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Ben Folds Five Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Ben Folds Five Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Steven's Last Night In Town
2 The Last Polka
3 Brick
4 The Ascent Of Stan
5 Army
6 "Selfless, Cold, and Composed"
7 Guilty
8 Eddie Walker
9 The Luckiest
10 Underground
11 Where's Summer B.?
12 Kalamazoo
13 Lonely Christmas Eve
14 Bad Idea (Retarded)
15 Narcolepsy
16 Cool whip
17 Song for the Dumped
18 Cigarette
19 Still Fighting It
20 Hava Nagila (isreali Folk Song)
21 One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces
22 One Angry Dwarf And Two Hundred Solemn Faces
23 Zak And Sara
24 Smoke
25 Jackson Cannery
26 For Those Of Y'all Who Wear Fanny Packs
27 Battle of Who Could Care Less
28 Julianne
29 Landed
30 Rocky
31 Video (Live Stockholm, Sweden, 3/12/1997)
32 Satan Is My Master
33 Mess (London, UK 1999)
34 Tom and Mary (Live at O2 Academy, Bristol, UK 11/23/12)
35 Rain Drops Keep Falling On My Head
36 Philosophy
37 Don't Change Your Plans - Live at WXPN
38 For All The Pretty People
39 Don't Change Your Plans
40 She Don't Use Jelly
41 Song for the Dumped (Live Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, 5/8/98)
42 Army (Chapel Hill, NC 2008)
43 Narcolepsy (Live at Hitomi Kinen Hall, Tokyo, Japan 2/16/13)
44 Rocking The Suburbs
45 Sports & Wine
46 Alice Childress - LIve on KCRW
47 For Those Of Ya'll That Wear Fanny Packs
48 Don’t Change Your Plans
49 Mess (Live Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, 12/14/99)
50 The Ultimate Sacrifice
51 Narcolepsy (live)
52 Evaporated
53 Underground (Live at Mielparque Hall, Osaka, Japan 2/22/13)
54 Jackson Cannery (Original 7" Version)
55 Sports And Wine
56 House - previously unreleased new recording
57 Fred Jones Pt 2
58 Army (We Got the Fuck Out edit)
59 Magic (Live Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, 12/14/99)
60 Tom and Mary
61 Prince Charming (Mitch Easter sessions 2000)
62 Fair
63 Sky High (Live at the Barton Theatre, Adelaide, Australia 11/16/12)
64 Your Most Valuable Possession
65 Alice Childress (Live)
66 Gone
67 House (New Recording)
68 Alice Childress (Rare On Air 3: KCRW Performances, 1997)
69 Twin Falls
70 She Don't Use Jelly (Lounge-A-Palooza version)
71 Kate
72 Brick (Live at the Warfield, San Francisco, CA 1/31/13)
73 Bad Idea (Original Demo Version)
74 Uncle Walter
75 The Ultimate Sacrifice (Live)
76 Julianne (Live At Stockholm, Sweden, 3/12/1997)
77 The Secret Life Of Morgan Davis
78 Battle of Who Could Care Less (Live UNC Memorial Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, 9/18/08)
79 Where's Summer B? (live, 1996: WNEW)
80 Missing the War
81 Draw a Crowd (Live at Capitol, Port Chester, NY 10/9/12)
82 Half Asleep
83 Song for the Dumped (Live)
84 Video (Live At Stockholm, Sweden, 3/12/1997)
85 Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down (merle Haggard)
86 Barrytown (Originally Released on "Me, Myself And Irene" Soundtrack, 2000)
87 Hospital Song
88 Your Redneck Past (live, 1999: London, UK)
89 Landed (Live at the Warfield, San Francisco, CA 1/31/13)
90 Tom & Mary
91 Video
92 Twin Falls (Live)
93 Hiro's Song
94 Song for the Dumped (Live At Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, 5/8/98)
95 Video Killed The Radio Star
96 Army (Live UNC Memorial Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, 9/18/08)
97 Jane
98 Champagne Supernova (live, 1996)
99 Uncle Walter (Live at Kool Haus, Toronto, Canada 10/5/12)
100 Underground (live)
101 Julianne - Live
102 Jackson Cannery - 7'
103 Magic (Live At Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, 12/14/99)
