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The Dresden Dolls Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Dresden Dolls Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Ballad Of A Teenage Queen
2 The Mouse and The Motel
3 Half Jack
4 Sorry Bunch
5 Last Day of Our Acquaintance
6 New Year's Day
7 Glass Slipper [Live St. Louis]
8 672
9 Coin-Operated Boy (live)
10 I Would for You
11 My Alcoholic Friends
12 Runs In The Family
13 Gravity
14 Baby One More Time (live)
15 Hallelujah
16 Necessary Evil
17 Glass Slipper (Live In St. Louis) [Bonus Track]
18 The Perfect Fit
19 Shores of California
20 Dirty Business
21 Me & The Minibar
22 Missed Me
23 Slide
24 First Orgasm
25 Sing
26 A Night at the Roses
27 Coin-Operated Boy
28 Colorblind
29 Such Great Heights
30 Perfect Fit
31 The Mouse and the Model
32 The Time Has Come
33 Backstabber
34 Modern Moonlight
35 Lonesome Organist Rapes Page Turner
36 The Kill
37 Mrs. O
38 Girl Anachronism
39 Night at the Roses
40 Two-Headed Boy
41 The Sheep Song
42 Coin Operated Boy (live, 2005-07-02: Roskilde Festival, Festivalpladsen, Roskilde, Denmark)
43 Christopher Lydon
44 Sex Changes
45 Life on Mars
46 Sing (album version)
47 Girl Anachronism (live, 2005-07-02: Roskilde Festival, Festivalpladsen, Roskilde, Denmark)
48 Glass Slipper
49 Blueprint
50 Dear Jenny
51 Backstabber (album version)
52 Thirty Whacks
53 Amsterdam (feat. Frantz Nicolas)
54 Kaledrina
55 Bad Habit (live)
56 Bank of Boston Beauty Queen
57 War Pigs
58 Mandy Goes to Med School
59 Karma Police
60 Will
61 Ultima Esperanza
62 Amsterdam
63 The Jeep Song
64 Truce
65 Boston
66 No One Knows
67 Night Reconnaissance
68 Coin Operarted Boy
69 Stand by Your Man
70 Bad Habit
71 Pretty in Pink
72 The Gardener
73 Good Day
74 Pierre
75 Delilah
76 The Astronaut

The Dresden Dolls Albums

The Dresden Dolls Bio

The Dresden Dolls are an American musical duo from Boston, Massachusetts. Formed in 2000, the group consists of Amanda Palmer (lead vocals, piano, harmonica, ukulele) and Brian Viglione (drums, percussion, guitar, bass guitar, vocals). The two describe their style as "Brechtian punk cabaret", a phrase invented by Palmer because she was "terrified" that the press would invent a name that "would involve the word gothic". The Dresden Dolls are part of an underground dark cabaret movement that started gaining momentum in the early 2000s.

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