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Irma Thomas Lyrics

Genre: Blues

Irma Thomas Lyrics - by Popularity

1 What Can I Do
2 Our Love Don't Come That Easy
3 Break-A-Way - 1986 - Remaster
4 Oh Holy Night
5 He's My Guy
6 I Count the Tears
7 She'll Never Be Your Wife
8 Underground Stream
9 Waiting For Someone
10 Long After Tonight Is All Over (Remastered 1992)
11 Ruler Of My Heart (Live)
12 Take a Look
13 All I Know Is the Way I Feel
14 These Four Walls
15 Thinking About You
16 Fancy
17 It's Raining
18 River Is Waiting (Live)
19 Breakaway
20 The New Rules
21 What's So Wrong With You Loving Me
22 Be You
23 She's Taken My Part
24 It’s Raining
25 In the Middle of It All
26 That's What Love Is All About
27 Looking Back
28 You're the Dog (I Do the Barking Myself)
29 Medley: Coming from Behind (Monologue) / Wish Someone Would Care
30 This Bitter Earth
31 Shadow of the Sun
32 Breakaway (Recorded Live From Slim's / San Francisco, California / August 1990)
33 Till I Can't Take It Anymore
34 Hittin' on Nothin'
35 Baby I Love You
36 Turn My World Around
37 Cold Rain
38 Full Time Woman
39 Time Is On My Side (Recorded Live From Slim's / San Francisco, California / August 1990)
40 Soul of a Man
41 You Can Have My Husband
42 Sit Down and Cry
43 We Won't Be In Your Way Anymore
44 Overrated
45 All I Wanna Do is Save You
46 That's What Love Is All About (Recorded Live From Slim's / San Francisco, California / August 1990)
47 Time Is on My Side
48 Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You)
49 Dancing in the Street
50 I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free
51 I'll Do It All Over You
52 Same Old Blues
53 You Can Have My Husband (Live)
54 It's Raining (Recorded Live From Slim's / San Francisco, California / August 1990)
55 Wish Someone Would Care
56 I Need Your Love So Bad
57 The Same Love That Made Me Laugh
58 Adam and Eve
59 I Think It's Going to Rain Today
60 Cry On - 2002 Digital Remaster
61 It's Raining - Live
62 Ruler of My Heart
63 Straight From the Heart
64 Loving Arms
65 It's Eleven O'Clock
66 It's Raining - 2002 Digital Remaster
67 Wish Someone Would Care - Live With Spoken Intro
68 I'm Your Puppet
69 Time Is on My Side (live)
70 Break Away
71 Could It Be Differently
72 Ruler Of My Heart - 2002 Digital Remaster
73 Wish Someone Would Care (Live)
74 Hold Me While I Cry
75 Smoke Filled Room
76 River Is Waiting
77 No Name
78 Long After Tonight Is All Over - 1992 Remastered Version
79 Cry On (Live)
80 Get Here
81 I'll Be Satisfied
82 Long After the Night Is All Over
83 Turn Around and Love You
84 Time Is On My Side - 1992 Digital Remaster
85 Break-A-way (Remastered)
86 Two Winters Long
87 I'll Take Care of You
88 Yield Not to Temptation
89 Back Water Blues
90 Tell Me Again
91 It's Raining - 2002 Remastered Version
92 Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool For You) (Recorded Live From Slim's / San Francisco, California / August 1990)
93 Break-A-Way
94 Cry On
95 Somebody Told You
96 If I Had Any Sense I'd Go Back Home
97 Try To Be Thankful
98 Ruler Of My Heart - 1994 - Remaster
99 Wish Someone Would Care (Recorded Live From Slim's / San Francisco, California / August 1990)
100 Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand)
101 Your Until Tomorrow
102 I Wish Someone Would Care
103 Early In the Morning
104 Time After Time
105 Long After Tonight Is All Over - 1992 Digital Remaster
106 You Can Have My Husband (Recorded Live From Slim's / San Francisco, California / August 1990)
107 Long After Tonight Is All Over
108 Another Man Done Gone
109 In Between Tears

Irma Thomas Albums

Irma Thomas Bio

Irma Thomas (born February 18, 1941, Ponchatoula, Louisiana, United States) is an American singer from New Orleans. She is known as the "Soul Queen of New Orleans".

Thomas is a contemporary of Aretha Franklin and Etta James, but never experienced their level of commercial success. In 2007, she won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album for After the Rain, her first Grammy in a career spanning over 50 years.

Born Irma Lee, as a teen she sang with a Baptist church choir, auditioning for Specialty Records as a 13-year old. By the age of 19 she had been married twice and had four children. Keeping her second ex-husband's surname, she worked as a waitress in New Orleans, occasionally singing with bandleader Tommy Ridgley, who helped her land a record deal with the local Ron label. Her first single, "(You Can Have My Husband but) Don't Mess with My Man," was released in spring 1960, and reached number 22 on the Billboard R&B chart.

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