Nanci Griffith Lyrics

Genre: Country

Nanci Griffith Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Roses On the 4th of July
2 Julie Anne
3 Tumble And Fall
4 Late Night Grande Hotel
5 Party Girl
6 Lone Star State of Mind
7 This Old Town
8 Trouble in the Fields
9 Waltzing with the Angels
10 These Days in an Open Book
11 Last Train Home
12 Morning Song for Sally
13 Deadwood
14 Deadwood, South Dakota
15 More Than a Whisper
16 Hard Times Come Again No More
17 Across the Great Divide
18 Don't Forget About Me
19 Not Innocent Enough
20 So Long Ago
21 Talk to Me While I'm Listening
22 Anyone Can Be Somebody's Fool
23 Things I Don't Need
24 Dollar Matinee
25 Tequila After Midnight
26 Pour Me A Drink
27 Our Very Own
28 One of These Days
29 Shaking Out the Snow
30 Hometown Streets
31 Wheels
32 Woman Of The Phoenix
33 You Were on My Mind
34 Drive-In Movies and Dashboard Lights
35 Bethlehem Steel
36 Angels
37 Tappan Zee
38 White Freight Liner
39 Desperadoes Waiting for a Train
40 Trouble with Roses
41 Waiting for Love
42 Sweet Dreams Will Come
43 Wouldn't That Be Fine
44 Heaven
45 Tower Song
46 Good Night, New York
47 The Road to Aberdeen
48 Lost Him in the Sun
49 Time of Inconvenience
50 Neon & Waltzes
51 Love Wore a Halo (Back Before the War)
52 Let It Shine on Me
53 I'll Move Along
54 Beacon Street
55 Traveling Through This Part of You
56 Are You Tired Of Me Darling
57 Turn Around
58 I Fought the Law
59 I Still Miss Someone
60 Truly Something Fine
61 Can't Love Wrong
62 Listen to the Radio
63 Michael's Song
64 Pearl's Eye View (The Life of Dickey Chapelle)
65 Up Against The Rain
66 Three Flights Up
67 West Texas Sun
68 Outbound Plane
69 Goodnight to a Mother's Dream
70 Before
71 I Don't Wanna Talk About Love
72 500 Miles From the Mexican Border
73 Year Down in New Orleans
74 Going Back to Georgia
75 Comin' Down In The Rain
76 Marilyn Monroe/Neon and Waltzes
77 Saint Teresa of Avila
78 I'm Not Drivin' These Wheels (Bring the Prose to the Wheel)
79 Cotton
80 San Diego Serenade
81 Canadian Whiskey
82 It's a Hard Life Wherever You Go
83 Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound
84 I Love This Town
85 Gulf Coast Highway
86 Ford Econoline
87 I Remember Joe
88 When I Dream
89 Last Song for Mother
90 Lookin' for the Time (Workin' Girl)
91 From a Distance
92 Love at the Five and Dime
93 Tell Me How
94 Grapefruit Moon
95 I Would Change My Life
96 High On A Mountain Top
97 Fields of Summer
98 Louise
99 Spin on a Red Brick Floor
100 If These Walls Could Speak
101 Love at the Five and Dime (Live)
102 Looking For The Time (Workin' Girl)
103 I Still Miss Someone
104 Across America
105 Mountain of Sorrow
106 Fragile
107 Tecumseh Valley
108 Come On Up Mississippi
109 Walk Right Back
110 It's Just Another Morning Here
111 Wichita Falls
112 What's That I Hear
113 On Grafton Street
114 Brave Companion Of The Road
115 Heart of Indochine
116 The Sun, Moon and Stars
117 Sing One for Sister
118 Dress of Laces
119 Anything You Need But Me
120 Boots of Spanish Leather
121 Davey’s Last Picture
122 Roseville Fair
123 Love Is a Hard Waltz
124 There's A Light Beyond These Woods
125 Two for the Road
126 Leaving The Harbor
127 Everything's Comin' Up Roses
128 Wooden Heart
129 Sing
130 Please Call Me, Baby
131 Simple Life
132 Bad Seed
133 I Knew Love
134 Mary & Omie
