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Manic Street Preachers Lyrics

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Manic Street Preachers Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Everything Must Go
2 Motorcycle Emptiness
3 Further Away
4 All Is Vanity
5 Yourself
6 Jackie Collins Existential Question Time
7 Little Baby Nothing
8 Another Invented Disease
9 Me And Stephen Hawking
10 Love's Sweet Exile
11 She Bathed Herself In A Bath Of Bleach
12 Slash N' Burn
13 Alien Orders/Invisible Armies
14 She Is Suffering
15 Born To End
16 Peeled Apples
17 Yes
18 Black Dog On My Shoulder
19 A Design for Life
20 La Tristesse Durera (Scream To A Sigh)
21 New Art Riot
22 If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next
23 I'm Just A Patsy
24 Methadone Pretty
25 Interiors (Song For Willem De Kooning)
26 Prologue To History
27 Wattsville Blues
28 Tsunami
29 Stay Beautiful
30 Bag Lady
31 Just Can't Be Happy
32 Condemned To Rock 'N' Roll
33 Drug Drug Druggy
34 Let Robeson Sing
35 Suicide Alley
36 Facing Page: Top Left
37 Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head
38 So Why So Sad
39 Sepia
40 Mausoleum
41 S.Y.M.M.
42 Send Away The Tigers
43 Sculpture Of Man
44 The Everlasting
45 Virginia State Epileptic Colony
46 P.C.P.
47 So Dead
48 Dead Martyrs
49 Behave Yourself Baby
50 You Stole The Sun From My Heart
51 The Girl Who Wanted To Be God
52 Fear Of Motion
53 The Intense Humming Of Evil
54 Fragments
55 All We Make Is Entertainment
56 Autumnsong
57 Tennessee
58 Dead Yankee Drawl
59 Freedom Of Speech Won't Feed My Children
60 This Is The Day
61 The Second Great Depression
62 Generation Terrorists
63 I Live To Fall Asleep
64 This Is Yesterday
65 To Repel Ghosts
66 Enola/Alone
67 The Future Has Been Here 4 Ever
68 You Love Us
69 Hanging On
70 Teenage 20/20
71 His Last Painting
72 This Sullen Welsh Heart
73 Underdogs
74 Strip It Down
75 Socialist Serenade
76 IfwhiteAmericatoldthetruthforonedayitsworldwouldfallapart
77 Don't Be Evil
78 Unstoppable Salvation
79 Can't Take My Eyes Off You
80 Intravenous Agnostic
81 Show Me the Wonder
82 Black Garden
83 Razorblade Beat
84 Train in Vain
85 Be Natural
86 There By The Grace Of God
87 The Love Of Richard Nixon
88 Crucifix Kiss
89 Postcards From A Young Man
90 From Despair to Where
91 First Republic
92 Bright Eyes
93 Rewind the Film
94 Leviathan
95 Repeat
96 Stay With Me
97 Close My Eyes
98 Empty Souls
99 Damn Dog
100 I Think I’ve Found It
101 This Joke Sport Severed
102 Gold Against the Soul
103 Askew Road
104 Valley Boy
105 Miss Europa Disco Dancer
106 Builder of Routines
107 Interiors
108 Soul Contamination
109 Bored Out Of My Mind
110 Born A Girl
111 Australia
112 La Tritesse Durera
113 Autumn Song
114 Little Baby Nothing (With Traci Lords)
115 Don't Be Evil
116 Journal For Plague Lovers
117 Happy Ending
118 4st 7lb
119 My Guernica
120 4 Lonely Roads
121 Wrote For Luck
122 This Girl's Got Nothing
123 Elvis Impersonator: Blackpool Pier
124 Mr Carbohydrate
125 I Think I've Found It
126 Life Becoming A Landslide
127 Voodoo Polaroids
128 A Song For Departure
129 Ocean Spray
130 (I Miss the) Tokyo Skyline
131 Last Exit On Yesterday
132 Archives Of Pain
133 Suicide Is Painless (Theme From MASH)
134 I'm Not Working
135 Enola / Alone
136 Me & Stephen Hawking
137 Imperial Bodybags
138 Never Want Again
139 Nostalgic Pushead
140 Locust Valley
141 Royal Correspondent
142 Anthem for a Lost Cause
143 Glasnost
144 Die In The Summertime
145 Cardiff Afterlife
146 My Little Empire
147 It's Not War Just The End Of Love
