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America Lyrics

Genre: Rock

America Lyrics - by Popularity

1 A Horse with No Name
2 The Last Unicorn
3 Submarine Ladies
4 Saturn Nights
5 Overwhelming World Suite (overwhelming World - Come Back - Barstow)
6 Mirror To Mirror
7 Emma
8 Living Isn't Really Giving
9 I Need You
10 Lonely People
11 All My Life
12 Never Be Lonely
13 Wheels Are Turning
14 Hideaway Part II
15 You Can Do Magic
16 To Each His Own
17 Ventura Highway
18 TinMan
19 Love On The Vine
20 Another Try
21 Ports-of-call
22 Sunrise Sunset
23 Muskrat Love
24 Weather With You
25 Today's The Day
26 Sister Golden Hair
27 Right Back To Me
28 Mitchum Junction (demo)
29 Inspector Mills
30 Call Of The Wild
31 Now Sue
32 That's All I've Got To Say
33 Jody
34 Your Move
35 Close To The Wind
36 Town And Country
37 Green Monkey
38 Only A Kid At Heart
39 Sister Golden Hair (1975, Mdy)
40 Con Tu Pelo Tan Dorado (Sister Golden Hair)
41 Tin Man (1974)
42 In The Country
43 Here
44 Mad Dog
45 All Around
46 Goodbye Highway
47 Pigeon Song
48 Jet Boy Blue
49 Hollywood
50 Comin' Into Los Angeles
51 Down To The Water
52 5th Avenue
53 Letter
54 Coastline
55 Honey
56 Riverside
57 God Of The Sun
58 No Fortune
59 Sleigh Ride
60 One Morning
61 James Holladay (demo)
62 I Don't Believe In Miracles
63 My Kinda Woman
64 Hot Town
65 A Horse With No Name (1971)
66 Don't Cross The River (1972)
67 Sarah
68 Lady With A Bluebird
69 Old Virginia
70 Desperate Love
71 I Need You (1971)
72 Slow Down
73 Golden
74 See How The Love Goes
75 People In the Valley
76 Till I Hear From You
77 Even The Score
78 Who Loves You
79 The Border
80 Till the Sun Comes Up Again
81 Lonely People (1974)
82 Hard To Sleep
83 Now That I'm A Woman
84 These Brown Eyes
85 Winter Wonderland
86 Special Girl
87 Seasons
88 Someday
89 Don't Cross the River
90 Survival
91 Tonight Is For Dreamers
92 Pages
93 Muskrat Love (1971)
94 On Target
95 Goodbye
96 Frosty The Snowman
97 Stereo
98 Simple Life (japanese Import Cd Bonus)
99 A Christmas To Remember
100 Valentine
101 Woman Tonight
102 One Day's Duning
103 Only In Your Heart (1972)
104 A Road Song
105 The Farm
106 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
107 Unconditional Love
108 The Story of a Teenager
109 Always Love
110 Only In Your Heart
111 You Could've Been The One
112 Right Before My Eyes
113 Garden Of Peace
114 Children
115 Wednesday Morning
116 Sandman (1971)
117 Caroline No
118 Hat Trick
119 Ventura Highway (Deepsky's Blizzard In L.A. Remix)
120 We Got All Night
121 Tomorrow
122 Early Bird
123 Baby It's Up to You
124 Brothers And Sisters
125 Greenhouse
126 Clarice
127 Playing God
128 On The Way Home
129 The Rain Song
130 It's Life
131 This Time
132 1960
133 Can't You See
134 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
135 Right Before Your Eyes('rudolph Valentino')
136 Glad To See You
137 Amber Cascades
138 Hope
139 Donkey Jaw
140 Sh Boom
141 Whispering
142 Something In The Way
143 My Back Pages
144 The Winter Of Our Love
145 Molten Love
146 Look At Me Now
147 Don't Let It Get You Down
148 Van Go Gan (Oil & Water Mix)
149 Sometimes Lovers
150 Crying In My Sleep
151 Sheltering Sky
152 World Alone
153 Ventura Highway (1972, Pjh)
154 In The Dark
155 Twist And Shout
156 Rainbow Song
157 Silent Night
158 All Night
159 Hideaway Part I
160 You Girl
161 Company
162 Never Found the Time
163 Simple Life
164 Are You There
165 Indian Summer
166 The Tree
167 She's Gonna Let You Down
168 Everyone I Meet Is From California
169 And Forever
170 Cast The Spirit
171 Miniature
172 Daisy Jane
173 Sleeper Train
174 California Dreamin'
175 Don't Cry Baby
176 Let It Snow
177 Someday We'll Know
178 Foolin'
179 Catch That Train
180 Don't Let Me Be Lonely
181 What Does It Matter
182 House Of Cards
183 Whole Wide World
184 Rainy Day
185 The Star
186 One Chance
187 Willow Tree Lullaby
188 Sailing To Philadelphia
189 High In The City
190 You
191 Houses In White
192 Young Moon
193 Van Go Gan
194 Hell's On Fire
195 Paradise
196 Can't Fall Asleep To A Lullaby
197 Wind Wave
198 Time Of The Season
199 Lovely Night
200 Hangover
201 Love's Worn Out Again
202 California Revisited (everyone I Meet Is From California)
203 International
204 From A Moving Train
205 Sandman
206 Watching The Time Go By
207 How Long Must This Go On
208 Hurricane
209 Cinderella
210 Bell Tree
211 Til I Hear It From You
212 She's A Liar
213 I Do Believe In You
214 My Dear
215 Cornwall Blank
216 Old Man Took
217 Hidden Talent
218 Three Roses
219 Monster
220 Right Before Your Eyes
221 Fallin' Off The World
222 Half A Man
223 Woodstock
224 Only Game In Town
225 She's Beside You
226 Head and Heart
227 Sergeant Darkness
228 Kiss Of Life
229 Without Her
230 Look Up, Look Down
231 Now She's Gone
232 It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
233 (It's Like You) Never Left At All
234 Midnight
235 Something In The Way She Moves
236 Tall Treasures
237 Might Be Your Love
238 She's A Runaway
239 Moon Song
240 Last Two To Dance
241 Moment To Moment
242 California Revisited
243 My American Dream
244 Political Poachers
245 Horse Without No Name
246 Caroline
247 Watership Down
248 One In A Million
249 Someday Woman
250 Tin Man
251 Love Comes Without Warning
252 Oloololo
253 Goodbye Highway (The Sporty Remix)
254 Nothing's So Far Away (as Yesterday)

America Bio

America is an English-American folk rock musical band, composed originally of members Gerry Beckley, Dewey Bunnell, and Dan Peek. The three members were barely past their teenage years when they became a musical sensation during 1972, scoring #1 hits and winning a Grammy for best new musical artist. Their recording success was almost entirely throughout the 1970s; some of the band's best known songs are "A Horse with No Name", "Sister Golden Hair" (both of which reached #1), "Ventura Highway", "Tin Man", "Daisy Jane", and "Lonely People".

Some of the band's singles and albums were successful commercially, and they attracted the services of The Beatles' producer, George Martin, for a series of seven albums.

The band suffered a heavy blow when Dan Peek quit the group in 1977, right at its apex, but Beckley and Bunnell returned America to the top 10 as a duo with "You Can Do Magic" in 1982. Continuing to tour (for almost four decades now), America maintains a loyal fan base and performs over 100 shows per year.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/America_(band)