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Carnes Kim Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Carnes Kim Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Heart Won't Lie
2 Bon Voyage
3 Take Me Home To Where My Heart Is
4 Hooked On The Memory Of You
5 It Could Have Been Better
6 And Still Be Loving You
7 It Hurts So Bad
8 To The Other Side
9 Paris Without You (St Vincent's Court)
10 Do You Love Her
11 Bette Davis Eyes
12 Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer
13 Jamaica Sunday Morning
14 Still Hold On
15 When To Hold On
16 Touch And Go
17 I Pretend
18 Don't Pick Up The Phone (Pick Up The Phone)
19 I'd Lie To You For Your Love
20 Will You Remember Me
21 You Turned My World Around
22 Crazy In Love
23 You Make My Heart Beat Faster
24 Crazy In The Night (Barking At Airplanes)
25 Young Love
26 Dancin' At The Lighthouse
27 He Makes The Sun Rise (Orpheus)
28 Lose In Love
29 Get Busy
30 You're A Part Of Me
31 Love Me Like You Never Did Before
32 All He Did Was Tell Me Lies
33 One Kiss
34 Independent Girl
35 Rough Edges
36 It's Not The Spotlight
37 Last Thing You Ever Wanted To Do
38 What Am I Gonna Do
39 River of Memories
40 Good Old Days
41 Hangin' On By A Thread
42 Brass & Batons
43 I'll Be Here Where The Heart Is
44 The Best Of You
45 Don't Cry Now
46 She Dances With Meat
47 When I'm Away From You
48 Fantastic Fire Of Love
49 Waiting For The Pain To Go Away
50 Met You At The Wrong Time of My Life
51 To Love Somebody
52 Cry Like A Baby
53 Begging For Favors
54 In Chill Of The Night
55 Just To Spend Tonight With You
56 Mistaken Identity
57 Black And White
58 Under My Thumb
59 Swept Me Off My Feet
60 Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness
61 More Love
62 We Can Get Through This
63 Tear Me Apart
64 Lookin' For A Big Night
65 Checkin' Out The Ghosts
66 Willie And The Hand Jive
67 Divided Hearts
68 When The Walls Come Down
69 Where Is Your Heart
70 Breakin' Away From Sanity
71 The Thrill Of The Grill
72 Oliver (Voice On The Radio)
73 Gypsy Honeymoon
74 Does It Make You Remember
75 You Don't Love Me Anymore
76 Skeptical Shuffle
77 Merc Man
78 Only Lonely Love
79 He'll Come Around
80 Stay Away
81 Look Through Children's Eyes
82 Say You Don't Know Me
83 Bad Seed
84 Piece Of The Sky
85 Break The Rules Tonight (Out of School)
86 Nothin' Better Than Love
87 Take It On The Chin Baby
88 That's Where The Trouble Lies
89 Don't Call It Love
90 A Kick In The Heart
91 The Arrangement
92 You Say You Love Me
93 Draw Of The Cards
94 Let Your Love Come Easy
95 Blood From The Bandit
96 Tear's Edge
97 You Are Everything
98 Undertow
99 Hang On To Your Airplane (Honeymoon)
100 Hit And Run
101 Love Comes From Unexpected Places
102 Hurricane
103 Voyeur
104 Just One Little Kiss
105 Miss You Tonight
106 Sailin'
107 Chain Letter
108 Hangin' On by a Thread
109 Nothing Makes Me Feel As Good As A Love Song
110 Love Hurts
111 My Old Pals
112 Invisible Hands
113 Crimes Of The Heart
114 Somewhere In The Night
115 Tubin'
116 Looker
117 Changin'
118 Abadabadango
119 Warm Love
120 Heartbreak Radio
121 What Good Is Love
122 Blinded By Love
123 The Universal Song
124 If You Don't Want My Love
125 Make No Mistake He's Mine
126 Along With The Radio
127 Goodnight Moon

Carnes Kim Bio

Kim Carnes (born July 20, 1945 Hollywood, California) is an American singer-songwriter. She is a two-time Grammy Award winner noted for her distinctive raspy vocal style. Some people have called her "The Female Rod Stewart" due to her raspy voice.

After writing songs for many years, Kim Carnes signed her first publishing deal in 1969 with famed producer Jimmy Bowen. During this period, she shared demo-recording time with Bowen's other writers, including Don Henley, Glenn Frey, and J.D. Souther. Carnes also sang "Nobody Knows", written by Mike Settle, which was featured in the end credits of the 1971 film, Vanishing Point. The film also featured Carnes's first selection as a songwriter, "Sing Out for Jesus", which was recorded by Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton.

Her first album, Rest on Me, produced by Jimmy Bowen, was released in 1972. Her self-titled album in 1975 contained her first charted hit, "You're a Part Of Me" (No. 32 AC). This album was followed in 1976 by Sailin', produced by the legendary Jerry Wexler.