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John Hiatt Lyrics

Genre: Country

John Hiatt Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Feels Like Rain
2 Feels Like Rain (LP Version)
3 Memphis In The Meantime
4 Old School
5 Love's Not Where We Thought We Left It
6 She Loves The Jerk
7 Sure Pinocchio
8 Same Old Man
9 Death By Misadventure
10 (No More) Dancing In The Street
11 Alone In The Dark
12 Old Days
13 Drive South
14 Ride My Pony
15 When You Hold Me Tight
16 Rock Of Your Love
17 Two Hearts
18 My Dog And Me
19 Book Lovers
20 Shredding the Document
21 This Secret Life
22 The Lady Of The Night
23 Feelin' Again
24 Don't Know Much About Love
25 Rose
26 Native Son
27 I Could Use An Angel
28 Marianne
29 Circle Back
30 Hurt My Baby
31 Face The Nation
32 Distance
33 Our Time
34 Take It Back
35 Sharon's Got A Drug Store
36 Blue Telescope
37 Hold On For Your Love
38 My Old Friend
39 One Of Them Damn Days
40 Learning How To Love You
41 When We Ran
42 Here To Stay
43 The Most Unoriginal Sin
44 You May Already Be A Winner
45 Back To The War
46 I Killed An Ant With My Guitar
47 When My Love Crosses Over
48 Madonna Road
49 You Must Go
50 Train To Birmingham
51 Bring Back Your Love To Me
52 Permanent Hurt
53 No Wicked Grin
54 Cry Love
55 God's Golden Eyes
56 Old People
57 Old Habits
58 Love Like Blood
59 Slow Turning
60 After All This Time
61 Gone
62 Walk On
63 Down Around My Place
64 Wintertime Blues
65 Loving A Hurricane
66 Give It Up
67 New Numbers
68 Back Of My Mind
69 You're My Love Interest
70 Come Back Home
71 The Usual
72 The Rest Of The Dream
73 Falling Up
74 Doll Hospital
75 Uncommon Connection
76 Let's Give This Love A Try
77 Mile High
78 Radio Girl
79 Zero House
80 Adios To California
81 Find You At Last
82 Howlin' Down The Cumberland
83 Blues Can't Even Find Me
84 Before I Go
85 You Caught Me Laughin'
86 I Look For Love
87 Drive South
88 Something Broken
89 Living A Little, Laughing A Little
90 Mr. Stanley
91 Missing Pieces
92 Welfare Music
93 Some Fun Now
94 Woman Sawed In Half
95 Dust down a Country Road
96 When New York Had Her Heart Broke
97 The Open Road
98 Cold River
99 Paper Thin
100 Wrote It Down and Burned It
101 Long Night
102 Tennessee Plates
103 Lift Up Every Stone
104 The Trouble With Blood
105 Back To Normal
106 Back On The Corner
107 Come Home To You
108 Ethylene
109 Overcoats
110 Haulin'
111 Long Time Cominu2019
112 Stood Up
113 Good As She Could Be
114 Overnight Story
115 Crossing Muddy Waters
116 The Love That Harms
117 Smiling In The Rain
118 I Want Your Love Inside Of Me
119 She Said the Same Things to Me
120 Take It Down
121 Buffalo River Home
122 Rock Back Billy
123 Runaway
124 Ride Along
125 Window On The World
126 Go Down Swingin'
127 Long Time Comin'
128 Cop Party
129 Thirty Years Of Tears
130 Forever Yours
131 Nothin' I Love
132 I Don't Even Try
133 Wild-Eyed Gypsies
134 The Tiki Bar Is Open
135 Lincoln Town
136 Ocean
137 Seven Little Indians
138 Something Happens
139 Graduated
140 Almost Fed Up With The Blues
141 Like A Freight Train
142 Farther Stars
143 Face Of God
144 My Edge Of The Razor
145 I'll Never Get Over You
146 Perfectly Good Guitar
147 It'll Come To You
148 How Bad's The Coffee
149 Your Love Is My Rest
150 My Sweet Girl
151 I'm Tired Of Your Stuff
152 Child Of The Wild Blue Yonder
153 Hangin' Round Here
