Gin Blossoms Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Gin Blossoms Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Not Only Numb
2 Hey Jealousy
3 Barely Breathing
4 Found Out About You
5 Miss Disarray (Single)
6 Day Job
7 Cajun
8 Lost Horizons
9 Memphis Time
10 Soul Deep
11 Til I Hear It from You
12 Something Wrong
13 Idiot Summer
14 I Can Sleep
15 Christine Irene
16 As Long As It Matters
17 Competition Smile
18 What
19 Rocket Man
20 Wave Bye Bye
21 Hands Are Tied
22 It's Not Too Much / We'll Be Everywhere
24 Whitewash (Live)
25 The End Of The World
26 Follow You Down
27 Wasting My Time/I'll Find Out What There Is
28 Slave Dealer's Daughter
29 Let's Play Two
30 Highwire
31 Hold Me Down
32 You Cost Me Too Much
34 Movin' On Up
35 Come On Hard
36 I Can't Figure You Out
37 25 Women Ago
38 Don't Change For Me
39 Dead Or Alive On The 405
40 Jet Black Sunrise
41 Mrs. Rita
42 Brackish Water
43 Goin To California
44 Curious Thing
45 7th Inning Stretch
46 My Car
47 Pieces of the Night
48 I'm Still Wondering Where The Bastards Are
49 I Don't Want To Lose You Now
50 Follow You Down (Edit)
51 Until I Fall Away
52 Nothing At All
53 I'm Ready
54 Allison Road '94
55 Perfectly Still
56 Angels Tonight
57 Dream With You
58 If You'll Be Mine
59 Back Of A Car
60 Virginia
61 Just South of Nowhere
62 Seeing Stars
63 Miss Disarray
64 Til I Hear It from You (LP Version)
65 Whitewash
66 Keli Richards
67 Girls Can't Wait
68 California Sun
69 Number One
70 Christine Sixteen
71 Learning The Hard Way
72 Blues Eyes Bleeding
73 29
74 Heart Away
75 Fool For The Taking
76 Heart Shaped Locket
77 Allison Road
78 Folsom Prison Blues
79 Someday Soon
80 Go Crybaby
81 Cajun Song
82 Slave Dealer's Daugther
83 Long Time Gone
84 Something Real
85 Cheatin'
86 Fireworks
87 Super Girl
88 Somewhere Tonight

Gin Blossoms Bio

Gin Blossoms is an alternative rock band formed in 1987, in Tempe, Arizona. They took their name from a photo of W.C. Fields which bore the caption "W.C. Fields with gin blossoms", referring to what appeared to be the actor's gin-ravaged nose, but was actually a skin condition known as rosacea. The band released three albums and had several hits in the mid 1990s, before breaking up in 1997. Five years later in 2002, the band reunited, released a DVD, resumed touring, and promised a fourth album. Major Lodge Victory, the Gin Blossoms' first album in ten years, was released on August 8, 2006 on the Hybrid Recordings label.

Members during the band's early years included guitarist and songwriter Doug Hopkins, bassist Bill Leen, vocalist Robin Wilson, guitarist Richard Taylor, Taylors original replacement Steven Severson, drummer Chris McCann, McCann's replacement Dan Henzerling, and Taylor's later replacement Jesse Valenzuela. During their early years, the Gin Blossoms became well-known locally around their hometown of Tempe, Arizona. With the band's frequent touring and resulting increase in popularity, the Blossoms also independently recorded their first full-length album, Dusted, which was released in 1989.

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