135 Grace of True Love Holds
136 Radio Fragile
137 Who Knows Where the Time Goes?
138 Love in a Memory
139 Armstrong
140 Try the Love
141 The Ghost Inside of Me
142 I Wish It Would Rain
143 Just Another Morning Here
144 Cold Hearts/Closed Minds
145 Wheels
146 Say It Isn't So
147 Song for Remembered Heroes
148 Little Love Affairs
149 One Blade Shy of a Sharp Edge
150 Montana Backroads
151 Still Life
152 Wall of Death
153 Never Mind
154 If I Could Only Fly
155 Love Conquers All
156 You Can't Go Home Again
157 Back When Ted Loved Sylvia
158 The Power Lines
159 Not My Way Home
160 Mary and Omie
161 Bluer Than Blue
162 Wasn't That a Mighty Storm
163 Speed of the Sound of Loneliness
164 Banks of the Pontchartrain
165 October Reasons
166 Stranded In The High Ground
167 Time Alone
168 I Would Bring You Ireland
169 West Texas Sun
170 You Made This Love a Teardrop
171 I Remember Joe
172 In the Wee Small Hours
173 Down 'N' Outer
174 Tonight I Think I'm Gonna Go Downtown
175 Midnight in Missoula
176 Storms
177 Goin' Gone
178 Heart Of A Miner
179 Hell No (I’m Not Alright)
180 Ghost In the Music
181 Workin' in Corners
182 Ballad of Robin Winter Smith
183 Do Re Mi
184 Alabama Soft Spoken Blues
185 Old Hanoi
186 Where Would I Be
187 Battlefield
188 The Loving Kind
189 Money Changes Everything
190 Ruby's Arms
191 Love's Found a Shoulder
192 Waiting On A Dark Eyed Gal
193 Friend Out In the Madness
194 Maybe Tomorrow
195 I Hear Nevada
196 If Wishes Were Changes
197 There's a Light Beyond These Woods
198 Rise to the Occasion
199 1937 Pre-War Kimball
200 He Was a Friend of Mine
201 The Last of the True Believers
202 The Streets of Baltimore
203 Fly by Night
204 There's a Light Beyond These Woods (Mary Margaret)
205 Intersection
206 Daddy Said
207 The Wing and the Wheel
208 Ghost In The Music
209 You Can't Go Home
210 Always Will
211 This Heart
212 If I Were The Woman You Wanted
213 Is This All There Is?
214 Drops from the Faucet
215 Poet in My Window
216 The Flyer
217 Never Going Back
218 Beautiful
219 Southbound Train
220 Howard Larman: Guitar Tuning
221 Big Blue Ball of War
222 Clock Without Hands
223 Cold Hearts / Closed Minds
224 Once In a Very Blue Moon
225 It's Too Late

Nanci Griffith Bio

Nanci Caroline Griffith (born July 6, 1953) is an American singer, guitarist, and songwriter, reared in Austin, Texas, who currently lives in Nashville.

Griffith was born in Seguin, Texas, and her career has spanned a variety of musical genres, predominantly country, folk, and what she terms "folkabilly." Griffith won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album in 1994 for her recording, Other Voices, Other Rooms. This album features Griffith covering the songs of artists who are her major influences. One of her better-known songs is "From a Distance," which was written and composed by Julie Gold, although Bette Midler's version achieved greater commercial success. Similarly, other artists have occasionally achieved greater success than Griffith herself with songs that she wrote or co-wrote. For example, Kathy Mattea had a country music top five hit with a 1986 cover of Griffith's "Love at the Five and Dime" and Suzy Bogguss had one of her largest hits with Griffith's and Tom Russell's "Outbound Plane".

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