154 My Baby Blue
155 It's All Right With Me
156 We're Alright Now
157 My Baby
158 Sure As I'm Sittin' Here
159 Marlene
160 Good Girl, Bad World
161 The Last Time
162 Getting Excited
163 Feels Like Rain
164 The Way We Make a Broken Heart
165 I Spy (For The F.B.I.)
166 Perfectly Good Guitar
167 What Do We Do Now
168 You Used To Kiss The Girls
169 Stolen Moments
170 The River Knows Your Name
171 Friend of Mine
172 Whistles In My Ears
173 Bite Marks
174 Homeland
175 Hangin' Around The Observatory
176 Wind Don't Have To Hurry
177 Lipstick Sunset
178 Your Dad Did
179 It Hasn't Happened Yet
180 Love You Again
181 Take Off Your Uniform
182 Through Your Hands
183 Damn This Town
184 Little Blue Song For You
185 Everybody Went Low
186 It All Comes Back Someday
187 Wonder Of Love
188 Down Home
189 Wind Donu2019t Have to Hurry
190 Georgia Rae
191 Angel Eyes
192 Old Habits Are Hard To Break
193 Riding With The King
194 On With You
195 Real Fine Love
196 Listening To Old Voices
197 One Kiss
198 Til I Get My Lovin' Back
199 Sail Away
200 Something Wild
201 Wood Chipper
202 What Kind Of Man
203 Full Moon
204 Nobody Knew His Name
205 I'm A Real Man
206 Let It Ride
207 All The Lilacs In Ohio
208 Ain't Ever Goin' Back
209 Washable Ink
210 Master Of Disaster
211 Tennessee Plates
212 I Love That Girl
213 One More Time
214 Straight Outta Time
215 My Business
216 Movin' On
217 Far As We Go
218 Baby's Gonna Kick
219 Slug Line
220 Pink Bedroom
221 Girl On A String
222 Thunderbird
223 The Negroes Were Dancing
224 What Love Can Do
225 Love in Flames
226 I Know A Place
227 All The Way Under
228 The Nagging Dark
229 Angel
230 I Just Don't Know What To Say
231 Fireball Roberts
232 I Can't Wait
233 Babyu2019s Gonna Kick
234 Thank You Girl
235 Buffalo River Home (LP Version)
236 Lovers Will
237 String Pull Job
238 Fly Back Home
239 Where Nobody Knows My Name
240 Let It Slip Away
241 Don't Wanna Leave You Now
242 The Night That Kenny Died
243 Cross My Fingers
244 I Know How To Lose You
245 Carry You Back Home
246 Pirate Radio
247 Nothinu2019 I Love
248 Tip Of My Tongue
249 Crossing Muddy Waters
250 Say It With Flowers
251 Only The Song Survives
252 Little Head
253 Cherry Red
254 The Walking Dead
255 Motorboat To Heaven
256 Thing Called Love
257 Detroit Made
258 Tennessee Plates (LP Version)
259 The Wreck Of The Barbie Ferrari
260 You're All The Reason I Need
261 Open Road
262 Have A Little Faith In Me
263 Terms Of My Surrender
264 Down In Front
265 Maybe Baby, Say You Do

John Hiatt Bio

John Hiatt (born August 20, 1952) is an American rock guitarist, pianist, singer, and songwriter. He has played a variety of musical styles on his albums, including New Wave, blues and country. Hiatt has been nominated for several Grammy Awards and has been awarded a variety of other distinctions in the music industry. He remains one of the most respected and influential American singer-songwriters.

Hiatt was working as a songwriter for Tree International, a record label in Nashville, when his song “Sure As I'm Sittin’ Here” was covered by Three Dog Night. The song became a Top 40 hit, earning Hiatt a recording contract with Epic Records. Since then he has released twenty one studio albums, two compilation albums and one live album.

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