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Kinks Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Kinks Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Animal Farm
2 Lola
3 Where Have All The Good Times Gone
4 All Day And All Of The Night
5 You Really Got Me
6 The Hard Way
7 The Village Green Preservation Society
8 Sweet Lady Genevieve
9 Take One More Chance
10 Big Sky
11 There Is No Life Without Love
12 The Contenders
13 Waterloo Sunset
14 Low Budget
15 Stop Your Sobbing
16 A Well Respected Man
17 Strangers
18 When I Turn Off The Living Room Light
19 Sunny Afternoon
20 Autumn Almanac
21 Yes Sir, No Sir
22 : Catch Me Now I'm Falling
23 Come Dancing
24 Do You Remember Walter?
25 You Don't Know My Name
26 Tell Me Now So I'll Know
27 You Make It All Worthwhile
28 Things Are Getting Better
29 Wicked Annabella
30 Top Of The Pops
31 Stormy Sky
32 Two Sisters
33 Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight
34 UK Jive
35 When A Solution Comes
36 When I See That Girl Of Mine
37 Father Christmas
38 Underneath The Neon Sign
39 : A Gallon Of Gas
40 The Way Love Used To Be
41 Tired Of Waiting For You
42 (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman
43 Death Of A Clown
44 The World Keeps Going Round
45 There's A Change In The Weather
46 Where Do You Come From
47 You Do Something To Me
48 Telepathy
49 Mr. Songbird
50 There's A New World Just Opening For Me
51 Starstruck
52 Too Hot
53 Voices In The Dark
54 : Moving Pictures
55 Harry Rag
56 Phenomenal Cat
57 Too Much Monkey Business
58 Wait Till The Summer Comes Along
59 : National Health
60 Whip Lady
61 Johnny Thunder
62 Groovy Movies
63 All Of My Friends Were There
64 Too Much On My Mind
65 Wall Of Fire
66 : Pressure
67 Who'll Be The Next In Line
68 Picture Book
69 You Shouldn't Be Sad
70 Misty Water
71 Think Visual
72 Monica
73 Too Serious
74 War Is Over
75 : (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman
76 You Still Want Me
77 The Informer
78 Til Death Do Us Part
79 This I Know
80 People Take Pictures Of Each Other
81 Wild Man
82 Young And Innocent Days
83 The Last Assembly
84 Animals In The Zoo
85 This Is Where I Belong
86 Last Of The Steam Powered Trains
87 True Story
88 Welcome To Sleazy Town
89 Apeman
90 Willesden Green
91 Young Conservatives
92 The Million-Pound-Semi-Detached
93 Moments
94 This Man He Weeps Tonight
95 Just Friends
96 Trust Your Heart
97 What's In Store For Me
98 Celluloid Heroes
99 Wonder Boy
100 Nothing To Say
101 The Moneygoround
102 Gotta Get The First Plane Home
103 This Strange Effect
104 Now And Then
105 What Are We Doing
106 Destroyer
107 Such A Shame
108 Nothing Lasts Forever
109 The Poseur
110 I'm On An Island
111 This Time Tomorrow
112 Dreams
113 Shangri-La
114 Word Of Mouth
115 Summer's Gone
116 A Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy
117 The Road
118 Ring The Bells
119 Till Death Do Us Part
120 I Gotta Move
121 Uncle Son
122 Do It Again
123 X-Ray
124 The Shirt
125 I Am Free
126 Till The End Of The Day
127 Long Tall Shorty
128 When The Wind Blows (Emergency)
129 Supersonic Rocket Ship
130 How Do I Get Close
131 The Video Shop
132 Milk Cow Blues
133 Time Will Tell
134 Guilty
135 Unfinished Business
136 : Attitude
137 When Work Is Over
138 Pressure
139 Yo - Yo
140 Surviving
141 Down All The Days (To 1992)
142 It's Too Late
143 Tin Soldier Man
144 Unreal Reality (the real thing)
145 When You Were A Child
146 You're Looking Fine
147 Don't Ever Change
148 The World Is Changing Hands
149 Long Distance
150 Victoria
151 : In A Space
152 Where Are They Now?
153 You Can't Stop The Music
154 I'm a Lover Not a Fighter
155 To The Bone
156 Village Green
157 : Little Bit Of Emotion
158 Where Did My Spring Go?
159 You Can't Win
160 Tapas
161 I've Got That Feeling
162 Sitting By The Riverside
163 Tokyo
164 Visionary Dreamer
165 : Misery

Kinks Bio

The Kinks were an English rock band formed in Muswell Hill, North London, by brothers Dave Davies and Ray Davies in 1963. The Kinks, who rose to fame during the mid-1960s and were part of the British Invasion of the US, are recognised as one of the most important and influential rock groups of the era.

Their music was influenced by a wide range of genres, including rhythm and blues, British music hall, folk and country. Ray Davies (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and Dave Davies (lead guitar, vocals) remained members throughout the group's 32-year run. Longest serving member Mick Avory (drums and percussion) was replaced by Bob Henrit formerly of Argent in 1984. Original bassist Pete Quaife was replaced by John Dalton in 1969 and Dalton was in turn replaced by Jim Rodford in 1978. Keyboardist Nicky Hopkins accompanied the band during studio sessions in the mid-1960s. In 1969 keyboardist John Gosling joined the band, making them an official five-piece, while Ian Gibbons replaced him in 1979, playing in the band until its eventual demise.

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