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Chris Isaak Lyrics

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Chris Isaak Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Don't Leave Me On My Own
2 One Day
3 Wicked Game
4 Life Will Go On
5 I Wonder
6 She's Not You
7 San Francisco Days
8 Can't Help Falling In Love
9 Great Balls Of Fire
10 Graduation Day
11 Trying To Get To You
12 You Took My Heart
13 Live It Up
14 I Lose My Heart
15 Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing
16 Miss Pearl
17 Two Hearts
18 I Like The Way She Moves
19 Forever Blue
20 Blue Hotel
21 Go Walking Down There
22 Talk To Me
23 Beautiful Homes
24 Somebody's Cryin
25 Western Stars
26 Always Got Tonight
27 Black Flowers
28 I Walk The Line
29 Let It Snow
30 Forever Young
31 Think Of Tomorrow
32 Heart Shaped World
33 Best I Ever Had
34 I'm Not Waiting
35 Waiting
36 Wrong To Love You
37 We Lost Our Way
38 In The Heat Of The Jungle
39 Speak Of The Devil
40 Notice The Ring
41 Take My Heart
42 Super Magic 2000
43 Livin' For Your Lover
44 This Time
45 5:15
46 Walk Slow
47 Back On Your Side
48 Unhappiness
49 We Let Her Down
50 This Love Will Last
51 Waiting For The Rain To Fall
52 Things Go Wrong
53 7 Lonely Nights
54 Diddley Daddy
55 Move Along
56 American Boy
57 South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)
58 Mr Lonely Man
59 Pretty Paper
60 Don't Make Me Dream About You
61 Everybody's In The Mood
62 Round 'n' Round
63 Insects
64 Breaking Apart
65 Cool Love
66 Sweet Leilani
67 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry
68 The Way Things Really Are
69 Don't Get So Down On Yourself
70 Courthouse
71 I See You Everywhere
72 Summer Holiday
73 Changed Your Mind
74 Blue Christmas
75 Love Me
76 Solitary Man
77 Some Days Are Harder Than The Rest
78 Flying
79 Let Me Down Easy
80 It's Now Or Never
81 White Christmas
82 Doncha' Think It's Time
83 Keep Hanging On
84 How's The World Treating You
85 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
86 That Lucky Old Sun
87 Another Idea
88 Every Night I Miss You More
89 I'm Not Sleepy
90 Nothing To Say
91 Dixie Fried
92 Yellow Bird
93 Very Pretty Girl
94 Goin' Nowhere
95 Last Month Of The Year
96 Kings Of The Highway
97 I Want You To Want Me
98 Funeral In The Rain
99 The Girl That Broke My Heart
100 Please
101 Auld Lang Syne
102 Nothing's Changed
103 First Comes The Night
104 Gone Ridin'
105 Love The Way You Kiss Me
106 Cryin'
107 Big Wide Wonderful World
108 Besame Mucho
109 Please Don't Call
110 Talkin' Bout A Home
111 Somebody To Love
112 I Forgot To Remember To Forget
113 Fade Away
114 I Got It Bad
115 I Believe
116 King Without A Castle (Album Version)
117 Waiting For My Lucky Day
118 Perfect Lover
119 Worked It Out Wrong
120 Heart Full of Soul
121 Dream Referred
122 Shadows In A Mirror
123 My Baby Left Me
124 Down In Flames
125 Tears
126 Ring Of Fire
127 Lie To Me
128 Washington Square
129 Somebody's Crying
130 Crying, Waiting, Hoping
131 Reverie
132 The Lonely Ones
133 Wanderin'
134 Dancin'
135 Cheater's Town
136 Lovers Game
137 Santa Clause is Coming to Town
138 The End Of Everything
139 Oh, Pretty Woman
140 Can't Do A Thing (to Stop Me)
141 Baby What You Want Me To Do
142 Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
143 There She Goes
144 Doin' The Best I Can
145 Except The New Girl
146 Kiss Me Like A Stranger
147 Voodoo
148 My Happiness
149 Only the Lonely
150 You Don't Cry Like I Do
151 Mele Kalikimaka
152 Your True Love
153 I Want Your Love
154 Dry Your Eyes
155 Pretty Girls Don't Cry
156 We've Got Tomorrow
157 Wild Love
158 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
159 Blue Spanish Sky
160 Crazy Arms
161 Lonely With A Broken Heart
162 Don't Break My Heart
163 So Long I'm Gone
164 Return to Me
165 Baby Baby
166 You Owe Me Some Kind of Love
167 The Christmas Song
168 Lovely Loretta
169 Running Down The Road

Chris Isaak Bio

Christopher Joseph "Chris" Isaak (born June 26, 1956) is an American rock musician and occasional actor.

Isaak was born in Stockton, California, the son of Dorothy (née Vignolo), a potato chip factory worker, and Joe Isaak, a forklift driver. Isaak's mother is Italian American, originating from Genoa. Chris has two older brothers, Nick and Jeff.

Isaak signed a contract to Warner Bros. Records in 1984 for his first album Silvertone. The tracks "Gone Ridin'" and "Livin' for Your Lover", from this album, were featured in David Lynch's cult classic Blue Velvet. Isaak's second self-titled album Chris Isaak was photographed by fashion photographer Bruce Weber. Isaak's contract was renewed in 1988 when Warner Bros. moved him to their Reprise Records label.

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