Billy Idol Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Billy Idol Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Rebel Yell
2 White Wedding
3 Mony Mony
4 Sweet Sixteen
5 Billy Idol - White Wedding
6 Cradle of Love
7 Fatal Charm
8 Prodigal Blues
9 Eyes Without a Face
10 Eyes Without Face
11 Dancing With Myself
12 L.a. Woman
13 One Night, One Chance
14 Venus
15 Don't Need a Gun (Single Edit)
16 Flesh for Fantasy
17 Day By Day
18 To Be a Lover
19 Daytime Drama
20 Worlds Forgotten Boy
21 Pumping On Steel
22 Rat Race
23 (Do Not ) Stand In the Shadows
24 The Right Way
25 Hot in the City
26 White Wedding, Pt. 1
27 The Dead Next Door
28 Love Labours On
29 All Summer Single
30 Mother Dawn
31 Beyond Belief
32 Kiss Me Deadly
33 Power Junkie
34 Kleenex
35 Endless Sleep
36 Blue Highway
37 Shock to the System
38 Catch My Fall
39 Night Of The Cadillacs
40 L.A. Woman (Single Edit)
41 Mark Of Caine
42 Blue Highway (Original Demo)
43 Tomorrow People
44 Merry Christmas Baby
45 One Hundred Punks
46 Yellin' At the Xmas Tree
47 Plastic Jesus
48 Here Comes Santa Claus
49 Paradise West
50 (do Not)stand In The Shadows
51 Come On, Come On
52 Rebel Yell (Session Take)
53 Wasteland
54 Greed
55 Promises Promises
56 The Loveless
57 Baby Talk
58 God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen
59 Ready Steady Go
60 Mony Mony Live
61 Dead On Arrival
62 World's Forgotten Boy
63 Rock The Cradle Of Love
64 Buried Alive
65 Kings & Queens Of The Underground
66 Running With The Boss Sound
67 Motorbikin'
68 (Do Not) Stand In The Shadow
69 Hole In the Wall
70 Stand In the Shadows
71 Trouble With The Sweet Stuff
72 Lady Do or Die
73 Congo Man
74 Save Me Now
75 Shakin' All Over (live)
76 Man For All Season
77 Adam In Chains
78 Christmas Love
79 One Breath Away
80 Speed
81 Licence To Thrill
82 It's So Cruel
83 Flesh for Fantasy (Session Take)
84 Concrete Kingdom
85 Untitled (Intro. Monologue)
86 English Dream
87 Postcards From The Past
88 The Invisible Man
89 Don't You (Forget About Me)
90 Love Calling
91 Rebel Yell (Live and Acoustic)
92 Heroin
93 Untitled (Pre-Shock)
94 Fridays Angels
95 Eyes Wide Shut
96 The Prime Of Kenny Silvers - Part 1 & 2
97 Into The Night
98 Nobody's Business
99 World Comin' Down
100 Untitled (That Which Beareth Thorns)
101 From The Heart
102 Ghosts In My Guitar
103 Too Personal
104 Bitter Pill
105 Shooting Stars
106 Scream
107 Untitled (Injection)
108 King Rocker
109 Nothing To Fear
110 Untouchables
111 Let It Snow
112 Super Overdrive
113 Neuromancer
114 Untitled (Galaxy Within)
115 Love And Glory
116 Valley Of The Dolls
117 Don't Need A Gun
118 Sherri
119 Rebel Yell (Live)
120 Untitled (Before Dawn)
121 Whiskey & Pills
122 Youth Youth Youth
123 Cherie
124 Shangrila
125 Untitled (Hold Me)
126 Listen
127 White Wedding – Part 1
128 Man For All Seasons
129 Body Snatcher
130 License To Thrill
131 Evil Eye
132 Can't Break Me Down
133 Love Like Fire
134 Dancing With Myself (With Generation X)
135 Flesh For Fantasy (Below The Belt Mix)
136 Love Unchained
137 Romeo's Waiting
138 Then The Night Comes
139 Santa Claus Is Back In Town
140 Hollywood Promises
141 Crank Call
142 Soul Standing By
143 Summer Running

Billy Idol Bio

Billy Idol (born William Michael Albert Broad, 30 November 1955, Stanmore, Middlesex) is an English rock musician.

He first achieved fame in the punk rock era as a member of the band Generation X. He then embarked on a successful solo career, aided by a series of stylish music videos, making him one of the first MTV stars. Idol continues to tour with guitarist Steve Stevens and has a worldwide fan base.

The name Billy Idol was inspired by a schoolteacher's description of Broad as "idle."

Billy Idol lived in Worthing, England before attending Sussex University for only one year before joining the Bromley Contingent of Sex Pistols fans. Idol first joined the punk rock band Siouxsie & the Banshees (before the band had decided on that name) in 1976, but soon quit and joined Chelsea in 1977 as a guitarist. However, he and Chelsea bandmate Tony James soon quit that group and co-founded Generation X, with Idol switching from guitarist to lead singer.

Generation X signed to Chrysalis Records and released three albums before disbanding. Idol moved to New York and began working as a solo artist and working with Steve Stevens, soon becoming an MTV staple with "White Wedding" and "Dancing with Myself"; the latter had originally been recorded with Generation X.

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