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Foo Fighters Lyrics

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Foo Fighters Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Walk
2 Everlong
3 All My Life
4 A Matter Of Time
5 The Pretender
6 Everlong (Acoustic)
7 Learn To Fly
8 Another Round
9 Long Road To Ruin
10 February Stars
11 Times Like These
12 Miss The Misery
13 Bridge Burning
14 Rope
15 Come Alive
16 I Should Have Known
17 Over And Out
18 Dear Rosemary
19 Let It Die
20 Wheels
21 Arlandria
22 Walking After You
23 Best of You
24 Headwires
25 Low
26 Stacked Actors
27 These Days
28 Better Off
29 Breakout
30 Generator
31 Oh, George
32 Gimmie Stitches
33 But, Honestly
34 Hey, Johnny Park!
35 DOA
36 Make A Bet
37 Alone + Easy Target
38 My Poor Brain
39 Big Me
40 Friend Of A Friend
41 Wind Up
42 Ain't It The Life
43 On The Mend
44 This Is A Call
45 Rope (Deadmau5 Remix)
46 My Hero
47 See You
48 Aurora
49 Doll
50 Home
51 Live-In Skin
52 Tired of You
53 Cold Day In The Sun
54 Exhausted
55 I'll Stick Around
56 Enough Space
57 M.I.A.
58 No Way Back
59 Skin And Bones
60 New Way Home
61 White Limo
62 Up In Arms
63 For All The Cows
64 Stranger Things Have Happened
65 Razor
66 The Last Song
67 Next Year
68 Have It All
69 Monkeywrench
70 X-Static
71 Erase/Replace
72 Word Forward
73 Floaty
74 Dear Lover
75 Son Of A Preacher Man
76 Good Grief
77 Band On The Run (Wings Cover)
78 Disenchanted Lullaby
79 Statues
80 The Best of You
81 Lonely as You
82 I'm Alone Again
83 Wattershed
84 Weenie Beenie
85 Young Man Blues (Mose Allison Cover)
86 Ozone
87 Butterflies
88 Summers End
89 End Over End
90 Pokey The Little Puppy
91 Danny Says
92 The Sign
93 Win Or Lose
94 D.O.A.
95 Overdrive
96 Life of Illusion
97 Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin'
98 Winnebago
99 Darling Nikki (Prince Cover)
100 Bad Reputation (Thin Lizzy Cover)
101 Never Talking To You Again (Husker Du Cover)
102 A320
103 Podunk
104 Carry On My Wayward Son
105 The Colour And The Shape
106 Sister Europe
107 Damn You Damn Everyone
108 Just Another Story About Skeeter Thompson
109 Touch
110 Planet Claire
111 Petrol CB
112 Burn Away
113 How I Miss You
114 Come Back
115 Throwing Needles
116 Gas Chamber
117 Have A Cigar
118 World (Demo)
119 The Deepest Blues Are Black
120 Iron Rooster
121 Virginia Moon
122 Walking a Line
123 The Neverending Sigh
124 I Feel Free (Cream Cover)
125 Iron & Stone
126 Still
127 Something from Nothing
128 Saint Cecilia
129 Marigold
130 Hell
131 The Feast and the Famine
132 Sean
133 Congregation
134 Savior Breath
135 Bruce
136 If Ever
137 What Did I Do? / God As My Witness
138 Iron Rooster
139 Color Pictures of a Marigold
140 This Will Be Our Year (The Zombies Cover)
141 Outside
142 The Neverending Sigh
143 Me Hero
144 Baker Street
145 Requiem
146 What If I Do?
147 In the Clear
148 Normal
149 Hell's Garden
150 FFL
151 Subterranean
152 The One
153 Spill
154 I Am a River
155 Gas Chamber (Angry Samoans Cover)
156 Miracle
157 Milk
158 "There Goes My Hero" By Foo Fighters
159 For All the Cows (Live In Amsterdam 29 Feb 2000)
160 Rope (Single)
161 Down In The Park
162 There Goes My Hero
163 Monkey Wrench (Live In Melbourne 2 Feb 2000)
164 Drive Me Wild
165 Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make-Up Is Running)
166 Back And Forth
167 Next Year (Live In Melbourne 2 Feb 2000)
168 Fraternity
169 Free Me
170 Saint Cecilia
171 Tired
172 Ballad Of The Beaconsfield Miners
173 Halo
174 Once & For All (Demo)
175 Resolve
176 Sean
177 In Your Honor
178 Savior Breath
179 How Do You Do?

Foo Fighters Bio

The Foo Fighters are an American alternative rock band originally formed in 1994 by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl  as a one-man project following the dissolution of his previous band. The band got its name from the UFOs and various aerial phenomena that were reported by Allied aircraft pilots in World War II, which were known collectively as foo fighters. Prior to the release of the Foo Fighters' 1995 debut album Foo Fighters, which featured Grohl as the only official member, Grohl drafted bassist Nate Mendel and drummer William Goldsmith, both formerly of Sunny Day Real Estate, as well as fellow Nirvana touring bandmate Pat Smear as guitarist to complete the lineup. The band began with performances in Portland, Oregon before gaining popularity. Goldsmith quit during the recording of the group's second album, The Colour and the Shape  (1997) when most of the drum parts were re-recorded by Grohl himself. Smear's departure followed soon afterward. They were replaced by Taylor Hawkins and Franz Stahl, respectively, although Stahl was fired before the recording of the group's third album, There Is Nothing Left to Lose (1999).

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