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Nazareth Lyrics

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Nazareth Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Hair of the Dog
2 Love Hurts
3 See Me
4 Bad Bad Boy
5 Dying Breed
6 Sunshine
7 Turn On Your Receiver
8 I Want To Do Everything For You
9 Going Loco
10 Busted
11 My White Bicycle
12 This Flight Tonight
13 Broken Down Angel
14 Loggin'on
15 Expect No Mercy
16 Holy Roller
17 The Ballad Of Hollis Brown
18 A Day At The Beach
19 Simple Solution
20 Razamanaz
21 Enough Love
22 Road Trip
23 Gloria
24 Woke Up This Morning
25 Keep On Travellin'
26 Piece of My Heart
27 Guilty
28 Sleeptalker
29 Gimme What's Mine
30 Rock ‘N’ Roll Telephone
31 Child In The Sun
32 Carry Out Feelings
33 All Nite Radio
34 Nothing So Good
35 Just To Get Into It
36 The Gathering
37 Born Under the Wrong Sign
38 Down Home Girl
39 No Mean City (Parts 1 & 2)
40 Kentucky Fried Blues
41 Punch a Hole in the Sky
42 Pop The Silo
43 Moon Dance
44 Backroom Boys
45 Hang on to a Dream
46 Homesick Again
47 Ruby Tuesday
48 Telegram
49 New York Broken Toy
50 Long Long Time
51 Every Young Man's Dream
52 Love Leads to Madness
53 Moonlight Eyes
54 Star
55 Love Hurts (Live)
56 Whatever You Want Babe
57 Helpless
58 I Ran
59 Place In Your Heart
60 The Right Time
61 Loved and Lost
62 Fool About You
63 Miss Misery
64 Dear John
65 Dream On
66 Claim To Fame
67 Talkin' to One of the Boys
68 Beggars Day – Rose In The Heather
69 All The Kings Horses
70 Not Today
71 Glad When You're Gone
72 Rain On The Window
73 Changin' Times
74 What's In It For Me
75 Bring It Home to Mama
76 Flying
77 Hit The Fan
78 Greens
79 Speakeasy
80 Dressed To Kill
81 Light My Way
82 I Had A Dream
83 Burning Down
84 Demon Alcohol
85 Big Dog's Gonna Howl
86 Steamroller
87 Go Down Fighting
88 Desolation Road
89 God of the Mountain
90 Rags To Riches
91 Love, Now You're Gone
92 Whippin' Boy
93 Railroad Boy
94 Claimed
95 Loretta
96 Light Comes Down
97 Cocaine
98 Just a Ride
99 Why Don't You Read The Book
100 Morning Dew
101 Night Woman
102 Liar
103 You're the Violin
104 Shapes of Things
105 No Mean Monster
106 Gone Dead Train
107 Too Bad Too Sad
108 Fat Man
109 Wanna Feel Good
110 We Are The People
111 Java Blues
112 Vancouver Shakedown
113 When Jesus Comes To Save The World Again
114 Black Hearted Woman
115 Silver Dollar Forger
116 Empty Arms,Empty Heart
117 Big Boy
118 Whiskey Drinkin' Woman
119 Good Love
120 Friends
121 Born to Love
122 I Don't Want to Go on Without You
123 Radio
124 Beggars Day
125 Right Between The Eyes
126 Madelaine
127 God Save the South
128 Please Don't Judas Me
129 Shanghai'd In Shanghai
130 Rip It Up
131 Warning
132 May The Sunshine
133 Stand by Your Beds
134 Time And Tide
135 I Want To (Do Everything)
136 This Month’s Messiah
137 Showdown at the Border
138 When the Lights Come Down
139 All The King's Horses
140 Mean Streets
141 Lift the Lid
142 Beggar's Day
143 Lifeboat
144 Crack Me Up
145 Boom Bang Bang
146 Called Her Name
147 The King Is Dead
148 Sold My Soul
149 L.A. Girls
150 Move Me
151 The Toast
152 Can't Shake Those Shakes
153 One Set of Bones
154 Country Girl
155 Crazy (A Suitable Case For Treatment)
156 Cat's Eye, Apple Pie
157 Waiting for the Man
158 Heart's Grown Cold
159 Let Me Be Your Dog
160 Watch Your Back
161 Shot Me Down
162 Back 2b4
163 Red Light Lady
164 Milk And Honey
165 Somebody to Roll
166 Alcatraz
167 Road To Nowhere
168 Butterfly
169 Revenge Is Sweet
170 Winter Sunlight
171 Victoria
172 New York Broken Toys
173 Holiday
174 Turning A New Leaf

Nazareth Bio

Nazareth is a Scottish rock band that had several hard rock hits in the UK in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog. Primarily an albums band, they had one notable international hit single, in 1975, with a cover of the ballad "Love Hurts". The band continues to record and tour to the present day.

Nazareth was formed in December 1968 in Dunfermline, Scotland, out of the ashes of semi-professional local group The Shadettes (formed in 1961) by vocalist Dan McCafferty, guitarist Manny Charlton (ex Mark V and The Red Hawks), bassist Pete Agnew, and drummer Darrell Sweet. They took their name from the first line of The Band's classic song "The Weight" ("I pulled into Nazareth / Was feelin' about half past dead..."). Nazareth's cover version of "Java Blues" by The Band's bassist/singer Rick Danko and Emmett Grogan is on their 1981 live album Snaz.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazareth_(band)