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New York Dolls Lyrics

Genre: Rock

New York Dolls Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Street Cake
2 Rainbow Store
3 Daddy Rolling Stone (Live In New York, 1975)
4 Cause I Sez So
5 We're All in Love
6 I Sold My Soul To The Junkman
7 (There’s Gonna be a) Showdown
8 Human Being - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
9 Don’t Mess With Cupid
10 Frankenstein (Live)
11 Chatterbox
12 Give Her a Great Big Kiss (live Paris)
13 Lookin’ for a Kiss
14 Ain't Got No Home / Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Live In New York, 1975)
15 Fishnets & Cigarettes
16 Runnin' Around
17 Stranded in the Jungle (Live)
18 Stranded In The Jungle (2) - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
19 Human Being
20 (There's Gonna Be a) Showdown [Live]
21 Jet Boy
22 Stranded In the Jungle (live Paris)
23 Pills (live Paris)
24 Give Her a Great Big Kiss (live)
25 Girls Girls Girls (Live In New York, 1975)
26 'Cause I Sez So
27 We’re All in Love
28 Lipstick, Powder & Paint
29 Fabulous rant
30 Trash (2) - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
31 Stranded in the Jungle
32 It's Too Late (Live)
33 Babylon
34 Vietnamese Baby (live Paris)
35 Something Else
36 Pirate Love (Live In New York, 1975)
37 Muddy Bones
38 I’m So Fabulous
39 Daddy Rolling Stone (Live)
40 Streetcake
41 Chatterbox (2) - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
42 Frankenstein
43 Bad Detective (Live)
44 Somethin' Else
45 Trash (live Paris)
46 Girls Girls Girls
47 Pills (Live In New York, 1975)
48 Better Than You
49 You Don’t Have to Cry
50 Daddy Rolling Stone - Live
51 I Sold My Heart to the Junkman
52 Personality Crisis (2) - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
53 Bad Detective
54 Subway Train (Live)
55 Daddy Rolling Stone
56 Private World
57 Chatterbox (live Paris)
58 Pirate Love
59 Stranded In the Jungle (Live In New York, 1975)
60 Lonely So Long
61 Baby Tell Me What I’m On
62 Daddy Rolling Stone - live
63 Talk to Me Baby
64 Looking For A Kiss - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
65 Subway Train
66 Private World (Live)
67 Hoochie Coochie Man
68 Puss 'n' Boots (live Paris)
69 Dancing on the Lip of a Volcano
70 Trash (Live In Paris, 23rd December 1973)
71 My World
72 I Ain’t Got Nothin’
73 Round & Round She Goes
74 Fool for You Baby
75 Cause I Sez So - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
76 Who Are the Mystery Girls
77 Human Being (Live)
78 Great Big Kiss
79 Hoochie Coochie Man (live Paris)
80 Gimme Luv and Turn on the Light
81 Chatterbox (Live at the Bataclan Paris, France 1973)
82 This Is Ridiculous
83 I Ain't Got Nothin'
84 Don’t Start Me Talking
85 Kids Like You
86 Talk To Me Baby - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
87 Lonely Planet Boy
88 Don't Start Me Talking (Live)
89 Jet Boy (live)
90 Jet Boy (live Paris)
91 Seventeen
92 Puss 'n' Boots (Live In Paris, 23rd December 1973)
93 Temptation to Exist
94 I'm So Fabulous
95 Puss 'n' Boots - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
96 Round and Round She Goes
97 Private World - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
98 Something Else (live)
99 Hoochie Coochie Man (Live)
100 Hoochie Goochie Man
101 Daddy Rolling Stone - Live
102 Plenty of Music
103 Babylon (Live)
104 Making Rain
105 You Don't Have to Cry
106 Trash - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
107 Funky But Chic
108 Streetcake - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
109 Pills (live)
110 Vietnamese Baby (Live)
111 Give Her a Great Big Kiss
112 Daddy Rolling Stone - Live
113 Punishing World
114 Rainbow Store (Live)
115 Drowning
116 Baby, Tell Me What I'm On
117 Stranded In The Jungle - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
118 End of the Summer
119 Kids Like You - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
120 Personality Crisis
121 Puss 'N' Boots
122 Dance Like a Monkey
123 Daddy Rolling Stone - live
124 Maimed Happiness
125 Puss 'n' Boots (Live)
126 Nobody Got No Bizness
127 Ain't Got No Home / Dizzy Miss Lizzy
128 Personality Crisis - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
129 Bad Girl (Live)
130 Who Are The Mystery Girls? - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
131 Bad Girl
132 Stranded In the Jungle (Alternate Version)
133 Personality Crisis (live)
134 Daddy Rolling Stone - Live
135 Fishnets and Cigarettes
136 Dance Like a Monkey (Live)
137 Exorcism of Despair
138 Personality Crisis (demo)
139 Bad Girl - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
140 Trash (Live)
141 Dance Like A Monkey - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
142 Looking for a Kiss
143 Don't Start Me Talking (1972 demo)
144 Personality Crisis (live in Paris 1974)
145 Daddy Rolling Stone (Live)
146 Gotta Get Away From Tommy
147 Lonely Planet Boy (Live)
148 Chatter Box
149 It's Too Late
150 Pills - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
151 Looking for a Kiss (Live)
152 Funky But Chic - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
153 Pills
154 Personality Crisis (live Paris)
155 Dance Like a Monkey (radio edit)
156 Don't Start Me Talking (Recorded At Planet Studios, NYC, March 1973)
157 Take a Good Look at My Good Looks
158 Chatterbox (Live)
159 (There's Gonna Be a) Showdown
160 It's Too Late - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
161 Don't Mess With Cupid
162 Jet Boy - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
163 Vietnamese Baby
164 Bad Girl (live Paris)
165 Dance Like a Monkey (album version)
166 Something Else (Live In New York, 1975)
167 Personality Crises
168 Gimme Luv & Turn On the Light
169 It’s Too Late
170 Chatterbox - Radio Broadcast, Remastered
171 Don't Start Me Talking
172 Personality Crisis - Live From The Bowery, New York / 2011
173 Trash
174 Looking for a Kiss (live Paris)

New York Dolls Albums

New York Dolls Bio

The New York Dolls are an American rock band, formed in New York in 1971. In 2004 the band reformed with three of their original members, two of whom, David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain, continue on today and have released two records of new material. The original bassist, Arthur Kane, died shortly after their first reunion concert.

The band's protopunk sound prefigured much of what was to come in the punk rock era; their visual style influenced the look of many new wave and 1980s-era glam metal groups, and they began the local New York scene that later spawned the Ramones, Blondie, Television and Talking Heads.

Sylvain Sylvain and Billy Murcia, who went to junior high school and high school together, started playing in a band called “the Pox” in 1967. After the frontman quit, Murcia and Sylvain started a clothing business called "Truth and Soul" and Sylvain took a job at "A Different Drummer", a men's boutique that was across the street from the New York Doll Hospital, a doll repair shop. Sylvain claimed that the shop inspired the name for their future band. In 1970 they formed a band again and recruited Johnny Thunders to join on bass, though Sylvain ended up teaching him to play guitar. They called themselves the "Dolls." When Sylvain left the band to spend a few months in London, Thunders and Murcia went their separate ways.

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