104 Wave A White Flag (elvis Costello)
105 Julianne (unreleased 1st album - 1994)
106 Lullabye
107 Honey Don't (alternate take 2000)
108 Selfless, Cold and Composed (Live at House of Blues, Boston, MA 10/13/12)
109 Michael Praytor, Five Years Later
110 Air
111 Philosophy - Live
112 Army (Live At UNC Memorial Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, 9/18/08)
113 Evaporated (unreleased 1st album - 1994)
114 Magic
115 Hospital Song (live, 1999: Philadelphia, PA, USA)
116 Erase Me (Live at the Warfield, San Francisco, CA 1/31/13)
117 The Sound Of The Life Of The Mind
118 Annie Waits
119 Boxing - Live
120 Leather Jacket
121 Battle of Who Could Care Less (Live At UNC Memorial Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, 9/18/08)
122 Alice Childress - KCRW
123 Amelia Bright (Mitch Easter sessions - 2000)
124 Mess
125 House (original mix 2011)
126 Jackson Cannery (Live at the Warfield, San Francisco, CA 1/31/13)
127 On Being Frank
128 Barrytown
129 Thank You for Breaking My Heart
130 Losing Lisa
131 Narcolepsy (Live Brussels, Belgium, 1999)
132 Barrytown ("Me, Myself, and Irene" soundtrack - 2000)
133 Brick (radio mix)
134 Selfless Cold And Confused
135 Alice Childress
136 Smoke (live on "Morning Becomes Eclectic" KRCW Los Angeles 17/7/1997)
137 Hold That Thought
138 Carrying Cathy
139 Erase Me
140 Mitchell Lane
141 Hospital Song (Live in Philadelphia 1999)
142 Dick Holster
143 Julianne (Stockholm, SE 1997)
144 Regrets
145 House
146 Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head
147 Best Imitation of Myself
148 She Don't Use Jelly (Lounge-A-Palooza)
149 Away When You Were Here
150 Champagne Supernova
151 Sky High
152 Not The Same
153 Your Redneck Past (Live in Brussels 1999)
154 Video (Stockholm, SE 1997)
155 Your Redneck Past
156 Stumblin' Home Winter Blues
157 Tiny Dancer
158 Boxing
159 She Don’t Use Jelly (Lounge-A-Palooza)
160 Prince Charming
161 Draw a Crowd
162 Protection
163 Brick (Live)
164 Emaline
165 Song for the Dumped (Las Vegas, NV 1998)
166 Your Most Valuable Possesson
167 One Angry Dwarf and Two Hundred Solemn Faces (Live at the Warfield, San Francisco, CA 1/31/13)
168 Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
169 Amelia Bright
170 Xfire
171 Crosstown Traffic
172 Do It Anyway
173 Hospital Song (A Cappella)
174 Rockin' The Suburbs
175 Julianne (Live Stockholm, Sweden, 3/12/1997)
176 Missing the War (London, UK 1999)
177 Song for the Dumped (Live at the Barton Theatre, Adelaide, Australia 11/16/12)
178 Ultimate Sacrifice
179 Rachel
180 Fired

Ben Folds Five Bio

Ben Folds Five was an alternative rock trio formed in 1993 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The group comprised Ben Folds (vocals, piano, and principal songwriting), Robert Sledge (bass guitar and backing vocals), and Darren Jessee (drums, backing vocals and co-writer for some songs). The group achieved mainstream success in the alternative, indie and pop music scenes. The band is best known for the hit single "Brick" from their 1997 album Whatever and Ever Amen, which gained airplay on many mainstream radio stations.

Much of Ben Folds Five's work was influenced by jazz, evident in frequent improv-styled passages through bridge and/or ending. During their seven years together, the band released three proper studio records, one retrospective album of B-sides and outtakes, and eight singles. They also contributed to a number of soundtracks and compilations. Ben Folds Five disbanded in October 2000, apparently under amicable circumstances.

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