Stevie Ray Vaughan Lyrics

Genre: Blues

Stevie Ray Vaughan Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Come On (Part III)
2 Life Without You
3 Love Struck Baby
4 Change It
5 I'm Cryin'
6 Scratch N Sniff
7 Let Me Love You Baby
8 Superstition
9 Tick Tock
10 Ain't Gone ' N' Give Up On Love
11 Tin Pan Alley
12 Boot Hill
13 Pride and Joy
14 I'm Leaving You (Commit A Crime)
15 Leave My Girl Alone
16 Life By The Drop
17 Tell Me
18 Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
19 Wall of Denial
20 Empty Arms
21 Good Texan
22 Mary Had A Little Lamb
23 You'll Be Mine
24 Rude Mood
25 Mary Had a Little Lamb (Live)
26 Dirty Pool (orig. version)
27 Close To You
28 Shake For Me
29 Say What!
30 Dirty Pool (Live)
31 C.O.D.
32 So Excited
33 Couldn't Stand The Weather (Live)
34 Travis Walk
35 Leave My Little Girl Alone
36 Let Me Love You Baby (Live)
37 Cold Shot
38 Letter To My Girlfriend
39 Taxman
40 Pride And Joy [Live]
41 Hideaway
42 Couldn't Stand the Weather
43 Telephone Song
44 Life Without You (Live)
45 I’m Cryin’
46 Crossfire
47 Ain't Gone N' Give Up On Love (Live)
48 I’m Leaving You
49 Dirty Pool
50 Live Another Day
51 Texas Flood
52 You're Gonna Miss Me Baby
53 Little Wing
54 Long Way From Home
55 The House Is Rockin'
56 You're Gonna Miss Me Baby - Previously Unreleased
57 Driving South
58 Look at Little Sister
59 The Sky Is Crying
60 Tin Pan Alley (A.K.A. Roughest Place in Town)
61 Happy New Year Blues
62 Crosscut Saw
63 Lookin' Out The Window
64 The Things (That) I Used to Do
65 Love Struck Baby (Live)
66 Oreo Cookie Blues (With Lonnie Mack)
67 Love Me Darlin'
68 They Call Me Guitar Hurricane
69 Give Me Back My Wig
70 Tightrope
71 Ain't Gone 'n' Give Up On Your Love (Live)
72 Hard To Be
73 Say What! (Live)
74 All Your Love I Miss Loving
75 Honey Bee
76 May I Have a Talk With You
77 Willie the Wimp
78 Riviera Paradise
79 Hug You Squeeze You

Stevie Ray Vaughan Bio

Stephen Ray "Stevie Ray" Vaughan (October 3, 1954 – August 27, 1990) was an American electric blues guitarist and singer. He was the younger brother of Jimmie Vaughan and frontman for Double Trouble, a band that included bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton. Born in Dallas, Vaughan moved to Austin at the age of 17 and began his music career. Later, producer John H. Hammond arranged a deal with Epic Records in 1983.

Alcohol and drug abuse severely affected his health before he became sober in late 1986. After three years without a new album, he returned to the studio, releasing In Step. The album produced the single "Crossfire" in July 1989, which became a number one hit on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. On August 26, 1990, Vaughan performed at Alpine Valley Music Theatre as part of his In Step Tour in a triple bill along with Eric Clapton and Robert Cray before an audience of approximately 25,000. Leaving the concert that evening, his helicopter crashed into a nearby ski slope. He was pronounced dead hours later.