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Ozark Mountain Daredevils Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Ozark Mountain Daredevils Lyrics - by Popularity

1 If I Only Knew
2 Black Sky
3 Spaceship Orion
4 Chicken Train
5 Colorado Song
6 From Time To Time
7 The Red Plum
8 Jackie Blue
9 Lowlands
10 Cobblestone Mountain
11 Gypsy Forest
12 Mr. Powell
13 Out On The Sea
14 E. E. Lawson
15 It's All Over Now
16 Thin Ice
17 Journey To The Center Of Your Heart
18 Look Away
19 Time Warp
20 Beauty in the River
21 Bad Road
22 Fool's Gold
23 Southern Cross
24 It'll Shine When It Shines
25 Commercial Success
26 So Close To The Feeling
27 Bar Hoppin'
28 Dream-O
29 Fly Away Home
30 Arroyo
31 Standing On The Rock
32 The Sun's Gonna Shine
33 If It's True
34 Oh, Darlin'
35 Mountain Range
36 Give 'Em My Number
37 It's How You Think
38 It Couldn't Be Better
39 Watermill
40 River To The Sun
41 You Know Like I Know
42 New York
43 Sonora
44 It Probably Always Will
45 Don't Talk
46 Wilder Days
47 Lost Cabin
48 Black Leather
49 Where Are We
50 Love Makes The Lover
51 Running Away
52 God Speed (Your Love)
53 What's Happened Along In My Life
54 Only Seventeen
55 There Oughta Be A Law
56 Road to Glory
57 Snowbound
58 Sheriff's Comin'
59 Outside The Law
60 You Made It Right
61 Satisfaction Guaranteed
(I Could Give You Love)
62 Empty Cup
63 Stinghead
64 Sometimes You Earn
65 A Satisfied Mind
66 The Best Is Yet To Come
67 Country Girl
68 The Fox
69 Stolen Away
70 Waiting To Let Go
71 Jump At The Chance
72 Homemade Wine
73 True Believer
74 Sweet Love
75 Everywhere She Goes
76 Lovin' You
77 I Threw Away The Chains
78 Fishin' In The Dark
79 Horse Trader
80 Breakaway (from those chains)
81 Within Without
82 Within A Dream
83 If You Wanna Get To Heaven
84 I'm Still Dreamin'
85 Rosalie
86 Noah
87 Heart of the Country
88 Road Master
89 In The Day, In The Night
90 Runnin' Out
91 Reudi Valley Boogie
92 Heatin' Up
93 I'm Still Dreaming
94 Ooh Boys (It's Hot)
95 Love is Calling
96 Sailin' Around the World
97 Lonely Knight
98 Followin' The Way That I Feel
99 Better Days
100 Take You Tonight
101 Whippoorwill
102 The River
103 The Rhythm of Joy
104 Chicken Train Stomp
105 Over Again
106 Tuff Luck
107 Backroads
108 Feelin' Good
109 Turn It Up
110 Lovin’ Again
111 Hang On
112 Dreams
113 Standing On The Corner of Live &Learn
114 Establish Yourself
115 Crazy Lovin'
116 Long Time To Here
117 On Our Carousel
118 Kansas You Fooler
119 Hollywood
120 True Love
121 Tear In The Rain
122 Following The Way That I Feel
123 Someday Darlin’
124 Just Another Girlfriend
125 (Flame of) Laredo
126 Giving It All To The Wind
127 Moon Come Up
128 Crazy Over You
129 Walking In The Morning
130 Tidal Wave
131 Marooned
132 Gonna Buy Me A Car
133 Absolute Zero
134 Keep On Churnin'
135 Outside My Country Home
136 Gettin' Higher
137 Rainbird
138 Walkin' Down The Road
139 Number One Girl
140 Hilltop Girl
141 Leatherwood
142 Moon On The Rise
143 Homeade Wine

Ozark Mountain Daredevils Bio

The Ozark Mountain Daredevils are a Southern rock/country rock band formed in 1972 in Springfield, Missouri, USA. They are most widely known for their singles "If You Wanna Get To Heaven" in 1974 and "Jackie Blue" in 1975. Some have described the band's sound as a "countrified Steely Dan."

The Daredevils are also mentioned in the "Don's Story" chapter of American humorist David Sedaris' book Barrel Fever. Bassist Michael "Supe" Granda has also written a book about the band, It Shined.

The "Daredevils" name has much to do with the long hair and beards sported by the band in the 1970s, a rejection of the more conservative style of their native Ozarks during that decade. It is mentioned in the book about the band "It Shined," by Michael Granda, that the band name was derived from "Cosmic Corn Cob & His Amazing Ozark Mountain Daredevils," a name that John Dillon came up with at a Kansas City  "naming party" after the band was told that the name they had previously been using, "Family Tree," was already taken. The band shortened the name because none of the band members at the time wanted to be called "Cosmic Corn Cob," and they did not want the name to sound similar to The Amazing Rhythm Aces.

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