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David Byrne Lyrics

Genre: Rock

David Byrne Lyrics - by Popularity

1 (Untitled)
2 Office Cowboy
3 Big Business
4 Everything That Happens
5 Loco De Amor
6 The Call Of The Wild (merengue)
7 Home
8 The Rose Tattoo
9 The Call Of The Wild
10 Loco De Amor (salsa/reggae)
11 American Troglodyte
12 Social Studies [knee Play 4]
13 Here Lies Love
14 A Million Miles Away
15 The Burden Of The Word
16 The Rose Of Tacloban
17 Gates Of Paradise
18 Dirty Old Town (mapeye)
19 Make Believe Mambo
20 Walk Like A Woman
21 Big Blue Plymouth (Eyes Wide Open)
22 Wanted For Life
23 Dancing Together
24 Social Studies (The Gift Of Sound)
25 A Long Time Ago
26 The Breastplate Of Righteousness
27 Carnival Eyes
28 A Walk In The Dark
29 Deep Water
30 They Are In Love
31 Lilies Of The Valley
32 Wicked Little Doll
33 Good And Evil (rumba/llesa)
34 Nothing At All
35 The Jezebel Spirit
36 Independence Day (cumba)
37 Two Soldiers
38 Somebody
39 You And Eye
40 His Wife Refused
41 Make Believe Mambo (orisa)
42 The Pearl Of Great Price
43 Marching Through The Wilderness
44 The Sound Of Business
45 Twistin' In The Wind
46 Dance On Vaseline
47 Finite = Alright
48 Fuzzy Freaky
49 Solano Avenue
50 The Civil Wars
51 Seven Years
52 Unknown
53 Lie To Me
54 Kish
55 Written On Gold Plates
56 Light Bath
57 Buck Naked
58 Order 1081
59 Don't Want To Be A Part Of Your World
60 Dura Europus
61 Ade
62 Blue Hawaii
63 Crash
64 How Are You?
65 A Perfect Hand
66 Why Don't You Love Me?
67 Un Di Felice, Eterea
68 Girls on My Mind
69 Samara
70 A Building In The Air
71 Walking
72 Eleven Days
73 Asuka
74 Don't Want To Be Part Of Your World
75 Hanging Upside Down
76 Nineveh
77 Great Desolations
78 Under the Mountain
79 My Big Nurse
80 My Love Is You
81 Independence Day
82 Monkey Man
83 Ava
84 A House On Sand
85 Dinosaur
86 I Feel My Stuff
87 Don't You Agree?
88 You Don't Know Me
89 Don't Fence Me In
90 I Know Sometimes A Man Is Wrong
91 Dirty Old Town
92 Now I'm Your Mom
93 Machu Picchu
94 The Mouth Of Malachi
95 The Red House
96 Sad Song
97 Ladies In Blue
98 Don't Fence Me In (cole Porter)
99 She's Mad
100 Tula
101 Cumorah
102 Wheezing
103 Life Is Long
104 Strange Ritual
105 When She Passed By
106 In The Future [knee Play 12]
107 Glass, Concrete and Stone
108 Lie To Me (merengue)
109 America Is Waiting
110 Teotihuacan
111 The Angel Moroni
112 Eggs In A Briar Patch
113 Cloud Chamber
114 The River
115 A Pretty Face
116 I've Tried [things To Do] [knee Play 9]
117 Civilization
118 Outro
119 Something Ain't Right
120 Au fond du Temple Saint
121 Murmur Not
122 Black Flag
123 Strange Overtones
124 Amnesia
125 A Whole Man
126 Princess
127 Lazy
128 Pirates
129 The Cowboy Mambo ( Hey Lookit Me Now )
130 Empire
131 My Big Hands (Fall Through the Cracks)
132 Combat
133 A Soft Seduction
134 Ready For This World
135 Astronaut
136 Desconocido Soy
137 Tiny Town
138 Tiny Apocalypse
139 Language Confounded
140 Poison
141 Leg Bells
142 One Fine Day
143 Burnt By The Sun
144 I've Tried (Things To Do)
145 She Only Sleeps
146 Unclean Spirits
147 What a Day That Was
148 The Blue Flame
149 Poor Boy
150 Daddy Go Down
151 Men Will Do Anything
152 (the Gift Of Sound) Where The Sun Never Goes Down. [knee Play 5]
153 Tree (Today Is an Important Occasion)
154 Like Humans Do
155 Dialog Box
156 A Persecution Followed
157 Dense Beasts
158 The Lighthouse
159 Never So Big
160 The Sound Of Business [knee Play 3]
161 In The Future
162 The Dream Police
163 The Man Who Loved Beer
164 Art Thou Greater Than He?
165 The Other Side of this Life
166 Angels
167 Five Golden Sections
168 Please Don't
169 Tree (today Is An Important Occasion) [knee Play 1]
170 Where The Sun Never Goes Down
171 Exquisite Whiteness
172 Why
173 A Conduit To Heaven
174 A Self Made Man
175 Every Drop Of Rain
176 Miss America
177 Under Heavy Manners (fripp/byrne)
178 Good And Evil
179 Women Vs. Men
180 Ur
181 A Hill In Ontario County
182 Glad
183 A Cloud Of Light
184 Back In The Box
185 You'll Be Taken Care Of

David Byrne Bio

David Byrne (born May 14, 1952) is a Scottish-American musician and artist best known as a founding member and principal songwriter of the new wave band Talking Heads, which was active between 1974 and 1991. Since then, Byrne has released his own solo projects on record, and worked in a variety of media, including film, photography, opera, and Internet-based projects. He has received Grammy, Oscar, and Golden Globe awards for his achievements.

Byrne was born in Dumbarton, Scotland. Two years later, his parents moved to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and then to Arbutus, Maryland, when he was 8 or 9 years old. His father worked as an electronics engineer. Before high school, David Byrne already knew how to play the guitar, accordion, and violin. He was rejected from his middle school’s choir because they claimed he was “off-key and too withdrawn”. He has a younger sister named Celia, and his parents’ names are Emma and Tom Byrne. From a young age, Byrne had a strong interest in music. His parents say that he would constantly play his phonograph from age three and he learned how to play the harmonica at age five.

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