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Julie Doiron Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Julie Doiron Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Tailor
2 Spill Yer Lungs
3 Lovers Of The World
4 Borrowed Minivans
5 Life Of Dreams
6 Where Are You?
7 It's Okay To Stare
8 The Sweetest Eyes (When You Laugh)
9 Consolation Prize
10 When I Awoke
11 The Only
12 Will You Still Love Me in December
13 Snowfalls in November
14 Heavy Snow
15 Banjo
16 I Thought I Could Do It
17 All Their Broken Hearts
18 The Songwriter
19 Dance Music
20 Too Much
21 The Gambler
22 So Fast
23 The Wrong Guy
24 Crumble
25 Shivers + Crickets
26 Je Le Savais
27 Beneath the Leaves
28 Dance Me
29 Cancel the Party
30 Soon, Coming Closer
31 Sending the Photographs
32 When Brakes Get Wet
33 Homeless
34 Sorry Part I
35 Dirty Feet
36 August 10
37 He Will Forget
38 Last Night I Lay in Bed
39 Tell You Again
40 Elevator Show
41 Taller Beauty
42 Again, Again
43 Stay Now, Then Go
44 Blue
45 [untitled]
46 Explain
47 Snow Falls in November
48 Grammy
49 Don't Ask
50 Glad To Be Alive
51 Don't Wanna Be / Liked by You
52 Crying Baby
53 I Woke Myself Up
54 Grew Smaller
55 Nice to Come Home
56 Pour Toujours
57 Don't Wannabe/Liked By You
58 Sweeter
59 You Look So Alive
60 Waiting for Baby
61 Ce Charmant Coeur
62 Don't Wannabe / Liked By You
63 Tonight, We Sleep
64 Swan Pond
65 Dance Music (alternate version)
66 Cars and Trucks
67 Sorry, Part III
68 Mother
69 Yer Kids
70 The Life Of Dreams
71 By the Lake
72 For Me
73 Love to Annoy
74 I Left Town
75 Last Night
76 Can't Make It No More
77 Oh These Walls
78 Creative Depression
79 No More
80 No Money Makers
81 Another Second Chance
82 I Broke His Heart
83 Sorry, Part II
84 Dark Horse
85 Tonight Is No Night
86 Our Love
87 The One You Love
88 Condescending You
89 Me and My Friend
90 Dance All Night
91 Penses-Donc (Tu Es Seule)

Julie Doiron Bio

Julie Doiron (born June 28, 1972 in Moncton, New Brunswick) is an award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter of Acadian heritage.

Doiron started playing guitar (later switching to bass) in Eric's Trip at the age of 18, having joined the band at the insistence of her then-boyfriend, Eric's Trip guitarist Rick White. Shortly before the band's break-up in 1996, she released a solo album under the name Broken Girl, which followed two previous 7" EPs ("Dog Love, Pt. 2" & "Nora") also released under that name. All of her subsequent material has been released under her own name. Although most of her solo material has been written and performed in English, she also released an album of French language material, Désormais.

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