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Our Lady Peace Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Our Lady Peace Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Big Dumb Rocket
2 Out of Here
3 All for You
4 4am
5 Paper Moon
6 Our Time Is Fading
7 Potato Girl
8 Innocent
9 Monkey Brains
10 Refuge
11 Hello Oskar
12 R.K. 1949-97
13 4 AM
14 Not Enough
15 The Needle And The Damage Done
16 All You Did Was Save My Life
17 Let You Down
18 Is Anybody Home?
19 The Right Stuff
20 Will The Future Blame Us
21 Whatever (Chris Benoit's Theme
22 One Man Army
23 A Story About a Girl
24 R.K. 2029 (Pt 2)
25 Never Get Over You
26 Starseed
27 Supersatellite
28 Memories
29 Under Zenith
30 Eternal Life
31 Sell My Soul
32 Are You Sad
33 If You Believe
34 Signs Of Life
35 The End Is Where We Begin
36 Clumsy
37 Denied
38 Where Are You
39 Al Genina (Leave The Light On)
40 Happiness & The Fish
41 Innocent - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
42 Hope
43 Angels / Losing / Sleep (Live In Montreal)
44 Middle Of Yesterday
45 Superman's Dead (Live)
46 Dreamland
47 Boy
48 Shaking
49 Somewhere Out There (Album Version)
50 One Man Army - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
51 Is It Safe?
52 Naveed (Live In Montreal)
53 Right behind You (Mafia)
54 Superman's Dead (edit)
55 The Story of 100 Aisles
56 Home Again
57 Lying Awake
58 Is Anybody Home? - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
59 Julia
60 Bring Back the Sun (Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version)
61 Superman's Dead
62 Escape Artist
63 Gravity
64 Our Time Is Fading - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
65 Naveed
66 Fire in the Hen House
67 R.K. 2029
68 Superman’s Dead
69 Superman's Dead (Acoustic)
70 Drive
71 Whatever - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
72 Neon Crossing
73 Whatever (Live)
74 Won't Turn Back
75 Angels/Losing/Sleep
76 Bring Back the Sun
77 If This Is It
78 Stealing Babies
79 Clumsy - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
80 Fire In The Henhouse
81 R.K. Intro
82 White Flags
83 Love And Trust
84 Do You Like It
85 Window Seat
86 Thief
87 Starseed - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
88 Starseed (Live)
89 R.K. On Death
90 Don't Stop
91 Find Our Way Home
92 Waited
93 Somewhere Out There - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
94 The Birdman
95 4AM (Live)
96 Apology
97 Right Stuff
98 Made of Steel
99 The Wolf
100 Dear Prudence
101 Stealing Babies (Featuring Elvin Jones)
102 The Wonderful Future
103 Potatoe Girl
104 Angels Losing Sleep
105 Picture
106 Allowance
107 Kiss On The Mouth - previously unreleased
108 All My Friends
109 Will Someday Change
110 As We Travel Along The Jericho Road
111 Wipe That Smile Off Your Face
112 Theif
113 Mettle
114 Never Got Over You
115 Find Our Way
116 4 A.M.
117 Automatic Flowers
118 Better Than Here
119 Somewhere Out There
120 Rabbits
121 Time Bomb (Bonus Track)
122 Everyone's A Junkie
123 Heavyweight
124 Stealing Babies"(feat. elvin jones
125 Car Crash
126 Kiss on the Mouth
127 Sorry
128 All For You - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
129 Tomorrow Never Knows
130 The Right Stuff (Bonus Track)
131 As Fast As You Can
132 The Wonderful Furture
133 Carnival
134 Walking In Circles
135 Annie
136 Superman's Dead - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
137 Trapeze
138 Picture (Live In Toronto)
139 In Repair
140 Naveed/Life
141 Whatever
142 Time Bomb
143 The World On A String
144 Blister
145 Not Enough - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
146 Wipe That Smile Off Your Face (Live In Toronto)
147 Life
148 Naveed / Life
149 Burn, Burn
150 Happiness and the Fish
151 Consequence of Laughing
152 Naveed - Calgary/Edmonton Live Show Version
153 Dirty Walls
154 Innocent (Live In Montreal)
155 Made to Heal
156 All You Did Was Saved My Life

Our Lady Peace Bio

Our Lady Peace is a Canadian alternative rock band that formed in Toronto, Canada in 1992. Widely recognized by its abbreviation OLP, the band currently consists of members Raine Maida, Duncan Coutts, Jeremy Taggart and Steve Mazur. Throughout their career, the band has sold over five million albums worldwide, won four Juno Awards, and won ten MuchMusic Video Awards—the most MMVAs ever awarded to any artist or group.

OLP has released six studio albums, one live album, and two compilation albums, with their 1997 album Clumsy often being considered their signature and most widely recognized work to date. They have enjoyed many hit singles, ranging from "Starseed" in 1994, to "Somewhere Out There" in 2002.

While the band's first four albums have been praised for their unique sound and style, their two most recent studio albums — Gravity and Healthy in Paranoid Times — are sometimes believed to have been a "radical departure" from their distinctive style of music, and have been criticized as being "too mainstream" or "uninspired". The 2001 departures of both founding member Mike Turner and longtime-producer Arnold Lanni in combination with influence from then-new producer Bob Rock is often credited as a main factor in the style change.

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