Ry Cooder Lyrics

Genre: Country

Ry Cooder Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Comin' In On A Wing And A Prayer
2 Paris Texas
3 All Shook Up
4 Viva Seguin
5 Dark Is The Night
6 3rd Base, Dodger Stadium
7 Hey Porter
8 School Is Out
9 Chan Chan
10 Get Rhythm
11 How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live?
12 Let's Work Together
13 Mexican Divorce
14 Little Trona Girl
15 How Can You Keep Moving (Unless You Migrate Too)
16 Maria Elena
17 The Girls from Texas
18 Johnny Cash
19 Jesus On The Mainline
20 Ridin With The Blues
21 Blue Suede Shoes
22 Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)
23 Let's Have A Ball
24 I'm A Good Old Rebel
25 FDR In Trinidad
26 Tattler
27 Brothers Is Gone
28 Pink O Boogie
29 That's the Way Love Turned out for Me
30 Look At Granny Run Run
31 Thirteen Question Method
32 Police Dog Blues
33 Volver Volver
34 Denomination Blues
35 Cherry Ball Blues
36 The Wall Street Part of Town
37 Fernando Sez
38 The Very Thing That Makes You Rich (Makes Me Poor)
39 Poor Man's Shangri-La
40 I Can Tell By The Way You Smell
41 Green Dog
42 Taxes On The Farmer Feeds Us All
43 Guantanamo
44 Spayed Kooley
45 Trouble, You Can't Fool Me
46 He'll Have to Go
47 3 Cool Cats
48 I Think It's Going To Work Out Fine
49 Don't Mess Up A Good Thing
50 Smack Dab in the Middle
51 Vigilante Man
52 Smells Like Money
53 Cold Cold Feeling
54 Jesse James
55 Simple Tools
56 We Shall Be Happy
57 Crow Black Chicken
58 Little Sister
59 Flashes
60 Down In Hollywood
61 Going to Tampa
62 My Dwarf Is Getting Tired
63 My Old Kentucky Home
64 If There's A God
65 Go Home Girl
66 In A Mist
67 Great Dream From Heaven
68 Going Back To Okinawa
69 The Pearls / Tia Juana
70 Money Honey
71 Kool-Aid
72 Flathead One More Time
73 Never Make Your Move Too Soon
74 Christmas Time This Year
75 Across The Borderline
76 Face To Face That I Shall Meet Him
77 France Chance
78 Theme From Alamo Bay
79 The Dream
80 Which Came First
81 The 90 and the 9
82 5000 Country Music Songs
83 Why Don't You Try Me
84 Baby Joined The Army
85 Happy Meeting In Glory
86 One Meat Ball
87 Always Lift Him Up Kanaka Wai Wai
88 I Can't Win
89 On A Monday
90 Take Your Hands Off It
91 Down in the Boondocks
92 Lord Tell Me Why
93 Viola Lee Blues
94 Davenport Blues
95 Rally 'Round The Flag
96 Women Will Rule The World
97 Available Space
98 Police Dog In Blues
99 Filipino Dance Hall Girl
100 Johnny Porter
101 Quick Sand
102 Speedoo
103 Nobody
104 President Kennedy
105 Feelin Bad Blues
106 Mama, Don't Treat Your Daughter Mean
107 Low Commotion
109 I Got Mine
110 Humpty Dumpty World
111 It's All Over Now
112 Fool For A Cigarette/Feelin' Good
113 If Walls Could Talk
114 Pigmeat
115 John Lee Hooker For President
116 Drive Like I Never Been Hurt
117 I'M A Pilgrim
118 Do Re Mi
119 No Banker Left Behind
120 Stand by Me
121 Crazy 'Bout an Automobile (Every Woman I Know)
122 Billy The Kid
123 Dreamer
124 Waitin For Some Girl
125 No Hard Feelings
126 Hold That Snake
127 Alimony
128 Good Morning Mr. Railroad Man
129 Tamp 'Em Up Solid
130 I Want My Crown
131 Borderline
132 Los Chucos Suaves
133 The Way We Make a Broken Heart
134 Theme From Southern Comfort
135 Dirty Chateau
136 Can I Smoke In Here?
137 634-5789
138 Ax Sweet Mama
139 Boomer's Story
140 Yellow Roses
141 Married Man's A Fool
142 Goin' To Brownsville
143 El Corrido De Jesse James
144 Steel Guitar Heaven
145 Gypsy Woman
146 Chinito Chinito
147 Ditty Wah Ditty
148 Shine
149 Dark End Of The Street
150 I Need A Woman
151 Teardrops Will Fall
152 Mutt Romney Blues

Ry Cooder Bio

Ryland Peter "Ry" Cooder (born March 15, 1947) is an American musician. He is known for his slide guitar work, his interest in roots music from the United States, and, more recently, his collaborations with traditional musicians from many countries.

Ry Cooder grew up in Santa Monica, California, and attended Santa Monica High School.

His solo work has been eclectic, encompassing folk, blues, Tex-Mex, soul, gospel, rock, and much else. He has collaborated with many musicians, notably including Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Van Morrison, Neil Young, Randy Newman, and The Doobie Brothers. He briefly formed a band named Little Village.