Deacon Blue And Ricky Ross Lyrics

Genre: Pop

Deacon Blue And Ricky Ross Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I Was Right And You Were Wrong
2 Christmas And Glasgow
3 The World Is Lit By Lightning
4 Twist And Shout
5 Into The Good Night
6 Wake Up And Dream
7 Beautifully Still
8 Jesus Do Your Hands Still Feel The Rain
9 The Friends Of Billy Bear
10 Plastic Shoes
11 Hang Your Head
12 Long Window To Love
13 You Don't Understand (unreleased)
14 Will We Be Lovers
15 Town To Be Blamed
16 I Will See You Tomorrow
17 James Joyce Soles
18 Hear On The Wind
19 Chairman Mao's Vacation
20 Always Alone
21 Bethlehems Gate
22 Rosie Gordon Lies So Still
23 Love You Like A Son
24 Your Swaying Arms
25 Deathwork Song
26 Born In A Storm
27 A Is For Astronaut
28 Something About Ireland
29 What You Are
30 Suprised By Joy
31 Even Higher Ground
32 Last Night I Dreamed Of Henry Thomas
33 Faifley
34 When Sinners Fall
35 Little Lincoln
36 My Girl Going To Town
37 Waves Of Sorrow
38 He Looks Like Spencer Tracy Now
39 The Germans Are Out Today
40 Every Time You Sleep
41 Only Tender Love
42 Fourteen Years
43 Circus Lights
44 Rodeo Boy
45 Loaded
46 Vision On
47 Homesick
48 Peace,jobs And Freedom
49 Freedom Train
50 Fergus Sings The Blues
51 Message To Michael
52 Ash Wednesday
53 Love's Great Fears
54 A Brighter Star Than You Will Shine
55 Closing Time
56 All I Want
57 I Am Born
58 Gentle Teardrops
59 Love And Regret
60 Mexico Rain
61 Blue Horse
62 Ragman
63 Cover From The Sky
64 Beautiful Stranger
65 Now That You're Here
66 Your Town
67 Ghost
68 Orphans
69 My America
70 Cresswell Street
71 Raintown
72 Fellow Hoodlums
73 Out There
74 Cold Easter
75 Goin' Back
76 One Hundred Things
77 My Friend Tonight
78 Earth A Little Lighter
79 The Very Thing
80 Goodnight Jamsie
81 Rae
82 Good Evening Philadelphia
83 Golden Bells
84 Queen Of The New Year
85 Only Love Remains
86 Here's Singer
87 When Will You (make My Telephone Ring)
88 Love Hurts
89 Silverlake
90 Icarus
91 Good
92 Real Gone Kid
93 Pimp Talking
94 I Love You
95 A Week In Politics (is A Long Time)
96 This Train Will Take You Anywhere
97 Jack Singer
98 Sad Loved Girl
99 Proud To Be An Arab
100 I'm Sure Buddy Would Know
101 One Day I'll Go Walking
102 Walking Back Home
103 Almost Beautiful
104 Love Isn't Hard Its Strong
105 Hey Craig
106 Silhouette
107 Ronnie Spector
108 My Only Tie
109 Checkout Girls
110 The Day That Jackie Jumped The Jail
111 When You Are Young
112 Promise You Rain
113 I'll Never Fall In Love Again
114 Shake Some Action
115 On The Line
116 Don't Look Back
117 The Wildness
118 All Over The World
119 Are You There (with Another Girl)
120 Radio On
121 Indigo Sky
122 This Changing Light
123 Still In The Mood
124 The Further North You Go
125 Little India
126 Bound To Love
127 Wages Day
128 That Brilliant Feeling
129 The Undeveloped Heart
130 Cut Lip
131 The Lovers
132 It's Not Funny Anymore
133 Your Constant Heart
134 Some People Last Winter
135 Fall So Freely Down
136 Disneyworld
137 I've Been Making Such A Fool
138 Starring Love
139 The Look Of Love
140 Chocolate Girl
141 Don't Let The Teardrops Start
142 Hippy Girl
143 The River Is Wide
144 Dignity

Deacon Blue And Ricky Ross Bio

Deacon Blue are a Scottish pop band formed in Glasgow during 1985. Their name was taken from the title of the Steely Dan song "Deacon Blues". The band consists of vocalist Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh, keyboard player James Prime and drummer Dougie Vipond.

The band released their debut album, Raintown on May 1, 1987 in the United Kingdom, it was released in the United States in February 1988. The album, widely praised as Deacon Blue's finest work, has the overtones of a concept album relating to the struggles of getting by in life in the inner city of urban life - the city being unmistakably Glasgow, referenced by the roots of the band and by the famous images on the cover of the album, the view of a rainy day over Glasgow's West End (with the Finnieston Crane featuring prominently) and, on the rear, a long-exposure capture of the Kingston Bridge blasting through the city centre at night.

Their second studio album, When The World Knows Your Name (1989) topped the UK Album Charts for two weeks, and included "Real Gone Kid" which became their first UK top ten single.