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Church, The Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Church, The Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Under The Milky Way
2 Don't Look Back
3 Nightmare
4 Further Adventures Of The Time Being
5 When You Were Mine
6 White Star Line
7 Now I Wonder Why
8 Feel
9 Why Don't You Love Me
10 Just For You
11 All See It Now
12 Fly Home
13 Bel-air
14 Take It Back
15 Lullaby
16 Ancient History
17 You're Still Beautiful
18 Witch Hunt
19 Already Yesterday
20 The Great Machine
21 Two Places At Once
22 Anna Miranda
23 Who Is The One ?
24 Constant In Opal
25 Into My Hands
26 Comedown
27 Dome
28 Fading Away
29 Frozen And Distant
30 Tantalized
31 No Explanation
32 Grandiose
33 Business Woman
34 In This Room
35 The Myths You Made
36 Field Of Mars
37 Grind
38 Hunter
39 Tristesse
40 Shadow Cabinet
41 It Could Be Anyone
42 Day Of The Dead
43 Life Speeds Up
44 The Time Being
45 5:28
46 Kings
47 Laughing
48 Much Too Much
49 Youth Worshipper
50 Violet Town
51 Ladyboy
52 Eastern
53 Lizard
54 A New Season
55 Won't Let You Sleep
56 Secret Corners
57 Lustre
58 Metropolis
59 Nose Dive
60 Anaesthesia
61 Volumes
62 Magician Among The Spirits
63 Man
64 Antenna
65 You've Got To Go
66 Florian Trout
67 To Be In Your Eyes
68 Mistress
69 Monday Morning
70 Perfect Child
71 Another Earth
72 Disappear?
73 Ritz
74 Lost My Touch
75 Musk
76 Blood Money
77 Get Over It
78 You Took
79 Old Flame
80 Pharaoh
81 Ride Into The Sunset
82 Buffalo
83 Dropping Names
84 Romany Caravan
85 Loveblind
86 Destination
87 Busdriver
88 She Comes In Singing
89 Appalatia
90 Paradox
91 Russian Autumn Heart
92 Glow Worm
93 Electric
94 Welcome
95 Room Full Of Diamonds
96 Hotel Womb
97 Chrome Injury
98 Stop
99 Ripple
100 Terra Nova Cain
101 Texas Moon
102 Louisiana
103 Electric Lash
104 A Different Man
105 My Little Problem
106 Sad
107 Lost
108 Don't Open The Door To Strangers
109 Take Your Place
110 Swan Lake
111 Transient
112 The Feast
113 No Certainty Attached
114 Fly
115 The Dead Man's Dream
116 Sisters
117 North, South, East And West
118 Fighter Pilot....korean War
119 The Moon And The Sea
120 The Disillusionist
121 We Both Know Why You're Here
122 Ricochet
123 It Doesn't Change
124 Anyway
125 The Maven
126 Someone Special
127 Reptile
128 For A Moment We're Strangers
129 Towards Sleep
130 You Got Off Light
131 It's No Reason
132 Autumn Soon
133 Tear It All Away
134 Spark
135 Is This Where You Live
136 Traitor
137 Afterlife
138 Columbus
139 10,000 Miles
140 This Is It
141 Fog
142 Cut In Two
143 The Night Is Very Soft
144 Memories In Future Tense
145 Trying To Get In
146 Disenchanted
147 A Month Of Sundays
148 Tranquility
149 One Day
150 Fraulein
151 Drought
152 Too Fast For You
153 A Fire Burns
154 She Never Said
155 City
156 Desert
157 Myrrh
158 Afterimage
159 Travel By Thought
160 Gypsy Stomp
161 Freeze To Burn
162 Unsubstantiated
163 Almost With You
164 The Unguarded Moment
165 Disappointment
166 Dream
167 Night Of Light
168 Angelica
169 I Am A Rock
170 Leave Your Clothes On
171 Wam Spell
172 An Interlude
173 Aura
174 Essence
175 Forgotten Reign
176 Roman
177 Maybe These Boys...
178 Authority
179 In A Heartbeat
180 Macabre Tavern
181 Warm Oily Voices
182 Chaos

Church, The Bio

The Church is an Australian alternative rock band formed in Sydney in 1980. Initially associated with new wave and the neo-psychedelic sound of the mid-1980s, their music later became more reminiscent of progressive rock, featuring long instrumental jams and complex guitar interplay. Glenn A. Baker has written that "From the release of the 'She Never Said' single in November 1980, this unique Sydney-originated entity has purveyed a distinctive, ethereal, psychedelic-tinged sound which has alternatively found favour and disfavour in Australia". The Los Angeles Times has described the band's music as "dense, shimmering, exquisite guitar pop".

Founding members are Steve Kilbey on lead vocals and bass guitar, and Peter Koppes and Marty Willson-Piper on guitars. Drummer Nick Ward played only on their first album; through the 1980s the band's stable drummer for eight years (1982-1990) was Richard Ploog, who left the band after Gold Afternoon Fix. Jay Dee Daugherty (ex-Patti Smith Band) played drums for the band 1990-1994, after which Tim Powles became the longest-serving drummer; having played with the band, since 1996 he has now been a member for 18 years. 

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Church_(band)