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Annie Lennox Lyrics

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Annie Lennox Lyrics - by Popularity

1 A Whiter Shade Of Pale
2 Why
3 Shining Light
4 Smithereens
5 No More "I Love You's"
6 Cold
7 A Thousand Beautiful Things
8 Little Bird
9 Sweet Dreams
10 Stay By Me
11 Pavement Cracks
12 Lost
13 The Hurting Time
14 Ladies of the Canyon
15 There Must Be An Angel
16 Something so Right
17 The Saddest Song
18 Don't Let Me Down
19 Keep Young and Beautiful
20 Put A Little Love In Your Heart
21 Thin Line Between Love and Hate
22 Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
23 Primitive
24 Ghosts In My Machine
25 A Thousand Beautiful Things (Bimbo Jones Stealth Mix)
26 Walking On Broken Glass
27 A 1000 Beautiful Things
28 Live With Me, And Be My Love
29 Angel
30 The Holly & The Ivy
31 You Belong To Me
32 Colored Bedspread
33 Pavement Cracks (Mac Quayle Extended Mix)
34 First Noel
35 Don't Let It Bring You Down
36 September In The Rain
37 Honestly
38 (I'm Always Touched) By Your Presence, Dear
39 Sing
40 Wonderful (Dave Aud� Mixshow)
41 As Joseph Was A Walking
42 Downtown Lights
43 I Can Dream, Can't I?
44 Wonderful
45 Heaven
46 Big Sky
47 Pavement Cracks (Album Version)
48 Il Est Né Le Divin Enfant
49 I Can't Get Next to You
50 The Nearness Of You
51 Bitter Pill
52 Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
53 Fingernail Moon
54 Wonderful (Sander Kleinenberg's Vocal Club)
55 God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman
56 Mood Indigo
57 Loneliness
58 Dream Angus
59 1,000 Beautiful Things
60 Into The West (Edit)
61 See Amid The Winter's Snow
62 Bridge Over Troubled Water
63 Wonderful (Dave Aud�'s Nu Romantic Mixshow)
64 O Little Town Of Bethlehem
65 Take Me to the River
66 It's Alright Baby's Coming Back
67 Erased
68 Oh God (Prayer)
69 Legend In My Living Room
70 Lullay Lullay (Coventry Carol)
71 Use Well The Days
72 Twisted
73 A Thousand Beautiful Things (Rauhofer, G&D, Bimbo Jones)
74 When Tomorrow Comes
75 The Saddest Song I've Got
76 Many Rivers To Cross (Idol Gives Back Performance)
77 Train in Vain
78 I Can Dream, Can’t I
79 Oh God
80 Into The West
81 Pattern Of My Life
82 Money Can't Buy It
83 Memphis In June
84 Waiting In Vain
85 Here Comes The Rain Again
86 What's Goin On?
87 Dark Road
88 Hush, Hush, Hush
89 Precious
90 Georgia On My Mind
91 A Whiter Shade Of Pearl
92 No More I Love You’s
93 Under Pressure
94 Love Is Blind
95 Coloured Bedspread
96 In The Bleak Midwinter
97 I Put A Spell On You
98 Love Song For A Vampire
99 Syracuse
100 Pavement Cracks (Gabriel & Dresden Club Mix)
101 Everybody Hurts
102 Summertime
103 Gift
104 Step By Step
105 River Deep, Mountain High
106 A Thousand Beautiful Things (Gabriel and Dresden Techfunk Mix)
107 Universal Child
108 The Gift
109 I Cover The Waterfront
110 The Thin Line Between Love And Hate
111 Mama
112 Womankind
113 Silent Night
114 Strange Fruit
115 Love Comes
116 Through The Glass Darkly
117 A Thousand Beautiful Things (Bimbo Jones Stealth Dub)
118 Angels From The Realms Of Glory
119 God Bless The Child

Annie Lennox Bio

Annie Lennox, OBE (born 25 December 1954), born Ann Lennox, is a Scottish singer-songwriter, political activist and philanthropist. After achieving moderate success in the late 1970s as part of the new wave band The Tourists, she and fellow musician Dave Stewart went on to achieve major international success in the 1980s as Eurythmics. Lennox is the most recognised female artist at the Brit Awards, winning a total of eight awards, including Best British Female Artist six times. She has also been named the "Brits Champion of Champions".

Lennox embarked on a solo career in 1992 with her debut album, Diva, which produced several hit singles including "Why" and "Walking on Broken Glass". To date, she has released six solo studio albums and a compilation album, The Annie Lennox Collection (2009). Aside from her eight Brit Awards, she has also collected four Grammy Awards and an MTV Video Music Award. In 2002, Lennox received a Billboard Century Award; the highest accolade from Billboard Magazine. In 2004, she won both the Golden Globe and the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Into the West", written for the soundtrack to the feature film The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

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