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Jill Sobule Lyrics

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Jill Sobule Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I Kissed a Girl
2 Where Is Bobbie Gentry?
3 Spiderman
4 Someones Gonna Break Your Heart
5 Empty Glass
6 Someone's Gonna Break Your Heart
7 Wendell Lee
8 Good Person Inside
9 Too Cool to Fall in Love
10 Palm Springs
11 San Francisco
12 Nothing To Prove
13 A Good Life
14 Sweetheart
15 League Of Failures
16 Karen By Night
17 Super 8
18 Underdog Victorious
19 Saw A Cop
20 Mexican Pharmacy
21 Golden Cage
22 Thank Misery
23 (Theme From) The Girl In The Affair
24 While You Were Sleeping
25 Margaret
26 I'm So Happy
27 Under The Bridge
28 Claire
29 Trains
30 The Gifted Child
31 Darling Underdog
32 The Jig Is Up
33 The Donor Song
34 Now That I Don't Have You
35 Heroes
36 Shaky Hands
37 Supermodel
38 Lucy at the Gym
39 Guy Who Doesn't Get It
40 Merry Christmas From The Family
41 Tel Aviv
42 Walking Out The Door
43 I've Got Your Number
44 Mexican Wrestler
45 Vrbana Bridge
46 Happy Town
47 Smoke Dreams
48 Baby Doe
49 Mary Kay
50 Freshman
51 When My Ship Comes In
52 Jet Pack
53 Never Enough
54 Somewhere in New Mexico
55 Love Is Never Equal
56 Barren Egg
57 The Last Line
58 Never My Love
59 Guy Who Doesnt Get It
60 Soldiers of Christ
61 Half a Heart
62 The Couple On The Street
63 I'm In Love With A Girl
64 Loveless Motel
65 Attic
66 Clever
67 That Hat
68 Angel/?
69 Rock Me to Sleep
70 Sold My Soul
71 Little Guy
72 The Secretive Life
73 Joey
74 Rainy Day Parade
75 Underachiever
76 Stoned Soul Picnic
77 Bitter
78 War Correspondent
79 One of These Days
80 Pilar (Things Here Are Different)
81 Life Goes on Without You
82 Big Shoes
83 Sad Beauty
84 Living Color
85 Houdini's Box
86 Cinnamon Park
87 Don't Let Us Get Sick
88 Bloody Valentine
89 Resistance Song

Jill Sobule Bio

Jill Sobule (born January 16, 1959 in Denver, Colorado) is an American singer-songwriter best known for the 1995 single "I Kissed a Girl", and "Supermodel" from the soundtrack of the 1995 film Clueless. Her folk-inflected compositions alternate between ironic, story-driven character studies and emotive ballads, a duality reminiscent of such 1970s American songwriters as Warren Zevon, Harry Nilsson, Loudon Wainwright III, Harry Chapin, and Randy Newman. Autobiographical elements, including Sobule's Jewish heritage and her adolescent battles with anorexia and depression, frequently occur in Sobule's writing.

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