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Suede Lyrics

Genre: Pop

Suede Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Europe Is Our Playground
2 The Wild Ones
3 Brass In Pocket
4 The Chemistry Between Us
5 Pantomime Horse
6 Daddy's Speeding
7 Modern Boys
8 Hi-Fi
9 He's Dead
10 Stay Together
11 Starcrazy
12 Black Or Blue
13 The Living Dead
14 Bentswood Boys
15 Heroine
16 Elephant Man
17 Duchess
18 Sleeping PIlls
19 Next Time
20 Introducing The Band
21 Everything Will Flow
22 So Young
23 Lost In TV
24 Head Music
25 Every Monday Morning Comes
26 The Drowners
27 Lonely Girls
28 New Generation
29 He's Gone
30 Graffiti Women
31 Beautiful Ones
32 Killer
33 Still Life
34 Have You Ever Been This Low?
35 Killing Of A Freshboy
36 Jubilee
37 The 2 Of Us
38 Indian Strings
39 Obsessions
40 Instant Sunshine
41 The Asphalt World
42 Savoir Faire
43 High Rising
44 Positivity
45 Digging A Hole
46 She's In Fashion
47 Jumble Sale Mums
48 Young Men
49 Superstar
50 Colours
51 Art
52 Killing Of A Flash Boy
53 Streetlife
54 Be My God
55 Money
56 Animal Lover
57 Simon
58 She
59 Animal Nitrate
60 See That Girl
61 Asbestos
62 Dolly
63 My Insatiable One
64 Breakdown
65 Sam
66 Can't Get Enough
67 Shipbuilding
68 Sadie
69 Metal Mickey
70 Read My Mind
71 Crack In The Union Jack
72 The Big Time
73 Moving
74 Popstar
75 Down
76 Another No One
77 Oxygen
78 Electricity
79 These Are The Sad Songs
80 She's Not Dead
81 Oceans
82 Tupelo
83 The Sound Of The Streets
84 Falling Planes
85 Cool Thing
86 Astrogirl
87 Leaving
88 Untitled... Morning
89 This Time
90 What Violet Says
91 UFO
92 Dream a Little Dream
93 Bored
94 Let Go
95 When the Rain Falls
96 Together
97 Darkest Days
98 Scotch And Soda
99 Rainy Day Girl
100 Pantomine Horse
101 It Starts and Ends with You
102 Barriers
103 To the Birds
104 Human Tide
105 The Next Life
106 Hard Candy
107 Waterloo
108 Sabotage
109 Snowblind
110 Where the Pigs Don't Fly
111 Obsessions (2KHz Demo)
112 By The Sea
113 ABC Song
114 God's Gift
115 8 Track Mind
116 For the Strangers
117 Whipsnade
118 Positivity (Hoffer Version)
119 Filmstar
120 Love the Way You Love
121 Oceans (Hidden Track)
122 Let ‘Em Play
123 Hit Me
124 W.S.D.
125 Buckley (Simon) (demo)
126 Lazy
127 Golden Gun
128 The Power
129 From A Distance
130 Nobody To Talk To
131 Sometimes I Feel I'll Float Away
132 Bony (Untitled) (Stanbridge Demo)
133 Picnic By The Motorway
134 Golden Gun (Z One Demo)
135 Weight Of The World
136 Do Right
137 What Are You Not Telling Me?
138 Beautiful Loser (Parkgate Demo)
139 Saturday Night
140 You Belong to Me / Oceans
141 Attitude
142 This Hollywood Life
143 Home To Myself
144 Take Me By Storm
145 Always
146 Lost in TV (Parkgate Demo)
147 Love the Way You Love (Brett's original 4 track demo)
148 ... Morning
149 We Are The Pigs
150 Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)
151 Living The Dream
152 My Dark Star
153 Faultlines
154 Lonely Girls (Parkgate Demo)
155 Refugees
156 Situations
157 My Foolish Heart
158 Longing
159 Dawn Chorus
160 Cheap (Demo)
161 Beautiful Loser
162 Pieces Of My Mind
163 It’s For Real
164 Howl
165 When the Rain Falls (Stanbridge Demo)
166 Trash
167 One Hit To The Body
168 Implement Yeah
169 Whipshade
170 Close To Me
171 Nothing Can Stop Us
172 Cheap
173 Street Life
174 Asda Town
175 Wonderful, Sometimes
176 Luannabelle
177 No Holding Back
178 One Love
179 You Belong To Me
180 Since You Went Away
181 Kurt’s Song (Downtown)
182 Hit Me (Radio Edit)
183 Campfire Song
184 Untitled
185 This World Needs A Father

Suede Bio

Suede are an English alternative rock band from London, formed in 1989. The group's most prominent early line-up featured singer Brett Anderson, guitarist Bernard Butler, bass player Mat Osman and drummer Simon Gilbert. By 1992, Suede were hailed as "The Best New Band in Britain", and attracted much attention from the British music press. The following year their glam rock-inspired debut album, Suede, went to the top of the charts, became the fastest-selling debut album in almost ten years and won the Mercury Music Prize, helping kick-start the Britpop movement. However, the band's lush follow-up, Dog Man Star (1994), saw Suede distance themselves from their Britpop peers. Although it is often regarded as the band's masterpiece, the recording sessions for Dog Man Star were fraught with difficulty, and ended with Butler departing the band after heated arguments with Anderson.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suede_(band)