Ian Hunter Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Ian Hunter Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Flowers
2 Once Bitten, Twice Shy
3 Overnight Angels
4 Read 'Em 'N' Weep
5 I Need Your Love
6 Up And Running
7 Justice of the Peace
8 The Artful Dodger
9 Man Overboard
10 Shallow Crystals
11 Words (Big Mouth)
12 Babylon Blues
13 Lounge Lizard
14 Girl From The Office
15 "3,000 Miles from Here"
16 Rape
17 Brainwashed
18 I Get So Excited
19 Shades Off
20 Shrunken Heads
21 Soul Of America
22 River Of Tears
23 Soap and Water
24 Sons N' Lovers
25 Resurrection Mary
26 Stretch
27 Central Park n' West
28 Red Letter Day
29 I Ain’t No Angel
30 Leave Me Alone
31 4th Hour of My Sleep
32 Letter To Britannia From The Union Jack
33 Captain Void 'n' The Video Jets
34 Still The Same
35 I Am What I Hated When I Was Young
36 When The Daylight Comes
37 Broadway
38 I Hate Dancin’
39 All American Alien Boy
40 Power of Darkness
41 Boy
42 My Revolution
43 Noises
44 Women's Intuition
45 The Outsider
46 Cleveland Rocks
47 Open my Eyes
48 23A, Swan Hill
49 Death of a Nation
50 (Miss) Silver Dime
51 Words
52 No One
53 Pain
54 Just When I Needed You Most
55 Another Fine Mess
56 Dead Man Walkin' (Eastenders)
57 Shades Off (Poem)
58 Every Step Of The Way
59 I Wish I Was Your Mother
60 The Great Escape
61 American Music
62 Old Records Never Die
63 Lowdown Freedom
64 Following In Your Footsteps
65 Your Eyes
66 Too Much
67 Death 'n' Glory Boys
68 Detroit (Rough Version)
69 Arms And Legs
70 You Nearly Did Me In
71 On My Way To Georgia
72 Cool
73 Wasted
74 Invisible Strings
75 Now Is The Time
76 The Best Thing
77 God (Take 1)
78 Still Love Rock n Roll
79 Golden Opportunity
80 Growing Old With Rock ‘N’ Roll
81 Real or Imaginary
82 We Gotta Get Out Of Here
83 Something To Believe In
84 Michael Picasso
85 Bastard
86 Purgatory
87 American Spy
88 Restless Youth
89 Wild East
90 Apathy 83
91 Irene Wilde
92 Good Samaritan
93 How Much More Can I Take
94 To Rule Brittania from Union Jack
95 Silver Needles
96 Scars
97 Fuss About Nothin'
98 Morons
99 Junkee Love
100 Ships
101 Irene Wilde (Take 1)
102 Life After Death
103 Wild 'N Free
104 When The World Was Round
105 Ripoff
106 Lisa Likes Rock n' Roll
107 Skeletons (In Your Closet)
108 Weary Anger
109 Sons And Daughters
110 Wash Us Away
111 Big Time
112 These Feelings
113 Fun
114 Apathy
115 It Ain't Easy When You Fall
116 Listen To The Eight Track
117 Win It All
118 Theatre Of The Absurd
119 Who Do You Love
120 (God) Advice to a Friend
121 Speechless
122 The Truth, the Whole Truth, Nuthin' but the Truth
123 That Girl Is Rock 'n' Roll
124 Knees of my Heart
125 Way With Words
126 Easy Money
127 To Love a Woman
128 Tell It Like It Is
129 Traitor
130 Just Another Night
131 Seeing Double
132 How's Your House
133 Gun Control
134 Rain
135 The Other Man
136 Beg a Little Love
137 The Loner
138 Walk On Water
139 All of the Good Ones Are Taken
140 Guiding Light
141 Standin' In My Light
142 Somethin's Goin' On
143 Silent Movie
144 Livin' in a heart
145 Sweet Dreamer

Ian Hunter Bio

Ian Hunter Patterson, (born 3 June 1939), is an English singer-songwriter who is best known as the lead singer of the English rock band Mott the Hoople from its inception in 1969 to its dissolution in 1974, and at the time of its 2009 reunion. Hunter was a musician and songwriter before joining Mott The Hoople, and continued in this vein after he left the band. He embarked on a solo career despite ill health and disillusionment with commercial success, and often worked in collaboration with Mick Ronson, David Bowie's sideman and arranger from the Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars period.

Mott The Hoople achieved a certain level of commercial success, and attracted a small but devoted fan base. As a solo artist, Hunter charted with lesser-known but more wide-ranging works outside of the rock mainstream. His best-known solo records are "Once Bitten, Twice Shy", later covered by Great White, and "Cleveland Rocks," a cover version of which became the theme song for the American TV series The Drew Carey Show.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Hunter_(singer)