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Jackyl Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Jackyl Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Push Comes to Shove
2 Rock-A-Ho
3 I Stand Alone
4 She Loves My Cock
5 When Will It Rain
6 Secret of the Bottle
7 Redneck Punk
8 The Lumberjack
9 Chinatown
10 I Am The I Am
11 I Could Never Touch You Like That
12 Back Off Brother
13 The More You Hate It - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
14 Private Hell
15 Push Comes To Shove (Live)
16 Gimme Back My Bullets
17 Let's Don't Go There
18 Best in Show
19 Live Wire
20 Down on Me
21 I Stand Alone - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
22 I Stand Alone (Live)
23 Locked & Loaded
24 If You Want It Heavy (I Weigh A Ton)
25 Encore
26 I'm on Fire
27 Mr. Evil - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
28 Down On Me (Live)
29 I Could Never Touch You Like You Do
30 Loads Of Fun
31 Horns Up
32 Down This Road Before
33 Just Like A Devil
34 Push Comes To Shove - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
35 The Lumberjack (Live)
36 Dumb Ass Country Boy
37 I Can't Stop
38 Golden Spookytooth
39 Rally
40 Reach For Me
41 Down This Road Before - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
42 I Am the Walrus
43 Down This Road Before (Live)
44 Heaven Don't Want Me (And Hell's Afraid I'll Take Over)
45 She's Not A Drug
46 Cover of the Rolling Stone
47 Disasterpiece
48 Down On Me - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
49 Deeper In Darkness
50 Mr. Evil (Live)
51 Misery Loves Company
52 My Moonshine Kicks Your Cocaine's Ass
53 Favorite Sin
54 All Night Rodeo
55 Dirty Little Mind - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
56 Mr. Evil
57 Open For Business
58 Get Mad At It
59 Better Than Chicken
60 Ahead Of My Time
61 Redneck Punk - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
62 Problem
63 Thanks For The Grammy
64 The Overflow Of Love
65 Don't Lay Down On Me
66 Just Because I'm Drunk
67 The Lumberjack - 2004 / Live At Full Throttle Saloon, Sturgis, SD / Explicit
68 Billy Badass
69 Vegas Smile
70 When Moonshine And Dynamite Collide
71 Eleven
72 Everyone's a Winner
73 Back Down In The Dirt
74 Push Comes to Shove (Live)
75 Curse On You
76 Red Neck Punk
77 Just Like A Negro
78 It's Tricky
79 Crazy
80 I Stand Alone (Live)
81 Lend Me A Hand
82 Sparks From Candy
83 Freight Train
84 Speak of the Devil
85 Hammer To The Head
86 Dixieland
87 The Lumberjack (Live)
88 Mental Masturbation
89 Redneck Punk (Live)
90 Mercedes Benz
91 Cut the Crap
92 Limpdick
93 Headed for Destruction
94 Down on Me (Live)
95 Can't Beat It With A Stick
96 Kill The Sunshine
97 Full Throttle
98 Dumbass Country Boy (Live)
99 Blast Off
100 Screwdriver
101 Crush
102 Twice As Ugly
103 Nobody's Fault
104 Twice As Ugly (Live)
105 Mental Masturbation (Live)
106 I Want It
107 Screw Driver
108 Open Up
109 Open Invitation (I Hate You Bin Laden)
110 The More You Hate It
111 Locked & Loaded (Live)
112 Brain Drain
113 Headed For Destruction (Live)
114 My Life
115 Walk My Mile
116 God Strike Me Dead
117 Push Pull
118 Mister Can You Spare a Dime
119 Street Went Legit
120 Dirty Little Mind
121 She Loves My Cock - Album Version - Explicit

Jackyl Bio

Jackyl is an American rock band formed in 1990. Their sound has been described as hard rock, heavy metal and Southern metal. Its sound is greatly inspired by AC/DC.

The band is probably best-known for its songs "Down On Me", and "The Lumberjack," which features a chainsaw solo by lead singer Jesse James Dupree. Dupree would rev the chainsaw's engine or use the chain brake to slow the engine down to keep the beat. He would also perform this stunt live and the number would climax with Dupree slicing up a wooden stool onstage, smashing it, and throwing the sliced pieces out to the crowd. He once had been asked, "How the hell can you play a chainsaw?" to which he responded, "How the hell can you not play a chainsaw?"

In 1992, Jackyl's self-titled debut album was released under Geffen Records and eventually went platinum. It features a song entitled "She Loves My Cock," which was omitted from edited versions as were suggestive elements on the album's cover art. When a K-Mart in Georgia refused to sell Jackyl, the band played an impromptu concert in front of the store. Footage of the event was used for the music video of their single "I Stand Alone."

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