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Beth Orton Lyrics

Genre: Folk

Beth Orton Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Galaxy Of Emptiness
2 Lean on Me
3 Central Reservation
4 Sugar Boy
5 Roll The Dice
6 Concrete Sky
7 Live As You Dream
8 Love Like Laughter
9 Stars All Seem to Weep
10 Don't Need A Reason
11 So Much More
12 Stolen Car
13 Sweetest Decline
14 Daybreaker (ost. Blue Crush)
15 Dolphins
16 Bullet
17 Skimming Stones
18 Someone's Daughter - 2008 Remastered Version
19 Galaxy of Emptiness (alternate version)
20 Thinking About Tomorrow [Ipg Dub]
21 Don't Need a Reason
22 It's This I Am I Find
23 Thinking About Tomorrow
24 Bobby Gentry
25 Reach For The Sky
26 Central reservation ( The then again version )
27 I Wish I Never Saw The Sunshine - 2008 Remastered Version
28 I Love How You Love Me
29 Concrete Sky [Acoustic]
30 Sweetest Decline (Live)
31 Mount Washington
32 Ali's Waltz
33 Snow
34 Couldn't Cause Me Harm
35 Galaxy Of Emptiness - 2008 Remastered Version
36 Is This I Am I Find
37 I Wish I Never Saw the Sunshine (Remastered)
38 How far
39 Anywhere
40 Where Do I Begin
41 Petals
42 Devil Song
43 Safety - 2008 Remastered Version
44 It's Not the Spotlight
45 That Summer Feeling
46 I Wish I Never Saw the Sunshine
47 Daybreaker
48 Water From A Vine Leaf
49 Wave
50 Feel to Believe
51 It's Not The Spotlight - 2008 Remastered Version
52 Love can do
53 I Wasn't Born To Follow
54 Beautiful World
55 Pedestal (Original B-Side)
56 Dawnstar
57 Touch Me With Your Love - Instrumental (2008 Remastered Version)
58 Pedestal
59 Goin' Back
60 She Cries Your Name
61 Carmella
62 Comfort Of Strangers
63 Falling
64 Pass in Time
65 Best Bit - Early Version (2008 Remastered Version)
66 Precious Maybe
67 Dawn Chorus
68 Someone's daughter
69 The Same Day
70 Wild World
71 Corduroy Legs
72 I Love How You Love Me - 2008 Remastered Version
73 Release Me
74 Candles
75 Stars All Seem to Weep (Original B-Side)
76 Countenance
77 Flesh and Blood
78 1973
79 Something More Beautiful
80 Tangent
81 Live As You Dream-Sugar Boy
82 Feral Children
83 Kidsticks
84 Tangent - 2008 Remastered Version
85 Precious Maybe - 2008 Remastered Version
86 Safety
87 Poison Tree
88 Whenever
89 Someone's Daughter (Single Version)
90 Shopping Trolley
91 Best Bit
92 Don't Need A Reason - 2008 Remastered Version
93 Best bit ( She cries your name Version )
94 Moon
95 Skimming Stone
96 See Through Blue
97 Central Reservation (Single Version)
98 Heart Of Soul
99 Live As You Dream - 2008 Remastered Version
100 Best bit ( Single version )
101 Best Bit - 2004/ Live at Bonnaroo
102 The Prisoner
103 Last Leaves of Autumn
104 God Song
105 Ooh Child (Alternate Version)
106 Heartland Truckstop
107 Sugar Boy - 2008 Remastered Version
108 Daybreaker (Four Tet remix)
109 When You Wake
110 State of Grace
111 Paris Train
112 Central Reservation (Spiritual Life - Ibadan Remix)
113 Conceived
114 Touch Me With Your Love - 2008 Remastered Version
115 City Blue
116 Carmella (Four Tet remix)
117 Where Do You Go
118 Mystery
119 Pieces of Sky
120 Shadow Of A Doubt
121 Touch Me With Your Love
122 Whenever - 2008 Remastered Version
123 Don't Wanna Know 'Bout Evil
124 Daybreaker (Roots Manuva remix)
125 Yesterday's Gone
126 Call Me the Breeze
127 This One's Gonna Bruise
128 Don't Wanna Know About Evil
129 Buckets of Rain
130 Blood Red River
131 How Far - 2008 Remastered Version
132 Faith Will Carry
133 Anywhere (Two Lone Swordsmen remix vocal)
134 Magpie
135 Ted's Waltz
136 Safety (Re-recording of Original B-Side)
137 Safe In Your Arms

Beth Orton Bio

Elizabeth Caroline "Beth" Orton (born 14 December 1970) is an English singer-songwriter, known for her 'folktronica' sound, which mixes elements of folk and electronica. She was initially recognised for her collaborations with William Orbit and the Chemical Brothers in the mid-1990s. However, these were not Orton's first recordings. She had released a solo album, Superpinkymandy, in 1993. Since the album was only released in Japan, it went largely unnoticed by international audiences. Her second solo album, Trailer Park, garnered much critical acclaim in 1996. Orton developed a devoted audience with the release of the albums Central Reservation (1999) and the 2002 UK top 10 album, Daybreaker. In her 2006 release, Comfort of Strangers, she moved towards a more folk-based sound and away from the electronic sound of her past albums.

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