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Lou Reed Lyrics

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Lou Reed Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Foot Of Pride
2 Oh Jim
3 Perfect Day
4 Martial Law
5 The Sword Of Damocles
6 There Is No Time
7 How Do You Think It Feels
8 How Do You Speak To An Angel
9 Sweet Jane
10 Caroline Says 1
11 Beginning Of A Great Adventure
12 Stupid Man
13 With You
14 Set the Twilight Reeling
15 Sick Of You
16 I'll Be Your Mirror
17 Love Makes You Feel
18 Rouge
19 White Light/White Heat
20 All Through the Night
21 Edgar Allan Poe
22 Xmas In February
23 Gimmie Some Good Times
24 I Want to Boogie With You
25 Talking Book (Live)
26 Revien Cherie
27 Tatters
28 Venus in Furs
29 Vicious
30 The Blue Mask
31 Vanishing Act
32 I Wanna Be Black
33 Who Am I (Tripitena's Song)
34 Peggy Sue
35 Big Sky
36 Caroline Says Part 2
37 Women
38 Coney Island Baby
39 Tripitena's Speech
40 Teach the Gifted Children
41 Intro/Sweet Jane
42 Hangin' Round
43 Hang On to Your Emotions
44 Shooting Star
45 Walk On the Wild Side
46 Walk and Talk It
47 Nowhere At All
48 The Kids
49 I Believe
50 Smiles
51 My Old Man
52 Busload of Faith
53 Turn To Me
54 The Kids (Live)
55 Keep Away
56 My Friend George
57 Pale Blue Eyes
58 Lisa Says
59 New York Telephone Conversation
60 Why Do You Talk
61 The Bed
62 Hooky Wooky
63 Follow The Leader
64 Images
65 Ennui
66 Dime Store Mystery (To Andy - Honey)
67 High In The City
68 Betrayed
69 I Can't Stand It
70 Real Good Time Together
71 Caroline Says II
72 Sad Song
73 I'm So Free
74 The Heroine
75 No Money Down
76 Balloon
77 Sex With Your Parents (Live)
78 Pow Wow
79 Ocean
80 Bottoming Out
81 My House
82 This Magic Moment
83 Disco Mystic
84 Street Hassle
85 Candy Says
86 Romeo Had Juliette
87 NYC Man
88 Starlight
89 Halloween Parade
90 Goodby Mass - In A Chapel Bodily Termination
91 Temporary Thing
92 Don't Talk To Me About Work
93 Home of the Brave
94 Video Violence
95 Hop Frog
96 Make Up My Mind
97 Original Wrapper
98 Rock Minuet
99 Going Down
100 Trade In
101 Ooohhh Baby
102 Ecstasy
103 I Love You
104 Cremation / Ashes to Ashes
105 Legendary Hearts
106 Heavenly Arms
107 I believe In Love
108 Good Taste
109 Vicious Circle
110 What Becomes A Legend Most
111 Femme Fatale
112 Paranoia Key Of E
113 Baton Rouge
114 The Proposition
115 America
116 Make Up Mind
117 Waves of Fear
118 Rock 'N' Roll
119 Baby Face
120 I Wanna Know
121 Turn Out The Light
122 Sword Of Damocles
123 Finish Line
124 Riptide
125 White Light White Heat
126 Style It Takes
127 The Day John Kennedy Died
128 Dirt
129 Billy
130 A Gift
131 Caroline Says 2
132 Work
133 Heroin
134 Magic And Loss - The Summation
135 Guardian Angel
136 Kill Your Sons
137 A Sheltered Life
138 Underneath the Bottle
139 Last Great American Whale
140 Animal Language
141 Goodnight Ladies
142 Sister Ray
143 Andy's Chest
144 Dirty Blvd.
145 The Raven
146 Satellite of Love
147 So Alone
148 Smalltown
149 The Gun
150 Strawman
151 Intro
152 Sally Can't Dance
153 Tell It to Your Heart
154 Rooftop Garden
155 Good Evening Mr. Waldheim
156 What's Good
157 America (Star Spangled Banner)
158 Rock And Roll
159 Love Is Here To Stay
160 Dime Store Mystery
161 Average Guy
162 Future Farmers Of America
163 Berlin
164 Lady Day
165 The Bells
166 N. Y. Stars
167 Sex with Your Parents
168 The City In The Sea/Shadow
169 Wild Child
170 Magic & Loss
171 Science Of The Mind
172 Endless Cycle
173 Leave Me Alone
174 New Sensations
175 Men of Good Fortune
176 Sunday Morning
177 Ride Sally Ride
178 Burning Embers
179 Broadway Song
180 Make Up
181 Blind Rage
182 Ride Into The Sun
183 Hold On
184 Wait
185 Families
186 Caroline Says Part 1
187 Doin' the Things That We Want To
188 City Lights
189 Caroline Says I
190 Here Comes the Bride
191 The Last Shot
192 Wagon Wheel
193 I'm Waiting for the Man
194 The Conqueror Worm
195 Looking for Love
196 You'll Know You Were Loved

Lou Reed Bio

Lewis Allan "Lou" Reed (March 2, 1942 – October 27, 2013) was an American musician, singer and songwriter. After serving as guitarist, vocalist, and principal songwriter of the Velvet Underground, his solo career spanned several decades.

The Velvet Underground was a commercial failure in the late 1960s, but the group gained a considerable cult following in the years since its demise and has gone on to become one of the most widely cited and influential bands of the era – hence Brian Eno's famous quote that while the Velvet Underground's debut album only sold 30,000 copies, "everyone who bought one of those 30,000 copies started a band."

After his departure from the group, Reed began a solo career in 1972. He had a hit the following year with "Walk on the Wild Side", but subsequently lacked the mainstream commercial success its chart status seemed to indicate.

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