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Norma Jean Lyrics

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Norma Jean Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Discipline Your Daughters
2 Birth Of The Anti Mother
3 Surrender Your Sons
4 Coffinspire: Multitudes, Multitudes In the Valley of Decision!
5 It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
6 Vipers, Snakes, And Actors
7 Charactarantula: Talking to You and the Intake of Glass
8 Scientifiction (I. A Clot Of Tragedy; II. A Swarm Of Dedication)
9 Robots 3 Humans 0
10 Disconnecktie (The Faithful Vampire)
11 Death Of The Anti Mother
12 Heaven Help The Working Girl
13 Murphy Was An Optimist
14 And There Will Be A Swarm Of Hornets
15 Murderotica: An Avalanche In D Minor
16 There's A Higher Power
17 Always A Bridesmaid
18 Don't Let That Doorknob Hit You (1967)
19 Gathering In The Sky
20 Neck In The Hemp
21 Don't Let That Doorknob Hit You
22 Cemetery Like A Stage
23 The End Of All Things Will Be Televised
24 Diaphuego
25 I Wish I Didn't Have To Miss You
26 Septentrional
27 You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
28 Pretendeavor: A Reference to a Sinking Ship
29 Triffids
30 Vertebraille: Choke That Thief Called Dependence
31 No Passenger : No Parasite
32 Chapel Bells
33 Pursuing Happiness
34 Blood Burner
35 I Just Came To Smell The Flowers
36 Funeral Singer
37 Scientifiction: A Clot of Tragedy
38 Amnesty Please
39 Another Man Loved Me Last Night
40 Pick Me Up On Your Way Down
41 Slowly
42 Hive Minds
43 Mommy For A Day
44 Oriental
45 I Threw Away The Rose
46 Once More I'll Let You In
47 Self Employed Chemist
48 Great Speckled Bird
49 Dilemmachine: Coalition, Hoax
50 It Was As If the Dead Man Stood upon the Air
51 The Anthem Of The Angry Brides
52 Dime At A Time
53 There Won't Be Any Patches In Heaven
54 Misery Loves Company
55 Face: Face
56 Deathbed Atheist
57 Hungry Eyes
58 Tippy Toeing
59 I Used To Hate Cell Phones, Now I Hate Car Accidents
60 The Entire World Is Counting on Me, and They Don't Even Know
61 Bastardizer
62 Like Swimming Circles
63 In The Park After Dark
64 Searching (For Someone Just Like You)
65 Absentimental
66 The Entire World Is Counting On Me And They Don't Even Know It
67 High Noise Low Output
68 Meanwhile Down At Joe's
69 Blue Prints For Future Homes
70 Three Ways (To Love You)
71 Creating Something Out of Nothing, Only to Destroy It
72 Falling From The Sky: Day Seven
73 Po' Folks
74 All Of Me Belongs To You
75 If You Got It At Five, You Got It At Fifty
76 A Small Spark Vs. A Great Forest
77 Pretty Soon, I Don't Know What, But Something Is Going To Happen
78 Everlasting Tapeworm
79 You Wouldn't Know Love
80 Why
81 Opposite Of Left And Wrong
82 Sun Dies, Blood Moon
83 A Media Friendly Turn For The Worse
84 I Used to Hate Cell Phones but Now I Hate Car Accidents
85 Occidental
86 Heartbreak U.s.a.
87 Hundred Dollar Funeral
88 Wrongdoers
89 Liarsenic: Creating a Universe of Discourse
90 Organized Beyond Recognition
91 The People That Surround You On A Regular Basis
92 I Guess That Comes From Being Poor
93 ShaunLuu
94 The Potter Has No Hands
95 Bayonetwork: Vultures In Vivid Color
96 Sometimes It's Our Mistakes That Make For The Greatest Ideas
97 Innocent Bystanders United
98 100 Powell
99 Don't Come Home A Drinkin'
100 Sword In Mouth, Fire Eyes
101 What Locks The Door
102 The Human Face, Divine
103 Kill More Presidents (B-Side, Unreleased Demo)
104 I've Got A Tiger By The Tail
105 Kill More Presidents
106 Memphis Will Be Laid to Waste
107 Afterhour Animals
108 Let's Go All The Way
109 The Shotgun Message
110 Leaderless & Self Enlisted
111 All I've Got Left
112 Leaderless And Self Enlisted
113 Don't Touch Me
114 Bayonetwork
115 The Lash Whistled Like A Singing Wind
116 Songs Sound Much Sadder
117 A Temperamental Widower

Norma Jean Bio

Norma Jean is an American metalcore band from Douglasville, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. Since their inception in 1997 and replacement of members throughout the years, the band's only original member is the guitarist, Chris Day. To date, Norma Jean has released six studio albums and received a Grammy Award nomination in 2006 for Best Recording Package for their second album O God, the Aftermath. The band's name is derived from the real name of actress Marilyn Monroe.

Evolving from Luti-Kriss, the original Norma Jean line-up consisted of the final Luti-Kriss lineup, but with a new bass player. Drummer Daniel Davison (writer of much of the band's material), explained that the band got their name from actress Marilyn Monroe, whose real name is Norma Jeane Baker.

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