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Martha's Trouble Lyrics

Martha's Trouble Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Writer
2 Meet the Flintstones
3 Brighter From Here
4 Story of Two Cities
5 Hush Little Baby
6 100 Miles to Charleston
7 Sign of Life
8 Under A Pale Moon
9 Blue Skies
10 Jesus Loves Me
11 Away in a Manger
12 Let It Go
13 Let Me Stay
14 You Never
15 Special to Me
16 Wonderful Christmastime
17 Oh Canada
18 My Friend
19 My Innonence
20 I Saw An Angel
21 This Christmas
22 Am I Alright?
23 Free
24 Barren Land
25 Love Revolution
26 O Holy Night
27 Rising Sun
28 Goodnight Ray
29 Dreams
30 Anchor Tattoo
31 Jingle Bells
32 I Know
33 The Day Will Come
34 Facade
35 The Sun Will Shine Again
36 Christmas in the City
37 City Skyline
38 Bitterness Hotel
39 I Will Wait (Song of Moses)
40 We Three Kings
41 Don't Hide Away
42 O Come All Ye Faithful
43 The Hiding
44 What Child is This?
45 Waverly
46 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
47 Goodnight Sweet Child
48 Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now
49 Some Peace Tonight
50 Through the Mystery
51 Christmas Song
52 Slocumbs Lullaby
53 Why
54 Waiting
55 Cold Rain
56 Silent Night
57 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
58 Red Door
59 Every Breath You Take
60 Forget October
61 Little Drummer Boy
62 You Are My Sunshine
63 Better Part of Us
64 Let Justice Rule
65 Somewhere in Jenison
66 Sweet Irene
67 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
68 A Little Heart Like You
69 Stop Light
70 The Road Ahead
71 Keri
72 Hold Me Close
73 Precious Love
74 Everyday Love
75 Where I'll Be
76 She Hears a Train
77 Before The Sun Goes Down
78 Bedtime Prayer

Martha's Trouble Bio

The pop/rock duo Martha's Trouble were formed by the husband-and-wife team of singer Jennifer Slocumb and guitarist Rob Slocumb in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada, in 1994. The duo later relocated to Auburn, AL, and thereafter split their time between there and their former Canadian home. They released their debut album, Tale of a Foreigner, on their own Aisling label in 1998. It was followed by The Road Ahead (February 5, 2000), the holiday EP Christmas Lights (November 2002), Sleeping Dogs (2003), Still (April 2003), Forget October (2005), and the EP EP (February 2008). For their second holiday recording, This Christmas, released November 11, 2008, the Slocumbs added guitarist Jacob Blount as a bandmember. Also joining the group for its live performances were Paul Dow (bass) and David Ytterberg (drums).