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Paula Cole Lyrics

Genre: Adult Contemporary

Paula Cole Lyrics - by Popularity

1 La Vie En Rose (English)
2 I Don't Want To Wait
3 Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?
4 Bethlehem
5 The Ladder
6 Autumn Leaves
7 Tiger
8 Amen (Remastered Album Version)
9 Feelin' Love
10 Comin' Down
11 Happy Home
12 Watch The Woman's Hands
13 I Believe In Love
14 La Tonya
15 Dear Gertrude
16 Father
17 14
18 The Hard Way
19 Manitoba
20 You Will Never Know
21 Last November
22 Violet Eyes
23 Scream
24 Feelin' Da Love
25 Puncture Wound
26 Suwannee Jo
27 Love Light
28 Waiting On A Miracle
29 Imaginary Man
30 Salt Of The Sea
31 Throwing Stones
32 P.R.E.N.U.P.
33 Billy Joe
34 The Book Of Dorothy
35 Carmen
36 War
37 Heart Door
38 Lonelytown
39 Secretary
40 Goodnight, Irene
41 Mississippi
42 Working Class Hero
43 God Is Watching
44 El Greco
45 Why Don't You Go?
46 I Am So Ordinary
47 Nietzsche's Eyes
48 Gypsy Road
49 I Believe In Love (Remastered Album Version)
50 I Wanna Kiss You
51 Red Corsette
52 Road To Dead
53 Second Chance
54 I Don't Wanna Wait
55 Hard To Be Soft
56 Good Friend
57 Me
58 Zinnias And Dahlias
59 Saturn Girl
60 In Our Dreams
61 Strong Beautiful Woman (Remix)
62 Chiaroscuro
63 Hush, Hush, Hush
64 Peace
65 Postcards From East Oceanside
66 Unbroken
67 Black Boots
68 Jolene
69 Love Of A Lifetime
70 2 Lifetimes
71 Room to Room
72 Oh John
73 La Vie En Rose
74 Hero's History
75 Come On Inside
76 Pearl
77 We Don’t Know (Where We Are Going)
78 Our Revenge
79 Amen
80 Don't Miss Me
81 Elegy
82 Life Goes On
83 New York City
84 Hitler's Brothers
85 Be Somebody
86 Until I Met You
87 Music In Me
88 Strong Beautiful Woman
89 Chickadees (And Sipping Tea)
90 She Can't Feel Anything Anymore
91 Rhythm Of Life
92 Safe In Your Arms
93 Sex
94 Eloise
95 Betty-Oh-Beautiful
96 Garden Of Eden
97 Free
98 It's My Life
99 Somethin' I've Gotta Say
100 Sorrow-On-The-Hudson
101 Gloucester Harbor Shore

Paula Cole Bio

Paula Cole (born April 5, 1968) is an American singer-songwriter. Her single "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" reached the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1997, and the following year she won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Her song "I Don't Want To Wait" was used as the theme song to the television show Dawson's Creek.

Cole was raised in Rockport, Massachusetts; her mother was an elementary school art teacher, and her father was a professor of biology and ecology at Salem State College and a polka musician. She attended Rockport High School, where she was president of her senior class and performed in school theatrical productions such as South Pacific.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paula_Cole

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