Snow Patrol Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Snow Patrol Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Chasing Cars
2 Grazed Knees
3 Shut Your Eyes
4 Set The Fire To The Third Bar
5 You Are My Joy
6 We Can Run Away Now They're All Dead and Gone
7 Run
8 Crack The Shutters
9 Give Me Strength
10 Just Say Yes
11 The Planets Bend Between Us
12 Snow Patrol
13 You're All I Have
14 The Finish Line
15 Make This Go On Forever
16 Open Your Eyes
17 It's Beginning To Get To Me
18 You Could Be Happy
19 Chasing Cars (Live At The Union Chapel)
20 Spitting Games
21 Hands Open
22 An Olive Grove Facing The Sea
23 Headlights On Dark Roads
24 It's All Gone Quiet
25 Chocolate
26 On, Off
27 If There's A Rocket Tie Me To It
28 Never Gonna Fall In Love Again
29 Set Down Your Glass
30 How to Be Dead
31 Cartwheels
32 Ask Me How I Am
33 The Lightning Strike
34 Half The Fun
35 Ways & Means
36 Take Back The City
37 If There's A Rocket, Tie It To Me
38 Observatory Crest
39 Chased By... I Don't Know What
40 Gleaming Auction
41 Sweet Little Mystery
42 Fifteen Minutes Old
43 Crack The Shutters Open
44 One Hundred Things You Should Have Done In Bed
45 Lifeboats
46 Ordinary Joe
47 Same
48 Somewhere a Clock Is Ticking
49 The Golden Floor
50 Please Just Take These Photos From My Hands
51 Last Train
52 Crazy In Love
53 Batten Down The Hatch
54 When It's All Over We Still Have To Clear Up
55 The Last Shot Ringing In My Ears
56 Engines
57 Eanie Meany
58 Disaster Button
59 Half Asleep
60 Daybreak
61 Making Enemies
62 Run (Live At The Union Chapel)
63 Make Love To Me Forever
64 Tiny Little Fractures
65 Wow
66 One Night Is Not Enough
67 Signal Fire
68 Midnight
69 This Isn't Everything You Are
70 Dark Roman Wine
71 Black And Blue
72 My Last Girlfriend
73 Dark Lady
74 The Garden Rules
75 The Happy Detective (Part 2)
76 If I'd Found The Right Words To Say
77 Warmer Climate
78 I Walk The Earth
79 Fallen Empires
80 Last Ever Lone Gunman
81 What If This Storm Ends?
82 Canal Song
83 Berlin
84 T.M.T.
85 Starfighter Pilot
86 Isolation
87 Life-ning
88 Post Punk Progression
89 Downhill From Here
90 Mahogany
91 New York
92 Black & Blue
93 Days Without Paracetamol
94 JJ
95 Make Up
96 In The End
97 Steal
98 Sticky Teenage Twin
99 Holy Cow
100 Fancy
101 Those Distant Bells
102 In My Arms
103 In Command Of Cars
104 When I Get Home For Christmas
105 That's Us/Wild Combination
106 The Symphony
107 Limited Edition
108 NYC
109 Called Out In The Dark (EP)
110 The President
111 Velocity Girl
112 Sunlight Through The Flags
113 Brave
114 Fallen Empires (EP)
115 Broken Bottles Form A Star (Prelude)
116 Little Hide
117 Whatever's Left
118 My Brothers
119 Family Tree
120 New York (Single)
121 On/Off
122 Absolute Gravity
123 I Could Stay Away Forever
124 I'm Ready
125 Hold On
126 Talk To The Trees
127 Get Balsamic Vinegar...Quick You Fool
128 Workwear Shop
129 I'll Never Let Go
130 Download
131 Monkey Mobe
132 Raze The City
133 Called Out In The Dark
134 New Sensation
135 Firelight
136 The Weight Of Love
137 Next Train

Snow Patrol Bio

Snow Patrol are a Northern Irish and Scottish alternative rock band which formed in Dundee, Scotland. They are based in Belfast and are signed to Polydor Records. Originally formed as an indie rock band, Snow Patrol have sought a more alternative rock and powerpop sound in recent years on the heels of mainstream success with the songs "Run", "Chasing Cars" and "Signal Fire" from the Spider-Man 3 soundtrack.

The band's first three records, including their first EP—Starfighter Pilot, Songs for Polarbears and When It's All Over We Still Have to Clear Up—were commercially unsuccessful and were released by independent labels Electric Honey (for their first EP) and Jeepster (for their first two albums). When the band moved to a major record label Polydor Records they released their 2003 album Final Straw which crossed 4x platinum sales in the UK. The band achieved worldwide success due to 2006's Eyes Open, which sold 4.7 million copies worldwide. Snow Patrol have been nominated for three BRIT Awards and have won five Meteors. Worldwide, the band have sold over 7 million albums

Originally formed in late 1994 as "Shrug" by students Gary Lightbody and Mark McClelland at the University of Dundee in Dundee, Scotland, the band started by performing gigs at the university and surrounding pubs before changing their name to Polar Bear (or Polarbear) in late 1995. In the early days, the band used to pretend to be members of the Scottish band Belle & Sebastian in order to gain free entry to the Student Union club at the Glasgow School of Art.

A post, dated May 23, 2008 on the band's official website stated that recording for the next album had been under way for a week; they began on May 19, 2008. The new album, entitled A Hundred Million Suns, was released on October 24, 2008 in the Republic of Ireland and October 28 in the UK and US. The first single entitled "Take Back the City" was released in the Republic of Ireland on October 10, 2008. Filming for the music video to "Take Back the City" took place on the week of August 11, 2008 in Central London. The music video was directed by Alex Courtes.