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Baltimoore Lyrics

Baltimoore Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Conviction
2 Make It Through
3 Dance, Dance
4 Fanatical
5 Sence
6 Straight Line
7 To The Bone
8 I'm All About Me
9 Indecision
10 My Number 1
11 Kahlua Confusion
12 What It Is
13 Fly So Gently
14 Journeyman
15 Cumgum
16 Emancipation
17 Outer Me
18 Take Me To the Top
19 Oh Darling
20 Familiar Stranger
21 Little Bye,
22 Contradiction
23 Give Me What You've Got
24 Calling You Closer
25 The Shame Lingers On - No Vocals
26 Fix My Sin
27 . . In Love
28 Recognition
29 Take Me to the Power
30 Try Change to Better
31 My Blue Moon
32 Wellaway
33 Ballerina
34 Retribution
35 Cry Baby
36 Til' The End of Day
37 Plug & Play Me
38 Day To Come
39 Superman
40 Timepiece
41 With a Will of My Own
42 How Sick Is OK?
43 Memories Calling
44 Omniscience
45 Haze Of Wonder
46 Alone
47 Miracle in the Name of Love
48 Full Speed Ahead
49 Set Sight of Dreams
50 I Am Who I Am When I Am Alone
51 It's Just My Attitude
52 Tables Turn
53 White Queen
54 Wishes and Reality
55 Make Good
56 Hey Bulldog
57 Life
58 Lucky River
59 Kiss Me
60 How Can You Undo What's Become Undone
61 Rain
62 Asshole
63 Rich Man
64 You Touch Me, I'm Healing
65 Shame Lingers On
66 Blues Is Just The Same
67 2&2
68 Men We Trust
69 Are You Coming or Not
70 Tell Me Who You Wanna Be Today
71 Happy Times
72 Something Going On
73 Like Rolling a Cigarette
74 On the Inside
75 Somebody Look At Me
76 Dying Alone
77 Fleeting As The Moment
78 Pictures I Have Seen
79 Jealousy
80 Shoot The Dark
81 Don't Stop Running
82 Play On
83 Can't Get You out of My Mind
84 Redemption
85 Bet
86 Without You

Baltimoore Bio

Swedish rock band, led by Swedish singer Björn Lodin. Lodin was originally approached by Elektra Records in 1987 to record a solo album, but Lodin opted to use the moniker Baltimoore rather than his own name. In 1992, Lodin relocated to Åland, Finland, where he met Bulgarian-born guitarist Nikolo Kotzev. They joined forces for two Baltimoore albums, Double Density and Thought for Food. Due to personal and musical differences, Kotzev left the band in 1994 to start his own project, Brazen Abbot.