
99 Crazytown
100 How Can You Give Up?
101 Fighting The Stall
102 Superball
103 Winter Wonderland
104 Soon Enough
105 Lover's Day
106 Stupid Thing
107 'j' For Jules
108 I Can't Get My Head Around It
109 I'll Be Home For Christmas
110 Living a Lie
111 Way Back When
112 Freeway
113 Going Through The Motions
114 You Could Make A Killing
115 Observatory (Unreleased)
116 Slip and Roll
117 On Sunday
118 Don't Feel Like Cryin'
119 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
120 Gumby
121 Sleeping And Waking
122 Looking For Nothing
123 Beautiful
124 White Christmas
125 Gamma Ray
126 Phoenix
127 That's how i knew this story would break my heart
128 Long Gone
129 Dear John
130 Love In A Vacuum
131 Barfly
132 Borrowing Time
133 Why Must I
134 Whatever Happened To Christmas
135 Maybe Monday
136 Red Flag Diver
137 4th Of July
138 It's Over
139 All Over Now
140 Video
141 Calling On Mary
142 No More Crying
143 Goodbye Caroline
144 Could've Been Anyone
145 Thirty One Today
146 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
147 King Of The Jailhouse
148 Sleep
149 She Really Wants You
150 Great Beyond
151 One Is The Loneliest Number
152 Voices Carry
153 Little Bombs
154 Susan
155 Medicine Wheel
156 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
157 Who Knows
158 I Was Thinking I Could Clean Up for Christmas
159 I Know There's A Word

Aimee Mann Bio

Aimee Mann (born September 8, 1960) is an American rock guitarist, bassist, singer, and noted songwriter. She has won a Grammy Award (for the packaging of her album The Forgotten Arm).

Aimee Mann grew up in Bon Air, Virginia, graduated from Midlothian High School and attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but dropped out to sing with her first punk rock band, the Young Snakes; the band released the EP Bark Along with the Young Snakes in 1982, and a compilation album was issued in 2004.

In 1983, seeking a return to "sweetness and melody", she co-founded with Berklee classmate and boyfriend Michael Hausman the new wave band 'Til Tuesday, which achieved success in 1985 with its first album, Voices Carry. The title song is said to be inspired by Hausman and Mann's breakup.

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