The Bangles Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Bangles Lyrics - by Popularity

1 In Your Room
2 Dark Night
3 The Complicated Girl
4 Following
5 Manic Monday
6 Hero Takes A Fall
7 Tear Off Your Own Head (It's A Doll Revolution)
8 Make A Play For Her Now
9 Waiting For You
10 In A Different Light
11 September Gurls
12 How Is The Air Up There
13 I'm In Line
14 Let It Go
15 Walking Down Your Street
16 Something That You Said
17 I Will Take Care Of You
18 Ride The Ride
19 He's Got A Secret
20 Happy Man Today
21 Standing In The Hallway
22 Going Down To Liverpool
23 Here Right Now
24 Live
25 Heaven Is a Place on Earth
26 If She Knew What She Wants
27 Some Dreams Come True
28 Single By Choice
29 The Real World
30 I Want Candy
31 Lost At Sea
32 Tell Me
33 Bitchen Summer – Speedway
34 Getting Out Of Hand
35 Song For A Good Son
36 Watching The Sky
37 I’m In Line
38 Outside Chance
39 I'll Set You Free
40 Crash And Burn
41 Mixed Messages
42 Lay Yourself Down
43 Steppin’ Out
44 Something To Believe In
45 Between The Two
46 Sweet And Tender Romance
47 7 & 7 Is
48 Everything I Wanted
49 Grateful
50 What A Life
51 No Mag Commercial
52 Angels Don't Fall In Love
53 Glitter Years
54 Where Were You When I Needed You
55 One Of Two
56 The Rock & Roll Alternative Program Theme Song
57 Return Post
58 All About You
59 Under A Cloud
60 Bell Jar
61 James
62 Through Your Eyes
63 Mary Street
64 Complicated Girl
65 Not Like You
66 More Than Meets The Eye
67 Ball & Chain
68 Annalee (Sweetheart Of The Sun)
69 Be With You
70 Stealing Rosemary
71 Restless
72 Mesmerized
73 Want You
74 I Got Nothing
75 Ask Me No Questions
76 Hazy Shade Of Winter
77 Circles In The Sky
78 The Rain Song
79 Silent Treatment
80 Open My Eyes
81 Eternal Flame
82 Nickel Romeo
83 Dover Beach
84 I Will Never Be Through With You

The Bangles Bio

The Bangles are an American all-female band that originated in the early 1980s, scoring several hit singles through much of the decade.

When Susanna Hoffs joined sisters Vicki and Debbi Peterson to form a band in Los Angeles in the waning days of December, 1980, the trio briefly christened itself The Colours, shortly renamed itself The Supersonic Bangs, but soon morphed its name to The Bangs. The band was part of the Los Angeles Paisley Underground scene, which featured groups that played a mixture of 1960s-influenced folk-rock and jangle pop with a more modern punk–ish/garage band undertone. In 1981 the threesome recorded and released a single (Getting Out Of Hand b/w Call on Me) on DownKiddie Records (their own label). In 1982 The trio was signed to Faulty Products, a label formed by Miles Copeland.

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