Hall And Oates Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Hall And Oates Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I'm Just a Kid (Do't Make Me Feel Like A Man)
2 Do What You Want, Be What You Are
3 Keep On Pushin' Love
4 Woman Comes And Goes
5 Who Said The World Was Fair
6 The Girl Who Used to Be Me
7 Time Won't Pass Me By
8 Beanie G. And the Rose Tattoo
9 The Sky Is Falling
10 Number One
11 You Make My Dreams
12 Marigold Sky
13 Everytime I Look at You
14 Back Together Again
15 I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)
16 Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart?
17 August Day
18 Private Eyes
19 Rich Girl
20 Room to Breathe
21 Sara Smile
22 Diddy Doo Wop (I Heart The Voices)
23 Georgie
24 Running From Paradise
25 Las Vegas Turnaround (The Stewardess Song)
26 Don't Change
27 She's Gone
28 70's Scenario
29 Maneater
30 You Must Be Good for Something
31 Can't Stop the Music (He Played It Much Too Long)
32 Open All Night
33 Cold, Dark, and Yesterday
34 Don't Hold Back Your Love
35 Melody for a Memory
36 Bebop/Drop
37 Out Of Touch
38 War Baby Son of Zorro
39 Heavy Rain
40 Art of Heartbreak
41 Talking All Night
42 Bad Habits and Infections
43 Gotta Lotta Nerve (Perfect Perfect)
44 Possession Obsession
45 You're Much Too Soon
46 I Ain't Gonna Take It This Time
47 Portable Radio
48 At Tension
49 Lady Rain
50 Did It In A Minute
51 Crime Pays
52 Friday Let Me Down
53 Delayed Reaction
54 Throw The Roses Away
55 Laughing Boy
56 Head Above Water
57 Love Hurts (Love Heals)
58 Kiss on My List
59 Crazy Eyes
60 Goodnight and Goodmorning
61 Sometimes A Mind Changes
62 Wait For Me
63 Family Man
64 I'm Sorry
65 Starting All Over Again
66 Go Solo
67 Falling
68 Alone Too Long
69 Guessing Games
70 Mano A Mano
71 You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling
72 London Luck & Love
73 Lilly (Are You Happy)
74 Camellia
75 Downtown life
76 Southeast City Window
77 Ennui On The Mountain
78 Don't Blame It On Love
79 Some Men
80 One on One
81 Have I Been Away Too Long
82 Tell Me What You Want
83 All American Girl
84 You'll Never Learn
85 They Needed Each Other
86 I'm Watching You (A Mutant Romance)
87 (You Know) It Doesn't Matter Anymore
88 It's A Laugh
89 Is It a Star
90 Nothing At All
91 I Don't Think So
92 Dance On Your Knees
93 Out Of Me, Out Of You
94 Love Out Loud
95 Abandoned Luncheonette
96 Pleasure Beach
97 Give It Up (Old Habits)
98 Serious Music
99 Halfway There
100 Had I Known You Better Then
101 Everytime You Go Away
102 Promise Ain't Enough
103 Romeo is Bleeding
104 Bigger Than Both of Us
105 Hard To Be In Love With You
106 Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid
107 All Our Love
108 Only Love
109 How Does It Feel to Be Back
110 Fall in Philadelphia
111 So Close
112 Want To
113 The Empytness
114 United State
115 War Of Words
116 When the Morning Comes
117 Looking For A Good Sign
118 Lazyman
119 Do It For Love
120 Alley Katz
121 Kerry
122 What's Important to Me (Demo)
123 Italian Girls
124 Winged Bull
125 Ice (Demo)
126 Everything Your Heart Desires
127 Thank You for...
128 Gino (The Manager)
129 Time's Up (Alone Tonight)
130 I'm In Pieces
131 Better Watch Your Back
132 Grounds For Separation
133 No Brain, No Pain
134 I Don't Wanna Lose You
135 Unguarded Minute
136 Bank On Your Love
137 Change Of Season
138 Waterwheel
139 Hold on to Yourself
140 Missed Opportunity
141 Your Imagination
142 All You Want Is Heaven
143 Realove
144 Africa
145 Johnny Gore And The 'C' Eaters
146 Everywhere I Look
147 Rockability
148 Big Kids
149 Going Through The Motions
150 Screaming Through December
151 Hallofon
152 Rocket to God
153 Method Of Modern Love
154 Intravino
155 Soldering
156 Out Of The Blue
157 Soul Love
158 The Last Time

Hall And Oates Bio

Hall & Oates are a pop music duo comprising Daryl Hall and John Oates. The act achieved its greatest fame in the late 1970s and early to mid-1980s. They specialized in a fusion of rock and roll and rhythm and blues styles, which they dubbed "rock and soul." Critics Stephen Thomas Erlewine & J. Scott McClintock write, "at their best, [Hall & Oates'] songs were filled with strong hooks and melodies that adhered to soul traditions without being a slave to them by incorporating elements of new wave and hard rock." Much of their soul influence came from known African-American soul, and blues artists who helped develop a significant amount of their music, as well as often touring and performing with them. Their "bluesy" influence can also be attributed to being exposed to early blues, jazz, r&b, and soul genres at an earlier period in their lives.

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