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Ben Folds Lyrics

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Ben Folds Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Ben Folds Landed
2 Rockin' the Suburbs
3 Bruised
4 The Luckiest
5 I Paid My Money
6 Tiny Dancer
7 Still
8 Dr. Yang
9 Fear Of Pop
10 Cologne
11 Losing Lisa
12 Frown Song
13 Fair
14 Hiro's Song
15 Bitches Ain't Shit
16 Cologne [Piano Orchestra Version]
17 You to Thank
18 Before Cologne
19 Air
20 Fred Jones Pt. 2
21 Magic
22 Prison Food
23 Landed
24 Rent a Cop
25 Time
26 Evaporated
27 Army
28 Wandering
29 All U Can Eat
30 Golden Slumbers
31 Fired
32 Careless Whisper
33 Saskia Hamilton
34 F10-D-A
35 Silver Street
36 Rock This Bitch
37 The Bitch Went Nuts
38 Root To This
39 Bitch Went Nutz
40 Belinda
41 Adelaide
42 I'm Not the Man
43 The Last Polka
44 In Between Days
45 Late
46 Way To Normal
47 From Above
48 Bastard
49 Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Movement 1
50 Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Movement 2
51 Give Judy My Notice
52 Lost In The Supermarket
53 Free Coffee Town
54 Password
55 Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Movement 3
56 One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces
57 Doctor My Eyes
58 Protection
59 Hiroshima
60 Frowne Song
61 Lovesick Diagnostician
62 Them That Got
63 Cigarette
64 B**tard
65 Alice Childress
66 Heist
67 Learn to Live with What You Are
68 Girl
69 The Frowne Song
70 Red Is Blue
71 Dog
72 Rock Star
73 Annie Waits
74 Songs of Love
75 The Frown Song
76 The Secret Life Of Morgan Davis
77 Brainwashed
78 Fred Jones Part 2
79 Dr. My Eyes
80 One Angry Dwarf And 200 Solemn Faces [Live]
81 Zak and Sara
82 You Don't Know Me
83 Make Me Mommy
84 Jesusland
85 How I Wish You Were Here
86 Emaline
87 Missing the War
88 Still Fighting It
89 Bizarre Christmas Incident
90 There's Always Someone Cooler Than You
91 Brick
92 Kkk Took My Baby Away
93 In Love
94 Kalamazoo
95 Philosophy
96 Gone
97 Side Of The Road
98 Picture Window
99 Boxing
100 Avery M. Powers Memorial Beltway
101 Kops
102 Battle of Who Could Care Less
103 Family Of Me
104 Errant Dog
105 Levi Johnston's Blues
106 Selfless, Cold and Composed
107 Capable of Anything
108 One Down
109 Kate
110 Get Your Hands Off My Woman
111 The Ascent of Stan
112 Steven's Last Night in Town
113 Free Coffee
114 Your Dogs
115 Not a Fan
116 Smoke
117 Uncle Walter
118 Narcolepsy
119 Bitch Went Nuts
120 Practical Amanda
121 So There
122 Gracie
123 Sports & Wine
124 Carrying Cathy
125 Jane
126 Brainwascht
127 Doc Pomus
128 Long Way to Go
129 Rockstar
130 Song for the Dumped
131 Video
132 Not the Same
133 Best Imitation of Myself
134 Effington
135 Claire's 9th
136 Phone in a Pool
137 Rubber Sled
138 Julianne
139 Underground
140 Sentimental Guy
141 Kylie From Connecticut
142 Working Day
143 Yes Man
144 Trusted

Ben Folds Bio

Benjamin Scott Folds (born September 12, 1966) is an American singer-songwriter and the former frontman of the band Ben Folds Five. He is widely acclaimed for his prowess as a pianist, composer, songwriter, performer, and multi-instrumentalist.

Because of his father's work as a builder and carpenter, Folds moved frequently throughout his childhood. As a result, making friends was difficult. Consequently, Folds became attached to a piano his father brought home when he was 9, the result of a barter trade his father made with a customer who was unable to pay for his work. During this time, Folds listened to songs by Elton John and Billy Joel on AM radio, and learned them by ear. During his years at R.J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and at Chapel Hill High School, Folds played in several bands as the pianist, bassist or drummer.

In the late 1980s, Folds (as a bassist) and longtime friend Millard Powers formed the band Majosha. The group released several locally-produced records. They played their first gig at Duke University's Battle of the Bands in 1988 and won. They played at bars and fraternity parties for a while, and eventually put out a self-produced EP sold at a few local stores called Party Night: Five Songs About Jesus (1988). The record featured only four songs, none of which were actually about Jesus. Gradually, their popularity grew and they played larger and farther-flung gigs. They recorded Shut Up and Listen to Majosha in 1989. It contains, among others, the four songs from Party Night (remixed and/or re-recorded), "Emaline", and "Video". At about the same time, they did a dance mix of "Get That Bug" that was released in Japan.

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