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Ringo Starr Lyrics

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Ringo Starr Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Now That She's Gone Away
2 Whispering Grass (Don't Tell The Trees)
3 In My Car
4 It Don't Come Easy
5 Oh My My
6 I Wanna Be Your Man
7 La De Da
8 No No Song
9 Tuff Love
10 Dear Santa
11 You Always Hurt The One You Love
12 Going Down
13 A Dose Of Rock 'N' Roll
14 The Moonbeam Song
15 Back Off Boogaloo
16 Puppet
17 If It's Love That You Want
18 It's All Down To Goodnight Vienna
19 Octopus's Garden
20 Drift Away
21 Call Me
22 Everyone Wins
23 Act Naturally
24 Beaucoups Of Blues
25 Alibi
26 Tonight
27 All by Myself
28 Wings
29 Vertical Man
30 You Bring The Party Down
31 Stardust
32 Occapella
33 Hard To Be True
34 Missouri Loves Company
35 Never Without You
36 Never Without You [Live]
37 Mystery Of The Night
38 With A Little Hope From My Friends
39 Don't Know A Thing About Love
40 "Blue, Turning Grey Over You"
41 S.O.S.
42 Don't Be Cruel
43 Out On The Streets
44 Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go
45 Bridges
46 Dead Giveaway
47 Love Me Do
48 In A Heartbeat
49 Introduction
50 Free Ride [Live]
51 Can't Do It Wrong
52 Liverpool 8
53 Golden Blunders
54 You Don't Know Me At All
55 Snookeroo
56 Everyday
57 Eye to Eye
58 Wine, Women And Loud Happy Songs
59 Postcards From Paradise
60 Sneaking Sally Through The Alley
61 Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
62 All In The Name Of Love
63 Daybreak
64 What Goes On
65 What Goes On [Live]
66 Y Not
67 Think About You
68 Down and Out
69 Love First
70 Satisfied
71 Blink
72 Memphis in Your Mind
73 I Wouldn't Have You Any Other Way
74 Right Side Of The Road
75 This Be Called A Song
76 I'd Be Talking All The Time
77 I Don't Believe You
78 One
79 Honey Don't
80 In The City: Bang The Drum All Day
81 Show Me The Way
82 Who's Your Daddy
83 For Love
84 I'm A Fool To Care
85 Trippin' On My Own Tears
86 Runaways
87 OK Ray
88 Imagine Me There
89 Not Looking Back
90 Six O'Clock (Short Version)
91 I'm Yours
92 After All These Years
93 King Of Broken Hearts
94 Everybody Wants You
95 Girls Talk
96 Free Drinks
97 Sentimental Journey
98 The End
99 Only You (And You Alone)
100 I'm Home
101 What Love Wants to Be
102 Bamboula
103 Remember (Christmas)
104 Down
105 Photograph
106 Who Needs A Heart
107 I Was Walkin'
108 Free Ride
109 Groovin'
110 Wrong All the Time
111 Gone Are The Days
112 Love Don't Last Long
113 Early 1970
114 Mindfield
115 Give Me Back the Beat
116 Act Naturally [Live]
117 I Keep Forgettin'
118 Island In The Sun
119 Christmas Time Is Here Again
120 I Think Therefore I Rock 'n' Roll
121 You're Sixteen
122 Picture Show Life
123 A Love Bizarre
124 People Got To Be Free
125 Fading In Fading Out
126 Give It A Try
127 Pure Gold
128 Love Is A Many Splendoured Thing
129 Las Brisas
130 Oh My Lord
131 Yellow Submarine [Live]
132 Woman Of The Night
133 Touch And Go
134 Blue Christmas
135 Instant Amnesia
136 Husbands And Wives
137 Without Understanding
138 Don't Mean Nothin
139 Black Maria
140 Night And Day
141 Blindman
142 It's No Secret
143 Intro
144 Some People
145 Gave It All Up
146 Bad Boy
147 Confirmation
148 Loser's Lounge
149 Love First, Ask Questions Later
150 White Christmas
151 I'll Be Fine Anywhere
152 She's Not There
153 Desperado
154 Harry's Song
155 Think It Over
156 Lady Gaye
157 Hey Baby
158 Don't Hang Up
159 Simple Love Song
160 Lipstick Traces (On a Cigarette)
161 Let Love Lead
162 Without Her
163 Elizabeth Reigns
164 Coochy Coochy (Long Version)
165 Yellow Submarine
166 American Woman
167 Cookin' (In The Kitchen Of Love)
168 Pasodobles
169 In Liverpool
170 Goodnight Vienna (Reprise)
171 Choose Love
172 Can She Do It Like She Dances
173 Heart on My Sleeve
174 Hopeless
175 English Garden
176 Oh My My [Live]
177 Write One for Me
178 Frankentstein, Merlin And The Operation
179 Iko Iko
180 I'm the Greatest
181 Wonderful
182 Drowning In The Sea Of Love
183 With a Little Help from My Friends
184 Me and You
185 Sure To Fall (In Love With You)
186 Everybody's In A Hurry But Me
187 Drumming Is My Madness
188 Fastest Growing Heartache In The West
189 Who Can It Be Now [Live]
190 Fill In The Blanks
191 Should've Known Better
192 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
193 Six O'Clock
194 Love Is
195 Rock Island Line
196 Jump Into The Fire
197 Come On Christmas, Christmas Come On
198 Mr. Double-It-Up
199 Christmas Eve
200 Let The Rest Of The World Go By
201 Without You
202 With A Little Help From My Friends [Live]
203 Peace Dream
204 The Glamours Life
205 Cryin'
206 Step Lightly
207 R U Ready?
208 Samba
209 $15 Draw
210 Winter Wonderland
211 Sometimes
212 The Christmas Dance
213 Oo-Wee
214 Bye Bye Blackbird
215 What In The... World (Live)
216 The No-No Song
217 Photograph [Live]
218 The Other Side Of Liverpool
219 Rock Me Tonite
220 Attention
221 Devil Woman
222 Waiting
223 Anthem
224 Old Time Relovin'
225 I Wanna Be Santa Claus
226 Good News
227 Where Did Our Love Go
228 Easy For Me
229 Goodnight Vienna
230 Dream
231 Weight Of The World
232 Boys [Live]
233 Walk With You
234 Hold Your Head Up
235 Pax Um Biscum
236 Have You Seen My Baby
237 The Turnaround
238 Slow Down
239 Gypsies In Flight
240 Rory And The Hurricanes
241 The Little Drummer Boy
242 Don't Pass Me By
243 Silent Homecoming
244 What Goes Around
245 Dream Weaver [Live]
246 Time

