Isaak Chris Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Isaak Chris Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Lonely With A Broken Heart
2 Don't Make Me Dream About You
3 Think Of Tomorrow
4 Graduation Day
5 Forever Young
6 Always Got Tonight
7 American Boy
8 Cool Love
9 Shadows In A Mirror
10 The Lonely Ones
11 This Love Will Last
12 Pretty Girls Don't Cry
13 Waiting For The Rain To Fall
14 Things Go Wrong
15 I Want Your Love
16 Voodoo
17 Return To Me
18 Wild Love
19 Blue Spanish Sky
20 South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way)
21 You Owe Me Some Kind Of Love
22 Diddley Daddy
23 Move Along
24 Sweet Leilani
25 You Took My Heart
26 Round 'n' Round
27 Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing
28 San Francisco Days
29 Courthouse
30 Two Hearts
31 Changed Your Mind
32 Heart Shaped World
33 Solitary Man
34 I See You Everywhere
35 Waiting For My Lucky Day
36 Don't Leave Me On My Own
37 I'm Not Waiting
38 Waiting
39 Let Me Down Easy
40 Wrong To Love You
41 Forever Blue
42 In The Heat Of The Jungle
43 Another Idea
44 Life Will Go On
45 Yellow Bird
46 Goin' Nowhere
47 Kings Of The Highway
48 Back On Your Side
49 Nothing To Say
50 Blue Hotel
51 Go Walking Down There
52 Nothing's Changed
53 Funeral In The Rain
54 Notice The Ring
55 Cryin'
56 Wicked Game
57 Gone Ridin'
58 One Day
59 Fade Away
60 I Believe
61 Wicked Game (1)
62 Livin' For Your Lover
63 Somebody To Love
64 Heart Full Of Soul
65 5:15
66 Talk To Me
67 Worked It Out Wrong
68 Dancin'
69 Lie To Me
70 Somebody's Crying
71 Beautiful Homes
72 Tears
73 I Wonder
74 Lovers Game
75 The End Of Everything
76 Can't Do A Thing (To Stop Me)
77 Only The Lonely
78 There She Goes
79 Except The New Girl
80 Unhappiness

Isaak Chris Bio

Christopher Joseph "Chris" Isaak (born June 26, 1956) is an American rock musician and occasional actor.

Isaak was born in Stockton, California, at St. Joseph's Medical Center, the son of Dorothy (née Vignolo), a potato chip factory worker, and Joe Isaak (1929–2012), a forklift driver. Isaak's mother is Italian American, from Genoa. Isaak attended Amos Alonzo Stagg High School in north Stockton, graduating in 1974. He was class president all three years, culminating with his election as Student Body President in his senior year, along with being the 1974 graduating class valedictorian and head of the all male cheer squad. He subsequently attended a local college, San Joaquin Delta Community College before transferring to the University of the Pacific, graduating with a bachelor's degree in communications in 1981.