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Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Common Lyrics - by Popularity

1 G.O.D. (Gaining One's Definition)
2 The Sixth Sense
3 The People
4 Introspective
5 Pop's Rap Part 2
6 The Light
7 Pop's Rap
8 Resurrection
9 Charms Alarm
10 Peace And Love
11 They Say
12 Communism
13 A Film Called (Pimp)
14 Universal Mind Control
15 Sex 4 Sugar
16 Break My Heart
17 Changes
18 Real Nigga Quotes
19 Geto Heaven Part Two
20 Inhale
21 Heat
22 Everywhere
23 Be (Intro)
24 Come Close
25 The Remedy
26 Stolen Moments Pt. II
27 1 2 Many...
28 Puppy Chow
29 Book Of Life
30 Take It Ez
31 The 6th Sense
32 Tricks Up My Sleeve
33 In My Own World (Check The Method)
34 Geto Heaven, Pt. 2
35 I Used To Love H.E.R.
36 Nag Champa
37 Announcement
38 Aquarius
39 A Penny For My Thoughts
40 Blows To The Temple
41 Can-i-bust?
42 Come Close"(feat. Mary J. Blige
43 Sum Shit I Wrote
44 New Wave"(feat. Laetitia Sadier
45 I Want You
46 Between Me, You & Liberation"(feat. Cee-Lo
47 Heidi Hoe
48 Out On Bond
49 Misunderstood
50 Resurrection '95
51 Stolen Moments Pt. I
52 Moonlight
53 Watermelon
54 The Believer
55 Just in the Nick of Rhyme
56 7 Deadly Sins
57 Nag Champa (Afrodesiac For The World)
58 Soul Power
59 I Am Music
60 Nirvana Is In The Blunt
61 Wmoe
62 Celebrate
63 Windows
64 Between Me, You & Liberation
65 Pitchin' Pennies
66 Young Hearts Run Free
67 So Far to Go
68 Nag Champa (Afrodisiac for the World)
69 So Cool
70 Faithful
71 Stolen Moments Pt. III
72 Requiem For A Love
73 Come Close To Me
74 Pops Belief
75 Electric Wire Hustler Flower
76 Southside
77 Payback Is a Grandmother
78 Heaven Somewhere
79 All Night Long
80 Another Wasted Nite With...
81 Sinewave
82 Reminding Me (Of Sef)
83 War
84 New Wave
85 Soul By The Pound
86 Start The Show
87 Pop's Rap Iii
88 Love Is
89 Food For Funk
90 Skyline
91 The Bitch In Yoo
92 Kingdom (feat. Vince Staples)
93 Chicago School
94 The Game
95 Chi City
96 Gettin' Down At The Amphitheater
97 The Food (Live)
98 Chatper 13 (Rich Man Vs. Poor Man)
99 Stay Good
100 Any Given Sunday
101 The Neighborhood
102 Diagnosis
103 The Myth
104 I Got Right Ta - Featuring Pharrell Williams
105 Electric Wire Hustler Flower - Featuring Sonny Of P.O.D.
106 Stolen Moments Pt. 2
107 A Film Called
108 No Fear
109 The Cause
110 Two Scoops of Raisins
111 Thelonious
112 Play Your Cards Right
113 Hungry
114 Go!
115 Stolen Moments Pt. 1
116 8 Minutes To Sunrise
117 Diamonds
118 To Find Mecca Is Within
119 Thelonius
120 Testify
121 Blue Sky (Single)
122 Act Too.. The Love Of My Life
123 Blak Majik
124 A Dream
125 A Song for Assata
126 Make My Day
127 The Questions
128 Aquarius (Clean)
129 Invocation
130 Real People
131 Maintaining
132 Raw (How You Like It)
133 Speak My Piece
134 Baby Don't Think About It
135 Cold Blooded
136 Time Travelin' (A Tribute to Fela)
137 The Hustle (Clean)
138 Making A Name For Ourselves
139 Jimi Was a Rock Star
140 Nuthin' To Do
141 Ghetto Dreams
142 1-9-9-9
143 Blue Sky
144 Star *69 (ps with Love)
145 Hustle Harder
146 Black Maybe
147 Coldblooded
148 Time Traveling (A Tribute To Fela)
149 Be
150 My City
151 One-Nine-Nine-Nine
152 Orange Pineapple Juice
153 Sweet
154 Nobody's Smiling
155 Dooinit
156 Gladiator
157 Time Travellin' (reprise)
158 Pops Rap III... All My Children
159 At 1AM
160 Lovin' I Lost
161 Electric Wire Hustler Flower"(feat. Sonny (P.O.D.)
162 Real
163 Driving Me Wild
164 Funky for You
165 Universal Mind Control (UMC)
166 Empty Threats
167 Gold
168 Breaker 1/9
169 Kingdom
170 Forever Begins
171 High Expectations
172 Punch Drunk Love
173 Reminding Me
174 Ghetto Purgatory
175 Cloth
176 I Got a Right Ta
177 Rewind That
178 Ghetto Heaven Part Two
179 What A World
180 I've Been Thinking
181 "Between Me, You and Liberation"
182 Retrospect For Life
183 Green Room
184 Thisisme
185 The Dreamer

Common Bio

Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr. (born March 13, 1972), better known by his stage name Common (and previously known as Common Sense), is an American rapper and actor.

Common debuted in 1992 with the album Can I Borrow a Dollar? and maintained a significant underground following into the late 90s, after which he gained notable mainstream success through his work with the Soulquarians. His first major label album, Like Water for Chocolate, received widespread critical acclaim and moderate commercial success. Its popularity was matched by 2005's Be, which was nominated in the 2006 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album. Common was awarded his second Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, for "Southside" (featuring Kanye West) (from Finding Forever), his first Grammy was awarded in 2003 for Best R&B Song for "Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip-Hop)" with Erykah Badu. His best-of album Thisisme Then was released on November 27, 2007. Common has also initiated a burgeoning acting career, starring significant roles in such films as Smokin' Aces, Street Kings, American Gangster, Wanted, and the upcoming Terminator Salvation.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_(artist)