Ringo Starr Bio

Richard Starkey MBE (born on 7 July 1940), better known by his stage name Ringo Starr, is an English musician, singer-songwriter and actor, best known as the drummer for The Beatles. Starr was the last to join The Beatles line up, replacing Pete Best, and was the oldest member of the band.

Starr mainly served as a drummer for The Beatles, but also achieved success as a songwriter with the group for the songs "Don't Pass Me By" and "Octopus's Garden", served lead vocals on songs such as "Yellow Submarine", "With a Little Help from My Friends", "What Goes On", "I Wanna Be Your Man", "Boys", and "Good Night", and achieved success in his solo career, with songs such as "It Don't Come Easy", "Photograph" and "You're Sixteen".

Ringo Starr was born Richard Starkey to Richard and Elsie Starkey (née Gleave), at 9 Madryn Street, Dingle, Liverpool. Starr's parents split up when he was three years old; his mother, Elsie Starkey, married Harry Graves, whom Starr liked and who encouraged his interest in music. His childhood featured numerous hospital visits, in 1947 he contracted appendicitis. This progressed to the stage Starr fell in to a coma. At the age of 13, Starr was brought to hospital with chronic-pleurisy which caused him to be admitted to a sanatorium for two years. After his last extended visit to hospital, beginning at age 13, he did not return to school. His health problems had another enduring effect: allergies and sensitivities to food. When he travelled to India in 1968 with the other Beatles, he took his own food with him.

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