David Archuleta Lyrics

Genre: Pop

David Archuleta Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Smokey Mountain Memories
2 Imagine
3 In This Moment
4 Something 'Bout Love
5 Ave Maria
6 The Long And Winding Road
7 You Can
8 Maybe
9 Falling Stars
10 A Thousand Miles
11 Somewhere Only We Know
12 Another Day In Paradise
13 Silent Night
14 Touch My Hand
15 Reaching Out
16 Elevator
17 You Can (AOL Session)
18 Everybody Hurts
19 Let's Talk About Love
20 The First Noel
21 A Little Too Not Over You (radio mix)
22 Shop Around
23 Falling
24 Stomping The Roses
25 Touch My Hand (AOL Session)
26 Don't Give Up
27 Love Me Tender
28 Crush
29 Save The Day
30 Let Me Go
31 Things Are Gonna Get Better
32 My Hands (AOL Session)
33 Angel
34 Sweet Caroline
35 Crush (Jason Nevins remix)
36 Broken
37 Waiting for Yesterday
38 Look Around
39 A Little Too Not Over You (AOL Session)
40 Bridge over Troubled Water
41 Waiting On The World To Change
42 Barriers
43 beautiful
44 First Noel
45 A Little Too Not Over You
46 My Kind Of Perfect
47 Crush (AOL Session)
48 True Colors
49 When You Believe
50 Angels We Have Heard On High
51 Other Side of Down
52 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
53 Rainbow(Remix)
54 Good Place
55 Crush (Jason Nevins radio edit)
56 Pride (In the Name of Love)
57 Numb
58 Pat-A-Pan
59 Love Dont Hate
60 Maybe(Minus-One)
61 Complain
62 Be Still My Soul
63 Senseless
64 Works for Me
65 Rainbow (Minus One)
66 Riu Riu
67 Hold On(Minus-One)
68 Something About Love
69 Don't Run Away
70 He Showed Me How
71 Somebody Out There
72 Tell Me
73 Forevermore (Minus One)
74 Parachutes & Airplanes
75 Everything and More
76 She's Not You
77 Your Eyes Don't Lie
78 Forevermore
79 Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
80 I'll Never Go (minus one)
81 The Day After Tomorrow
82 Don’t Run Away
83 O Come All Ye Faithful
84 Angels
85 Rainbow
86 Imagine [Live]
87 You Are My Song(Minus-One)
88 Nothing Else Better To Do
89 Heart Falls Out
90 Joy to the World
91 Running
92 Desperate
93 I'll Never Go
94 Don't Let The Sun Go Down Down On Me [Live]
95 Forevermore(Minus-One)
96 Longer
97 Notice Me
98 My Hands
99 To Be With You
100 Angels In The Alleyway
101 You Are My Song
102 Stand By Me
103 I'll Never Go(Minus-One)
104 Wait
105 I’ll Never Go
106 What Child Is This
107 Don't Let Go
108 Dont Let The Sun Go Down Down On Me
109 Hold On
110 Not A Very Good Liar
111 The Other Side of Down
112 Every Word You Said
113 Glorious
114 O Holy Night
115 Melodies of Christmas
116 Heaven
117 Wherever You Are
118 Who I Am
119 Zero Gravity
120 Nandito Ako
121 And So It Goes
122 I'll Be Home for Christmas

David Archuleta Bio

David James Archuleta (born December 28, 1990) is an American singer. In May 2008, he became the runner-up on the seventh season of American Idol receiving 44 percent of over 97 million votes. Archuleta's first single "Crush" was released in August 2008; his self-titled debut album was released on November 11, 2008.

David Archuleta was born in Miami, Florida, to Jeff Archuleta and Lupe Marie, a salsa singer and dancer from Honduras. Archuleta has four siblings. Archuleta's family moved to the Salt Lake Valley, to the city of Sandy, Utah, when Archuleta was six. He currently lives in Murray, Utah, where he is a student at Murray High School. Archuleta is a member of the Boy Scouts of America.

Archuleta started singing at age six, inspired by a Les Misérables video. "That musical is what started all of this", he said. He started performing publicly at age 10 when he participated in the Utah Talent Competition singing "I Will Always Love You" by Dolly Parton; he received a standing ovation and won the Child Division.

Archuleta was inspired by watching both Tamyra Gray and Kelly Clarkson to "see what performing and really getting into a song was like" during the beginning weeks of the premiere season of American Idol. He later made his television debut, at eleven years old, singing "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" on The Jenny Jones Show show for future Latino stars alongside season one finalist A.J. Gil. Through A.J. Gil he was able to meet and sing for Gray who had sung the song on American Idol as well as Clarkson (that year's winner) and Justin Guarini (the runner up).

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