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Band, The Lyrics

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Band, The Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Yea! Heavy And A Bottle Of Bread
2 Crash On The Levee [down In The Flood]
3 Sonny Got Caught In The Moonlight
4 Day Of Reckoning (burnin For You)
5 Blaze Of Glory
6 Same Thing
7 Across The Great Divide
8 The Last Waltz
9 It Is A Good Day To Die
10 Smoke Signal
11 Forever Young
12 Atlantic City
13 Back To Memphis
14 Lo And Behold
15 Ruben Remus
16 Move To Japan
17 You Got Me
18 Blues Stay Away From Me
19 Nothing Was Delivered
20 Davy's On The Road Again
21 The Great Pretender
22 Georgia On My Mind
23 Too Soon Gone
24 One Too Many Mornings
25 Hold Back The Dawn
26 Somewhere Down The Crazy River
27 Street Walker
28 Amazon (river Of Dreams)
29 Tough Mama
30 Blind Willie Mctell
31 Caledonia Mission
32 Country Boy
33 Making A Noise
34 Remedy
35 It Makes No Difference
36 Shine A Light
37 Stuff You Gotta Watch
38 Look Out, Cleveland
39 The Caves Of Jericho
40 The Well
41 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
42 Orange Juice Blues (blues For Breakfast)
43 Just Another Whistle Stop
44 Out Of The Blue
45 4% Pantomime
46 The Weight
47 Strawberry Wine
48 The Moon Struck One
49 Yazoo Street Scandal
50 W.s. Walcott Medicine Show
51 Sacrifice
52 Hobo Jungle
53 Sign Of The Rainbow
54 Key To The Highway
55 Once Upon A Time
56 Let The Night Fall
57 The Stones I Throw
58 He Don't Love You
59 Ring Your Bell
60 Small Town Talk
61 Long Distance Operator
62 Daniel And The Sacred Harp
63 Open The Door, Homer
64 Right As Rain
65 Tired Of Waiting
66 Please, Mrs. Henry
67 Last Of The Blacksmiths
68 The Saga Of Pepote Rouge
69 Don't Ya Tell Henry
70 Rain Down Tears
71 Stomp Dance (unity)
72 Too Much Of Nothing
73 Java Blues
74 Shoot Out In Chinatown
75 Whispering Pines
76 Evangeline
77 Leave Me Alone
78 Twisted Hair
79 The Shape I'm In
80 Chest Fever
81 Ferdinand The Imposter
82 Ghost Dance
83 The Code Of Handsome Lake
84 Get Up, Jake
85 Goin' To Acapulco
86 Showdown At Big Sky
87 You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
88 Change Is Good
89 Knockin' Lost John
90 The Sound Is Fading
91 Ain't Got No Home
92 Cherokee Morning Song
93 Lonesome Suzie
94 Havana Moon
95 Rags And Bones
96 Rag Mama Rag
97 Skinwalker
98 Holy Cow
99 Clothes Line Saga
100 Long Black Veil
101 Rockin' Chair
102 Livin' In A Dream
103 Ain't No More Cane
104 I'm Ready
105 Hell's Half Acre
106 Soap Box Preacher
107 Tiny Montgomery
108 Akua Tuta
109 Mystery Train
110 The Unfaithful Servant
111 American Roulette
112 Saved
113 Tears Of Rage
114 In The Blood
115 Sleeping
116 Up On Cripple Creek
117 Tombstone
118 Ancestor Song
119 Share Your Love
120 Stage Fright
121 Life Is A Carnival
122 When You Awake
123 Apple Suckling Tree
124 Driftin' Away
125 This Wheel's On Fire
126 Rattlebone
127 Sweet Fire Of Love
128 The Promised Land
129 To Kingdom Come
130 The Rumor
131 Resurrection
132 When I Paint My Masterpiece
133 Sweet Romance
134 Beautiful Thing
135 Fallen Angel
136 We Can Talk
137 Rick
138 Tura Lura Lural (That's An Irish Lullaby)
139 Take Your Partner By The Hand
140 Unbound
141 Between Trains
142 Mahk Jchi (heartbeat Drum Song)
143 Time To Kill
144 The River Hymn
145 Islands
146 Testimony
147 What About Now
148 Acadian Driftwood
149 Thinkin' Out Loud
150 Third Man Theme
151 That's My Home
152 What A Town
153 Blue River
154 If I Lose
155 Gimme A Stone
156 Forbidden Fruit
157 Million Dollar Bash
158 Shake It
159 Volcano
160 Words Of Fire, Deeds Of Blood
161 Brainwash
162 Breakin The Rules
163 In A Station
164 Go Back To Your Woods
165 New Mexicoe
166 Shake This Town
167 Where Do We Go From Here?
168 Broken Arrow
169 I Shall Be Released
170 Night Parade
171 Jawbone
172 Ain't That A Lot Of Love
173 The Last Waltz Refrain
174 Carry Me
175 Katie's Been Gone
176 Golden Feather
177 Jupiter Hollow
178 Jemima Surrender
179 The Lights
180 Hang Up My Rock'n Roll Shoes
181 Ophelia
182 Odds And Ends
183 Sip The Wine
184 A Change Is Gonna Come

Band, The Bio

The Band was an acclaimed and influential roots rock group. The original group consisted of Canadians Rick Danko (bass guitar, double bass, fiddle, trombone, vocals), Garth Hudson (keyboard instruments, saxophones, trumpet), Richard Manuel (piano, drums, baritone saxophone, vocals), Robbie Robertson (guitar, vocals), and American Levon Helm (drums, mandolin, guitar, vocals). All five members were notable musicians in their own right.

The members of the Band first came together as they joined rockabilly singer Ronnie Hawkins's backing group, The Hawks, one by one between 1958 and 1963. Upon leaving Hawkins in 1964, they were briefly known as the Levon Helm Sextet with sax player Jerry Penfound being the sixth member, then Levon and the Hawks after Penfound's departure. In 1965, they released a single on Ware Records under the name Canadian Squires, but returned as Levon and the Hawks for a recording session for Atco later in 1965. At about the same time, Bob Dylan recruited Helm and Robertson for two concerts, then the entire group for his U.S. tour in 1965 and world tour in 1966. They also joined him on the informal recordings that later became The Basement Tapes.

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