Grand Funk Railroad Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Grand Funk Railroad Albums

Grand Funk Railroad Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Locomotion
2 Some Kind of Wonderful
3 Inside Looking Out
4 We're An American Band
5 Rock 'n' Roll Soul
6 Look at Granny Run Run
7 Creepin'
8 Miss My Baby
9 Call Yourself A Man
10 Gotta Find Me A Better Day
11 Walk Like A Man
12 Mean Mistreater
13 Trying To Get Away
14 Talk To The People
15 Politician
16 Winter and My Soul
17 The Railroad
18 Upsetter
19 Greed Of Man
20 Big Buns
21 Freedom Is For Children
22 Gimme Shelter
23 Rock & Roll Soul
24 Sin's A Good Man's Brother
25 Testify
26 T.N.U.C.
27 Dues
28 Nowhere To Run
29 Destitute And Losin'
30 To Get Back In
31 Don't Let 'Em Take Your Gun
32 Pass It Around
33 She Got To Move Me
34 Feelin' Alright
35 Heartbreaker
36 High Falootin' Woman
37 Good Times
38 Anybody's Answer
39 Please Don't Worry
40 The Loco-Motion
41 I Don't Have To Sing The Blues
42 Sally
43 Stuck In The Middle
44 People, Let's Stop The War
45 Release Your Love
46 Are You Ready
47 Hooked On Love
48 Born To Die
49 Country Road
50 Responsibility
51 Can You Do It
52 Are You Ready (Live)
53 Please Me
54 Mr. Pretty Boy
55 I Come Tumblin'
56 Bad Time
57 Y.O.U.
58 We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
59 Paranoid
60 Mean Mistreater [live]
61 Good Things
62 Memories
63 Into The Sun
64 We’re An American Band
65 Get It Together
66 In Need [live]
67 No Reason Why
68 All The Girls In The World Beware
69 Can't Be Too Long
70 Closer To Home (I’m Your Captain)
71 Shinin' On
72 Mr. Limousine Driver
73 Goin' For The Pastor
74 Wait For Me
75 All You've Got Is Money
76 Closer To Home / I'm Your Captain
77 High On A Horse
78 Can't Be With You Tonight
79 I Just Gotta Know
80 No Lies
81 Nothing Is The Same
82 Queen Bee
83 Crossfire
84 1976
85 Wild
86 Comfort Me
87 Closer To Home
88 Walk Like A Man (You Can Call Me Your Man)
89 Got This Thing On The Move
90 Just Couldn't Wait
91 Little Johnny Hooker
92 Ups And Downs
93 Footstompin'Music
94 Time Machine
95 Loneliness
96 So You Won't Have To Die
97 Life
98 Save The Land
99 Aimless Lady

Grand Funk Railroad Bio

Grand Funk Railroad (also known as Grand Funk) is an American blues rock band that was highly popular during the 1970s. Grand Funk Railroad toured to packed arenas worldwide. David Fricke of Rolling Stone Magazine said "You cannot talk about rock in the 1970's without talking about Grand Funk Railroad!" A popular take on the band during its heyday was that, although the critics hated them, audiences loved them. The band's name is a play on words of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, a railroad line that ran through the band's home town of Flint, Michigan.

Originally a trio, the band was formed in 1969 by Mark Farner (guitar, vocals) and Don Brewer (drums, vocals) from Terry Knight and the Pack, and Mel Schacher (bass) from Question Mark & the Mysterians; Knight soon became the band's manager.

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