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The Decemberists Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Decemberists Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Calamity Song
2 This Is Why We Fight
3 Rox In The Box
4 All Arise!
5 Sleepless
6 Rise To Me
7 Dear Avery
8 January Hymn
9 Yankee Bayonet (I Will Be Home Then)
10 June Hymn
11 Don't Carry It All
12 The Engine Driver
13 The Crane Wife 3
14 The Wanting Comes In Waves / Repaid
15 An Interlude
16 The Queen's Approach
17 The Rake's Song
18 Here I Dreamt I was an Architect
19 Angel, Won't You Call Me?
20 The Mariner's Revenge Song
21 From My Own True Love (Lost at Sea)
22 The Soldiering Life
23 Isn't It A Lovely Night?
24 Odalisque
25 Cocoon
26 Down By The Water
27 When The War Came
28 The Wanting Comes In Waves (Reprise)
29 O Valencia!
30 The Chimbley Sweep
31 The Wanting Comes In Waves
32 Summersong
33 The Queen's Rebuke
34 The Crane Wife 1 and 2
35 We Both Go Down Together
36 Down By The Water (Single)
37 The Island-Come & See/The Landlord's Daughter/You'll Not Feel The Drowning
38 Prelude
39 The Bachelor and the Bride
40 Los Angeles, I'm Yours
41 Lake Song
42 Of Angels and Angles
43 As I Rise
44 Foregone
45 Leslie Anne Levine
46 The Perfect Crime #2
47 Till the Water’s All Long Gone
48 The Soldering Life
49 Burying Davy
50 A Cautionary Song
51 The Wrong Year
52 Red Right Ankle
53 Eli, the Barrowboy
54 I 4 U & U 4 Me
55 The Gymnast, High Above the Ground
56 The Bagman's Gambit
57 Carolina Low
58 The Sporting Life
59 The Abduction Of Margaret
60 Sons & Daughters
61 The Wanting Comes In Waves/Repaid
62 Row Jimmy
63 Better Not Wake the Baby
64 Everything I Try to Do, Nothing Seems to Turn Out Right
65 Annan Water
66 The Hazards Of Love 3 (Revenge!)
67 Sonnet
68 Shankhill Butchers
69 Anti-Summersong
70 July, July!
71 Margaret In Captivity
72 The Queen's Rebuke / The Crossing
73 Why Would I Now?
74 Billy Liar
75 Easy Come, Easy Go
76 Record Year
77 Riverswim
78 Bandit Queen
79 Mistral
80 Raincoat Song
81 The Hazards Of Love 4 (The Drowned)
82 Fits & Starts
83 Sunshine
84 12/17/12
85 Apology Song
86 I'm Sticking With You
87 The Harrowed and the Haunted
88 16 Military Wives
89 A Beginning Song
90 The Landlords Daughter
91 Won't Want For Love
92 Constantinople
93 Stateside
94 The Infanta
95 Song for the Myla Goldberg
96 The Kingdom Of Spain
97 Shiny
98 Hurdles Even Here
99 Think About Me
100 After The Bombs
101 Culling Of The Fold
102 Days Of Elaine
103 Grace Cathedral Hill
104 Song For Myla Goldberg
105 Sons and Daughters
106 The Singer Addresses His Audience
107 On the Bus Mall
108 I Don't Mind
109 The Rake's Song
110 O New England
111 Clementine
112 The Perfect Crime #1
113 Cavalry Captain
114 Eli, the Barrow Boy
115 My Mother Was a Chinese Trapeze Artist
116 Please Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas) (Connect Set)
117 Oceanside
118 Shanty for the Arethusa
119 Philomena
120 I Was Meant For The Stage
121 A Bower Scene
122 The Hazards Of Love 1 (The Prettiest Whistles Won't Wrestle The Thistles Undone)
123 Valerie Plame
124 The Legionnaire's Lament
125 Make You Better
126 The Hazards Of Love 2 (Wager All)
127 Won't Want For Love (Margaret In The Taiga)
128 EWatson
129 California One / Youth and Beauty Brigade
130 Come And See

The Decemberists Bio

The Decemberists are an indie folk rock band from Portland, Oregon, United States, fronted by singer/songwriter/guitarist Colin Meloy. The other members of the band are Chris Funk (guitar, multi-instrumentalist), Jenny Conlee (Hammond organ, accordion, melodica, piano, keyboards, harmonica), Nate Query (bass guitar, string bass), and John Moen (drums, backing vocals, melodica, guitar).

The band's debut EP, 5 Songs, was self-released in 2001. Their sixth full-length album, The King Is Dead, was released on 14 January 2011, by Capitol Records. It was the band's third record with the label. In addition to their lyrics, which often focus on historical incidents and/or folklore, The Decemberists are also well known for their eclectic live shows. Audience participation is often a part of each performance, typically during encores. 

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