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Los Lobos Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Los Lobos Lyrics - by Popularity

1 La Venganza De Los Pelados
2 Uncomplicated
3 Hurry Tomorrow
4 Patria
5 Si Yo Quisiera
6 When The Circus Comes To Town
7 Hold On
8 No Puedo Más
9 Saint Behind the Glass
10 La Bamba
11 Cancion Del Mariachi
12 Good Morning Aztlan
13 Corazon
14 Sabor a Mi
15 Jupiter Of The Moon
16 A Matter of Time
17 Little Japan
18 Peace
19 Beautiful Maria Of My Soul
20 Let's Say Goodnight
21 Run Away With You
22 Peace (Live)
23 Cumbia Raza
24 Try Me - Previously Unreleased
25 Do The Murray
26 I Wan'na Be Like You (The Monkey Song)
27 Short Side Of Nothing
28 That Train Don't Stop Here
29 Bertha
30 Tony & Maria
31 Can't Stop The Rain
32 If You Were Only Here Tonight
33 La Playa
34 Lemon 'N Ice - Latin Playboys
35 All My Bridges Burning
36 This Time
37 Get To This
38 All I Wanted To Do Was Dance
39 Tears of God
40 Somewhere In Time
41 River of Fools
42 Goodnight My Love
43 The Road To Gila Bend
44 Guantanamera
45 Framed
46 West L.A. Fadeaway
47 Wake Up Dolores
48 What In The World
49 Will the Wolf Survive?
50 I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday
51 New Zandu
52 Midnight Shift
53 I Will Go Sailing No More
54 Reva's House
55 La Guacamaya
56 Luna
57 The Lady And The Rose
58 Billy 1
59 Free Up
60 Anselma
61 Dream In Blue
62 Buzz, Buzz, Buzz
63 Blue Moonlight
64 The Ugly Bug Ball
65 Jenny's Got A Pony
66 La Pistola y El Coraz�n
67 Chuco's Cumbia ('The Town and the City' album)
68 Mujer Ingrata
69 Don't Worry Baby
70 Take My Hand
71 Everybody Loves A Train
72 Kiko and the Lavender Moon
73 Set Me Free (Rosa Lee)
74 Two Janes
75 The Bare Necessities
76 Down on the Riverbed
77 Rio De Tenampa
78 Intro
79 27 Spanishes
80 Evangeline
81 Till The Hands Fall Off The Clock
82 Why Do You Do
83 The Breakdown
84 Is This All There Is?
85 Don't Ask Why
86 The Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room
87 Deep Dark Hole
88 Serenata Nortena
89 Gotta Let You Know
90 Little Heaven - Cesar Rosas
91 Oh Yeah
92 Malaque
93 On A Night Like This
94 Life Is Good
95 Manny's Bones
96 The City
97 Not In Nottingham
98 The Valley
99 Burn It Down
100 Maria Christina
101 Revolution
102 Shakin' Shakin' Shakes
103 Emily
104 Prenda Del Alma
105 I Can't Understand
106 Colossal Head
107 I Walk Alone
108 Oo-De-Lally
109 Heigh-Ho
110 Bare Necessities
111 La Bamba / Good Lovin' (Medley)
112 Georgia Slop
113 My Baby's Gone
114 Ya Se Va
115 I Got To Let You Know
116 Turn Around
117 The Giving Tree
118 Cielito Lindo
119 Mas y Mas
120 When You Wish Upon A Star / It's A Small World
121 Chuco's Cumbia
122 Walking Song
123 Come On, Let's Go
124 Someday
125 More Than I Can Stand
126 Angels With Dirty Faces
127 Down Where The Drunkards Roll
128 River Of Fools [Live]
129 Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio
130 Whiskey Trail
131 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
132 Charmed
133 Tin Can Trust
134 Done Gone Blue
135 Lonely Avenue
136 The Word
137 The Neighborhood
138 Rita
139 Be Still
140 Grim Grinning Ghosts
141 Wicked Rain / Across 110th Street
142 Angel Dance
143 Little Things
144 Our Last Night
145 Viking
146 Corrido #1
147 Little John Of God
148 What's Going On
149 The Mess We're In
150 Bella Notte
151 Same Brown Earth - Latin Playboys
152 On Main Street
153 Round and Round
154 High Places
155 The Town
156 Shoot Out the Lights
157 Just A Man
158 Why We Wish
159 The Hardest Time
160 Cruella De Vil
161 Tomorrow Never Knows - Previously Unreleased, Live
162 Yo Canto
163 Donna
164 Two Dogs And A Bone
165 Wicked Rain (Live)
166 Route 90
167 The Big Ranch
168 Some Say, Some Do
169 Hearts Of Stone
170 Wooly Bully
171 Rip It Up
172 Tin Can Trust ('Tin Can Trust' album)
173 Mustang Sally
174 Little Things ('The Town and the City' album)
175 This Bird's Gonna Fly
176 One Time One Night
177 Wreck of the Carlos Rey
178 When the Circus Comes
179 Chains Of Love

Los Lobos Bio

Los Lobos (Spanish for "The Wolves") are a multiple Grammy Award–winning American Chicano rock band from East Los Angeles, California. Their music is influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country, folk, R&B, blues, brown-eyed soul, and traditional music such as cumbia, boleros and norteños.

Vocalist/guitarist David Hidalgo and drummer Louie Pérez met at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles, California, and bonded over their mutual affinity for obscure musical acts such as Fairport Convention, Randy Newman and Ry Cooder. Pérez recalls, "We’re looking at each other, 'You like this stuff? I thought I was the only weird one.' So I went over to his house one day for about a year, which we spent listening to records, playing guitars, and starting to write songs."

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