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Replacements Lyrics

Genre: Pop

Replacements Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Skyway (2:04)
2 Lay It Down Clown
3 Run It
4 Otto
5 The Ledge (4:04)
6 Sixteen Blue
7 Swingin' Party
8 God Damn Job
9 Asking Me Lies (3:37)
10 Darlin' One (3:39)
11 Androgynous
12 Merry Go Round
13 They're Blind (4:32)
14 Valentine (3:31)
15 Left Of The Dial
16 Hootenanny
17 Take Me Down To The Hospital
18 Treatment Bound
19 Kids Don't Follow
20 Bundle Up
21 Willpower
22 I Don't Know (3:19)
23 Johnny's Gonna Die
24 Stuck In The Middle
25 All Shook Down
26 Buck Hill
27 Back To Back (3:18)
28 Within Your Reach
29 I O U (2:57)
30 Kick Your Door Down
31 White And Lazy
32 Attitude
33 You Lose
34 Never Mind (2:47)
35 Love You Till Friday
36 More Cigarettes
37 Bastards Of Young
38 Bent Out Of Shape
39 I'll Be You (3:25)
40 Nightclub Jitters (2:44)
41 Dose Of Thunder
42 Happy Town
43 I Won't (2:36)
44 Answering Machine
45 Red Red Wine (2:59)
46 Raised In The City
47 Here Comes A Regular
48 Rock 'n' Roll Ghost (3:20)
49 Black Diamond (P Stanley, Originally Performed By
50 Shooting Dirty Pool (2:20)
51 Rattlesnake
52 Hold My Life
53 My Little Problem
54 Talent Show (3:29)
55 Favorite Thing
56 Shiftless When Idle
57 I'll Buy
58 Nobody
59 Gary's Got A Boner
60 Shutup
61 Kiss Me On The Bus
62 One Wink At A Time
63 We'll Inherit The Earth (4:15)
64 I Will Dare
65 Something To Du
66 Sadly Beautiful
67 Color Me Impressed
68 Seen Your Video
69 Careless
70 Takin A Ride
71 Someone Take The Wheel
72 Customer
73 Dope Smoking Moron
74 Little Mascara
75 The Last
76 Lovelines
77 Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out
78 Don't Ask Why
79 Fuck School
80 Torture
81 Mr Whirly
82 Unsatisfied
83 Hangin' Downtown
84 Gimme Noise
85 Waitress In The Sky
86 When It Began
87 We're Comin' Out
88 I Bought A Headache
89 Go
90 Who Knows
91 Achin' To Be (3:40)
92 Alex Chilton (3:12)
93 I Hate Music
94 Heyday
95 Anywhere's Better Than Here (2:46)
96 Can't Hardly Wait (3:02)
97 I'm In Trouble

Replacements Bio

The Replacements is an American rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1979, and are considered pioneers of alternative rock. The band was composed of the guitarist and vocalist Paul Westerberg, guitarist Bob Stinson, bass guitarist Tommy Stinson and drummer Chris Mars for most of its career. Following several critically acclaimed albums, including Let It Be and Tim, Bob Stinson left the band in 1986 and the band experienced several line-up changes; Slim Dunlap joined as lead guitarist and Steve Foley replaced Mars in 1990. Towards the end of the band's career, Westerberg exerted more control over the creative output. The group disbanded in 1991, with the members ultimately pursuing various projects. However, a reunion was announced on October 3, 2012. The Replacements never experienced any significant commercial success but did influence a variety of alternative rock acts.

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