The Go-Betweens Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Go-Betweens Lyrics - by Popularity

1 One Thing Can Hold Us
2 Spring Rain
3 Cut It Out
4 Finding You
5 Make Her Day
6 People Know
7 The Ghost And The Black Hat
8 The House That Jack Kerouac Built
9 People Say
10 Streets Of Your Town
11 Clouds
12 Midnight To Neon
13 To Reach Me
14 Bye Bye Pride
15 The Mountains Near Dellray
16 Was There Anything I Could Do?
17 Careless
18 Bachelor Kisses
19 Spirit Of A Vampyre
20 No Reason To Cry
21 I'm All Right
22 All About Strength
23 Five Words
24 The Clarke Sisters
25 Lavender
26 Love Goes On!
27 Ride
28 The Old Way Out
29 Twin Layers Of Lightning
30 Unfinished Business
31 Orpheus Beach
32 Cattle And Cane
33 You've Never Lived
34 Hope Then Strife
35 Surfing Magazines
36 Going Blind
37 By Chance
38 Part Company
39 Right Here
40 Mrs Morgan
41 Born To A Family
42 When She Sang About Angels
43 As Long As That
44 In The Core Of The Flame
45 The Wrong Road
46 In Her Diary
47 Magic In Here
48 Quiet Heart
49 On My Block
50 Head Full Of Steam
51 Unkind And Unwise
52 Too Much Of One Thing
53 Caroline And I
54 Love Is A Sign
55 That Way
56 Bow Down
57 Before Hollywood
58 Boundary Rider
59 German Farmhouse
60 The Devil's Eye
61 Slow Slow Music
62 Palm Sunday (On Board The SS Within)
63 Dive For Your Memory
64 Here Comes A City
65 The Statue
66 Hold Your Horses
67 Draining The Pool For You
68 Apology Accepted
69 You Can't Say No Forever
70 Darlinghurst Nights
71 This Night's For You
72 It Could Be Anyone
73 River Of Money
74 You Tell Me
75 Crooked Lines
76 He Lives My Life
77 Something For Myself
78 A Bad Debt Follows You
79 Dusty In Here
80 Someone Else's Wife
81 The Clock
82 Spirit
83 Heart And Home
84 Two Steps Step Out
85 Ask
86 I Just Get Caught Out
87 Poison In The Walls
88 Old Mexico

The Go-Betweens Bio

Indie rock band formed in Brisbane, Australia in 1977 by singer-songwriters and guitarists, Robert Forster and Grant McLennan. They were later joined by Lindy Morrison on drums, Robert Vickers on bass guitar and Amanda Brown on violin, oboe, guitar, and backing vocals, before disbanding in late 1989. Forster and McLennan reformed the band in 2000 with a new line-up, McLennan died on 6 May 2006 of a heart attack and The Go-Betweens disbanded again.

In 1988, "Streets of Your Town", the first single from 16 Lovers Lane, became the band's biggest chart hit in both Australia and the United Kingdom (UK). The follow-up single "Was There Anything I Could Do?" was a No. 16 hit on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart in the United States. In May 2001 "Cattle and Cane", from 1983's Before Hollywood was selected by Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) as one of the Top 30 Australian songs of all time. In 2008, 16 Lovers Lane was highlighted on Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) TV's The Great Australian Albums series as a classic example of 1980s rock music.