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Rufus Wainwright Lyrics

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Rufus Wainwright Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Slideshow
2 Across the Universe
3 California
4 I Don't Know What It Is
5 Foolish Love
6 Greek Song
7 Hallelujah
8 Beautiful Child
9 Rules And Regulations
10 Le Roi D'Y's
11 Going To A Town
12 Grey Gardens
13 I\'m Not Ready To Love
14 Vibrate
15 In a Graveyard
16 The Tower of Learning
17 Do You Love An Apple?
18 Peach Trees
19 Vicious World
20 Across the Universe (remix)
21 Sally Ann
22 Release The Stars
23 This Love Affair
24 In My Arms
25 The Consort
26 Damned Ladies
27 Harvester of Hearts
28 I'm Leaving for Paris
29 Evil Angel
30 What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?
31 Poses
32 Sonnet 87
33 Between My Legs
34 Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk
35 Who Are You New York?
36 The Motion Waltz (Emotional Commotion)
37 Quand Vous Mourrez de Nos Amours
38 Agnus Dei
39 Farewell (Sonnet 87)
40 Do I Disappoint You
41 A Bit Of You
42 Sad With What I Have
43 The Origin of Love
44 Rainbow Crossing
45 Broken Hallelujah
46 Movies of Myself
47 Sonnet 43 (feat. Siân Phillips)
48 Chelsea Hotel No.2
49 Martha
50 He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
51 Out of the Game
52 Rebel Prince
53 Coeur de Parisienne — Reprise d'Arletty
54 Pretty Things
55 Sonnet 20 (feat. Frally Hynes)
56 Leaving For Paris
57 Another Believer
58 Ashes
59 Give Me What I Want And Give It To Me Now!
60 Heartburn
61 Jericho
62 Rose That Needs Water
63 Quand vous mourrez de nos amours (Live)
64 Sonnet 10 (feat. Peter Eyre)
65 Nobody's Off The Hook
66 Spotlight On Christmas
67 Baby
68 True Loves
69 I'm A-Runnin'
70 Rashida
71 Chelsea Hotel, No. 2 (Live)
72 Want
73 Banks Of The Wabash
74 Sonnet 43
75 Imaginary Love
76 Barbara
77 Shadows
78 When Most I Wink (Sonnet 43)
79 Dinner at Eight
80 The One You Love
81 Barcelona
82 Sonnet 20
83 Welcome to the Ball
84 Somewhere Over The Rainbow
85 Take All My Loves (Sonnet 40)
86 Sanssouci
87 Hometown Waltz
88 Beauty Mark
89 Sonnet 10
90 Montauk
91 That Night
92 A Woman's Face (Sonnet 20)
93 Gay Messiah
94 Tiergarten
95 Waiting for a Dream
96 The Dream
97 Instant Pleasure
98 Bitter Tears
99 For Shame (Sonnet 10)
100 Natasha
101 Tulsa
102 Memphis Skyline
103 What Would I Ever Do With A Rose?
104 Respectable Dive
105 The Money Song
106 Unperfect Actor (Sonnet 23)
107 Albatross
108 Old Whore's Diet
109 Danny Boy
110 Les Feux D'artifice T'appellent
111 Liberty Cabbage
112 Perfect Man
113 Sonnet 29
114 Wonderful/Song For Children
115 Not Ready To Love
116 Zebulon
117 Little Sister
118 Sometimes You Need
119 Two Gold Rings
120 When in Disgrace with Fortune and Men's Eyes (Sonnet 29)
121 Goodnight Sweetheart
122 Crumb By Crumb
123 Leaving For Paris No. 2
124 11:11
125 Give Me What I Want & Give It To Me Now!
126 Matinee Idol
127 Song of You
128 Sonnet 129
129 If Love Were All
130 14th Street
131 So Sad With What I Have
132 Millbrook
133 Candles
134 When Will I Be Loved
135 Th'Expense of Spirit in a Waste of Shame (Sonnet 129)
136 Macushla
137 Go or Go Ahead
138 Get Outta Town
139 I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise
140 One Man Guy
141 Es Muß Sein
142 La Complainte De La Butte
143 All dessen müd (Sonnet 66)
144 A Woman's Face – Reprise (Sonnet 20)
145 The Art Teacher
146 April Fools
147 Rufus Wainwright - Across The Universe
148 In With the Ladies
149 Velvet Curtain Rag
150 Oh What a World

Rufus Wainwright Bio

Rufus McGarrigle Wainwright (born July 22, 1973) is a Canadian-American singer-songwriter. He has recorded five albums of original music, several EPs, and numerous tracks included on compilations and film soundtracks. He is the son of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle, brother of Martha Wainwright, and half-brother of Lucy Wainwright Roche.

Rufus Wainwright was born in Rhinebeck, New York, to folk singers Kate McGarrigle and Loudon Wainwright III (a direct descendant of Peter Stuyvesant, the last Director-General of New Netherland). His parents divorced when he was 3 years old, and he lived with his mother in Montréal, Canada for most of his youth. Wainwright is both a U.S and Canadian citizen. He attended high school at the Millbrook School in downstate New York (which would later inspire his song, "Millbrook"), and later briefly studied piano at Concordia and McGill Universities in Montréal. He began playing the piano at age six, and started touring at thirteen with "The McGarrigle Sisters and Family", a folk group featuring Rufus, his sister Martha, his mother Kate, and aunt Anna. His song, "I'm a-Runnin'", which he performed in the movie, Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller, at the age of fourteen earned him a nomination for a 1989 Genie Award for Best Original Song. He was also nominated for a 1990 Juno Award for Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year.

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