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Amy MacDonald Lyrics

Amy MacDonald Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Barrowland Ballroom
2 This Is The Life
3 Mad World
4 A Wish For Something More
5 Poison Prince
6 Run
7 The Road To Home
8 Mr Rock & Roll
9 Youth Of Today
10 This Is the Life (iTunes Festival Version)
11 Spark
12 Spark (Tiesto Remix)
13 LA (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
14 Don't Tell Me That It's Over (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
15 The Furthest Star (acoustic)
16 L.A.
17 Slow It Down (unplugged, live at Hitradio Ö3, 03.05.2012)
18 Run (Live)
19 Mr Rock & Roll (Glasgow iTunes Store Version)
20 I Got No Roots
21 Youth of Today (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
22 This Is the Life (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
23 Barrowland Ballroom (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
24 The Green and the Blue (acoustic)
25 Mr Rock and Roll
26 In the End / Two Worlds
27 Run (Steve Craddock Version)
28 Run (iTunes Festival Version)
29 Love Love
30 This Pretty Face (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
31 Let's Start a Band (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
32 Pride (Sing-along instrumental version)
33 Across the Nile (acoustic)
34 Mr. Brightside (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands)
35 Run (Live at Barrowland Ballroom)
36 Poison Prince (Live in Lisbon)
37 Run (Live At King Tuts)
38 An Ordinary Life
39 Your Time Will Come (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
40 The Road to Home (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
41 An Ordinary Life (Live)
42 4th of July (acoustic)
43 Footballer's Wife (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands)
44 Youth of Today (Live from SWR3 New Pop Festival 2008)
45 This Is the Life (Live in Lisbon)
46 Rock 'n' Roll Star (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
47 Give It All Up
48 Mr Rock & Roll (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
49 Fairytail of New York (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
50 Poison Prince (Live)
51 Pride
52 Fairy Tale of New York (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands)
53 Dancing In the Dark (Live from SWR3 New Pop Festival 2008)
54 Dancing In the Dark (Live in Lisbon)
55 Mr Rock & Roll (live)
56 My Only One
57 Footballer's Wife (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
58 Dancing In the Dark (Live)
59 This Pretty Face (Live)
60 4th of July
61 This Is the Life [Fiat]
62 Rock 'n' Roll Star
63 Run (Live in Lisbon)
64 Mr Rock & Roll (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands)
65 This Pretty Face
66 Let's Start a Band (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
67 Pride - Spotify Version
68 Spark (Live)
69 Dancing In the Dark
70 Life in a Beautiful Light (acoustic)
71 Let's Start a Band
72 This Is the Life (Live From King Tuts)
73 Mr Brightside (live From King Tut’s)
74 Troubled Soul
75 Spark (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
76 Run (Radio Edit)
77 4th of July (Singalong Instrumental Version)
78 The Furthest Star
79 Don't Tell Me That It's Over
80 The Road to Home (Live)
81 The Youth of Today
82 Next Big Thing
83 What Happiness Means to Me (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
84 Your Time Will Come (Farewell Olympic Studios Version)
85 Pride (Singalong Instrumental Version)
86 The Game
87 Don’t Tell Me That It’s Over
88 Caledonia (Live)
89 Mr Brightside
90 Your Time Will Come
91 This Is the Life (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
92 Spark (Tom Middleton Mix)
93 4th of July (Sing-along instrumental version)
94 Across the Nile
95 Let’s Start a Band
96 Youth of Today (Live)
97 This Is The Life (Live)
98 Fairytale of New York
99 What Happiness Means To Me
100 No Roots (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
101 Fairytale of New York (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
102 LA
103 The Days of Being Young and Free
104 Spark (Discotech Remix)
105 Barrowland Ballroom (Live)
106 Mr. Brightside (live from King Tut)
107 Dancing In The Dark - Live In Philadelphia
108 Poison Prince (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
109 This Is the Life (live from Barrowland Ballroom, 2010)
110 Footballer's Wife
111 Left That Body Long Ago
112 Mr. Brightside (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands) [Bonus Track] (Live From Glasgow Barrowlands)
113 L.A. (Acoustic With Band)
114 Mr Rock & Roll (live from King Tut)
115 This Is the Life (Metropolis 'On Track' Session)
116 L.A. (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
117 Love Love (live from Barrowland Ballroom, 2010)
118 Ordinary Life
119 Life in a Beautiful Light
120 Mr Rock & Roll (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands) [Bonus Track] (Live From Glasgow Barrowlands)
121 Mr Rock & Roll (Acoustic)
122 Pride (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track]
123 Don't Tell Me That It's Over (Metropolis 'On Track' Session)
124 Footballer's Wife (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
125 An Ordinary Life (live from Barrowland Ballroom, 2010)
126 Footballers Wife
127 Human Spirit
128 This Is the Life (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track]
129 Mr Rock & Roll (Live from King Tuts)
130 Give It All Up (Acoustic W14 Session)
131 Mr Brightside (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
132 An Ordinary Life (Live Philharmonic Orchestral Version)
133 Slow It Down
134 Pretty Face
135 The Green and the Blue
136 Footballer's Wife (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands) [Bonus Track]
137 Don't Tell Me That It's Over (Acoustic Version German Radio Tour)
138 Born to Run (Live)
139 The Youth of Today (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
140 Mr Rock & Roll (Live At Barrowland Ballroom)
141 Slow It Down (acoustic)
142 Born to Run
143 In the End
144 Fairy Tale of New York (Live from Glasgow Barrowlands) [Bonus Track] (Live From Glasgow Barrowlands)

Amy MacDonald Albums

Amy MacDonald Bio

Amy Macdonald (born 25 August 1987 in Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire) is a Scottish singer/songwriter.

Her debut album, This Is The Life, was released on 30 July 2007 and has now sold over 1,500,000 copies worldwide. Her first single, "Poison Prince", was released on 7 May 2007. She has played shows at music festivals such as Glastonbury, Hyde Park, T in the Park, and V festival. Amy is signed to record company Vertigo, the same record label which hosts The Killers and Razorlight.

Macdonald started playing on-stage acoustic gigs at the age of 15. Her main influences include Travis and The Libertines. After playing several shows across mainland Europe, Macdonald plans to play at various festivals such as V Fest during the summer of 2008.

Macdonald attended Bishopbriggs High School.

She is a self taught musician and started to play her father's guitar after being inspired by Travis at the T in the Park Festival in 2000, where she heard Travis' song Turn and wanted to play it herself.

Macdonald started her trade at various pubs and coffee houses in and around Glasgow at the tender age of 15. She regularly played open mic slots at the city's Brunswick Cellars on Sauchiehall Street. She sent a demo CD away to an advert in the back of NME magazine and was signed to production company 'Melodramatic'

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_Macdonald_(singer)