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Juliana Hatfield Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Juliana Hatfield Lyrics - by Popularity

1 This Lonely Love
2 So Alone
3 Such A Beautiful Girl
4 A Doe And Two Fawns
5 Make It Home
6 Spin the Bottle
7 Anemia
8 Or So They Say
9 You Blues
10 President Garfield
11 My Sister (Live)
12 Where Would I Be Without You
13 Peace And Love
14 A dame with a rod
15 My Enemy
16 Taxicab
17 Bad Day
18 Self Machine
19 Fruit Fly
20 As If Your Life Depended on It
21 Love Is Like The Wind
22 Oh
23 Witches Song
24 Down On Me (Live)
25 Noblesse Oblige
26 The End Of The War
27 Sellout
28 We're Not In Charleston Anymore
29 Don't Wanna Dance
30 Until Tomorrow
31 Closet
32 Forever Baby
33 Never Beg
34 Road Wrath
35 Live It Up
36 Slow Motion (Live)
37 Backseat
38 Why Can't We Love Each Other
39 Hang Down From Heaven
40 Candy Wrappers
41 No Answer
42 Sweet is the Night
43 Lost and Saved
44 President Garfield (Remastered) - Live
45 When You Loved Me
46 The Fact Remains
47 Vagabond
48 Supermodel
49 Butterflies
50 Close Your Eyes
51 Get in Line
52 Someone Else's Problem
53 Simplicity Is Beautiful
54 Do I Wait
55 Mean and Evil
56 Rider (Remastered) - Live
57 Get Off
58 Shining On
59 There's Always Another Girl
60 My Darling
61 What Is Wrong
62 Ugly
63 Tourist
64 Sex And Drugs
65 I Want to Want You
66 Friend Of Mine
67 Using You
68 For The Birds (Remastered) - Live
69 The Victim
70 Needle In the Hay
71 Quit
72 Unsung
73 The Edge of Nowhere
74 Some Rainy Sunday
75 Stray Kids
76 The Lights
77 My Wife
78 Swan Song
79 My Sister (Remastered) - Live
80 Let's Get Married
81 My Baby...
82 Total System Failure
83 Evan
84 Houseboy
85 Forever
86 Failure
87 Dying Proof
88 Rock and Roll
89 Ten Foot Pole
90 Supermodel (Remastered) - Live
91 Leather Pants
92 Just Lust
93 Universal Heart-Beat
94 Let's Go Home
95 Breeders
96 It Should've Been You
97 And Again
98 What A Life
99 Sleep
100 Bottles And Flowers
101 Spin The Bottle (Uncensored) [Remastered] - Live
102 OK OK
103 Now I'm Gone
104 Get Off Your Knees
105 I Picked You Up
106 Send Money
107 Let's Blow It All
108 Batteries
109 Cool Rock Boy
110 June 6th
111 Trying Not to Think About It
112 Nirvana (Uncensored) [Remastered] - Live
113 You Are the Camera
114 Remember November
115 Daniel
116 Faith In Our Friends
117 Digital Penetration
118 Peace & Love
119 Wasting Time
120 No Outlet
121 Spit In The Wind
122 Ruthless
123 Make It Home (Remastered) - Live
124 Cry in the Dark
125 Sneaking Around
126 I'm Disappearing
127 Stay Awake
128 Every Breath You Take
129 Thousands Of Guitars
130 Nirvana
131 Parking Lots
132 My Protegee
133 Hotels (Live)
134 Running Out
135 Dumb Fun
136 Dear Anonymous
137 Fleur De Lys
138 Live On Tomorrow
139 Sex & Drugs
140 Might Be in Love
141 Dog On A Chain
142 Metal Fume Fever
143 Get In Line (Live)
144 For the birds
145 Law Of Nature
146 Mabel
147 Down On Me
148 Hole In The Sky
149 Slow Motion
150 Cells
151 Congratulations
152 Hurt Me
153 Somebody Is Waiting For Me
154 Somebody Is Waiting for Me (Live)
155 Addicted
156 Not Enough
157 The Easy Way Out
158 Going Blonde
159 Rider
160 Learn To Fly
161 Tamara
162 Hotels
163 Tracks
164 Feed Me
165 My Sister
166 Rats In the Attic (Live)
167 On Video
168 Dirty Dog
169 I See You
170 New Waif
171 My Pet Lion
172 Little pieces
173 Bad Moon Rising
174 I got no idols
175 Push Pin
176 Everybody Loves Me But You
177 Josie And The Pussycats
178 Choose Drugs (Live)
179 What Do I Care
180 Outsider
181 Don't Rush Me
182 Change The World
183 This is the sound
184 Ready For Love

Juliana Hatfield Bio

Juliana Hatfield (born July 27, 1967 in Wiscasset, Maine, United States), is an American guitarist/singer-songwriter and author from the Boston area, formerly of the indie rock bands Blake Babies and Some Girls. She currently lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and attends School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

The daughter of Philip M. Hatfield (a radiologist) and The Boston Globe fashion critic Julie Hatfield, Juliana was born in Maine and grew up in the Boston suburb of Duxbury. Her father claims descent from the West Virginia Hatfields of the Hatfield-McCoy feud following the Civil War. She acquired a love of rock music during the 1970s, having been introduced by a babysitter to the music of the Los Angeles punk rock band X, which proved a life-changing experience.

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