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Kansas Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Kansas Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Dust In The Wind
2 Carry On My Wayward Son
3 Desperate Times
4 Point Of No Return
5 Carry on Wayward Son
6 All I Wanted
7 Song for America
8 Hold On
9 Point of Know Return
10 How My Soul Cries Out for You
11 Lonely Wind
12 Stay Out of Trouble
13 Wall
14 Reason to Be
15 Rainmaker
16 Nobody's Home
17 Fight Fire with Fire
18 Bringing It Back
19 On the Other Side
20 Play the Game Tonight
21 Under The Knife
22 Power
23 Ghosts
24 Icarus (Borne on the Wings of Steel)
25 The Pinnacle
26 Away from You
27 Diamonds and Pearls
28 Whats On My Mind
29 Borderline
30 Black Fathom 4
31 Magnum Opus
32 Miracles Out Of Nowhere
33 Wayward Son
34 Loner
35 One Man, One Heart
36 Down the Road
37 Curtain of Iron
38 Hopelessly Human
39 Incomudro - Hymn To The Atman
40 Andi
41 What's On My Mind
42 Lonely Street
43 All the World
44 The Devil Game
45 Back Door
46 Portrait (He Knew)
47 Hope Once Again
48 It's You
49 Sparks of the Tempest
50 Angles Have Fallen
51 Right Away
52 Incident on a Bridge
53 Death of Mother Nature Suite
54 Musicatto
55 It Takes a Woman's Love (To Make a Man)
56 Bells Of St. James
57 Can't Cry Anymore
58 With This Heart
59 Fair Exchange
60 Bells Of Saint James
61 Journey from Mariabronn
62 Icarus II
63 Mysteries and Mayhem
64 Black Fathom
65 Visibility Zero
66 A Glimpse of Home
67 Chasing Shadows
68 Three Pretenders
69 Intro
70 Secret Service
71 The Unsung Heroes
72 Rhythm in the Spirit
73 House On Fire
74 Wheels
75 The Pilgrimage
76 Incommudro
77 Two Cents Worth
78 Rock Concert
79 Silhouettes In Disguise
80 Refugee
81 Face It
82 I Counted On Love
83 I Can Fly
84 Angels Have Fallen
85 The First Album
86 Taking In The View
87 The Voyage of Eight Eighteen
88 Windows
89 Inside Of Me
90 Cheyenne Anthem
91 Cheyenne Anthem (Live)
92 The Second Album
93 Three Pentenders
94 Camouflage
95 Relentless
96 Once in a Lifetime
97 Eleanor Rigby
98 Perfect Lover
99 Icarus (Born on Wings of Steel)
100 Tomb 19
101 Summer
102 Anything for You
103 Play On
104 One Big Sky
105 Need
106 Closet Chronicles
107 Kerry the Songwriter
108 We're Not Alone Anymore
109 Crowded Isolation
110 Crossfire
111 Freaks Of Nature
112 Opus Insert
113 Journey from Mariabrown
114 Time for a New Record
115 Section 60
116 Everybody's My Friend
117 Cold Grey Morning
118 Questions of My Childhood
119 Magnum Opus (Live)
120 Finger Exercise
121 Home on the Range
122 Got to Rock On
123 Mainstream
124 Stand beside Me
125 Peaceful And Warm
126 The Wall
127 Howlin' At The Moon
128 Lightning's Hand
129 The Miracle
130 Lamplight Symphony
131 Oh Shenandoah
132 Don't Open Your Eyes
133 The Preacher
134 Carry On
135 Dust in the Wind (Acoustic Guitar Solo)
136 Preamble
137 No One Together
138 Going Through the Motions
139 Apercu
140 How My Soul Cries For You
141 Portrait
142 Paradox
143 In Your Eyes
144 No Room for a Stranger
145 Get Rich
146 Belexes
147 Child of Innocence
148 Lonely Wind (Piano Solo)
149 The Sky Is Falling
150 Don't Take Your Love Away
151 Howling At The Moon
152 Icarus - Borne On Wings Of Steel
153 The Spider
154 Prelude & Introduction
155 People of the South Wind
156 End of the Age
157 Can I Tell You
158 T.O. Witcher
159 Need To Know

Kansas Bio

Kansas is an American rock band that became popular in the 1970s with hit singles such as "Carry On Wayward Son" and "Dust in the Wind". They have remained a classic rock radio staple and a popular touring act in North America and Europe.

Dave Hope (bass), Phil Ehart (drums, percussion), Kerry Livgren (guitars, keyboards, synthesizers) and Steve Walsh (vocals) formed a progressive rock group in 1970 in their hometown of Topeka, Kansas, along with vocalist Lynn Meredith from Manhattan, Kansas, keyboardist Don Montre, keyboardist Dan Wright, and saxophonist Larry Baker.

A year earlier, Meredith, Montre, Wright and Livgren were performing in a band called The Reasons Why. After changing the band's name to Saratoga, they started playing Livgren's original material with Scott Kessler playing bass and Zeke Lowe on drums. In 1970, they changed the band's name again to Kansas and merged with members of rival Topeka progressive rock outfit White Clover. This early Kansas group, which lasted until 1971 when Ehart and Hope and some of the others left to reform White Clover, is sometimes referred to as Kansas I.

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