148 Indian Summer
149 Groundhog Days
150 Marlon J.D.
151 Roses In The Hospital
152 Pedestal
153 Last Christmas (Live)
154 As Holy as the Soil (that Buries Your Skin)
155 Out Of Time
156 Faster
157 Just A Kid
158 Nobody Loved You
159 Some Kind Of Nothingness
160 Rendition
161 Natwest-Barclays-Midlands-Lloyds
162 Judge Yr' Self
163 Doors Closing Slowly
164 Sleepflower
165 Black Holes For The Young
166 Always/Never
167 The Convalescent
168 3 Ways to See Despair
169 Donkeys
170 IfwhiteAmericatoldthetruthforonedayitsworldwouldfa
171 1985
172 Ready For Drowning
173 The Descent
174 Second Great Depression
175 Repeat (Stars And Stripes)
176 Automatik Teknicolour
177 Symphony Of Tourette
178 Nat West - Barclays - Midlands - Lloyds
179 Door To The River
180 The Year Of Purification
181 Running Out of Fantasy
182 We Her Majesty's Prisoners
183 Kevin Carter
184 Hazleton Avenue
185 Repeat (UK)
186 Buildings For Dead People
187 Pretension/Repulsion
188 Are Mothers Saints?
189 Manorbier
190 Scream To A Sigh (La Tristesse Durera)
191 Of Walking Abortion
192 Been A Son
193 No Surface, All Feeling
194 Auto Intoxication
195 Underdog
196 Rock and Roll Music
197 Baby Elian
198 Everything Will Be
199 Dead Trees And Traffic Islands
200 We Are All Bourgeois Now
201 30-Year War
202 She Is Suffering (Live at The O2)
203 Emily
204 Comfort Comes
205 Removables
206 Golden Platitudes
207 Winterlovers
208 Love Letter To The Future
209 William's Last Words
210 Dead Passive
211 Sorrow 16
212 Death of a Digital Ghost
213 R. P. McMurphy
214 Revol
215 The Masses Against The Classes
216 You're Tender And You're Tired
217 Small Black Flowers That Grow In The Sky
218 I Think I Found It
219 Working Class Hero
220 Spectators Of Suicide
221 Star Lover
222 Epicentre
223 Hibernation
224 Solitude Sometimes Is
225 Democracy Coma
226 See It Like Sutherland
227 Motown Junk
228 It's So Easy
229 A Billion Balconies Facing The Sun
230 Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
231 No One Knows What It's Like To Be Me
232 Primitive Painters
233 Found That Soul
234 4 Ever Delayed
235 Ifwhiteamericatoldthetruthforonedayit'sworldwouldfallapart
236 Faceless Sense Of Void

Manic Street Preachers Bio

Manic Street Preachers are a Welsh alternative rock band, formed in 1986 in Blackwood and consisting of James Dean Bradfield (lead vocals, lead guitar), Nicky Wire (bass guitar, lyrics) and Sean Moore (drums). They are often colloquially known as "The Manics", or simply, "Manics". Originally a quartet, the band became a trio when primary lyricist and rhythm guitarist Richey Edwards disappeared on 1 February 1995. Their early combination of androgynous glam imagery and critical social lyrics about "culture, alienation, boredom and despair" gained them a loyal following and cult status.

Following Edwards' disappearance, Bradfield, Moore and Wire persisted with Manic Street Preachers, and went on to gain critical and commercial success, becoming one of Britain's premier rock bands. The band's later albums retained a leftist politicisation and intellectual lyrical style while adopting a broader alternative rock sound. Altogether, they have garnered eleven Top 10 albums, fifteen Top 10 singles and have reached No. 1 on the UK charts three times—with their 1998 This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours album, the 1998 "If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next" single and the 2000 "The Masses Against the Classes" single.

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