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The Killers Lyrics

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The Killers Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Mr. Brightside
2 Mr. Brightside <(the real lyrics)
3 smile like u mean it
4 Glamourous Indie Rock n Roll
5 I Can't Stay (Plus Piano Reprise)
6 Somebody Told Me
7 Under The Gun
8 Sam's Town (Piano Version)
9 All These Things I've Done
10 When You Were Young
11 Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
12 Human
13 Belive Me Natalie
14 Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll
15 Mr. Brightsaide
16 Everything Will Be Alright
17 This Is Your Life
18 I Can't Stay
19 Neon Tiger
20 Smile Like You Mean It
21 Spaceman
22 Mr. Brightside (with changes)
23 Enterlude
24 The World We Live In
25 A Crippling Blow
26 Goodnight, Travel Well
27 Midnight Show
28 Losing Touch
29 The Ballad Of Michael Valentine
30 Bones
31 (#6)
32 All These Things That I've Done
33 Andy, You're a Star
34 This River is Wild
35 Where The White Boys Dance
36 Bling (Confession Of A King)
37 My List
38 Change Your Mind
39 Uncle Jonny
40 Believe Me Natalie
41 Andy your a Star
42 Mr. Brightside (J. Lu Cont/Lindbergh Palace Mixes)
43 Sam's Town
44 Tranquilize
45 Romeo and Juliet
46 Mr Bright Side (Zane Low Session)
47 Don't Shoot Me Santa
48 Shadowplay
49 Show You How
50 Bling (Confession Of A King) (Extended)
51 Indie Rock 'n Roll
52 Glamourous Indie Rock & Roll
53 A Great Big Sled
54 All The Pretty Faces
55 Joyride
56 A White Demon Love Song
57 ¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe!
58 Flesh and Bone (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
59 Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
60 Just Another Girl
61 All These Things That I've Don
62 The Cowboys' Christmas Ball
63 Prize Fighter
64 Mr. Brightside (demo)
65 Tidal Wave
66 Happy Birthday Guadalupe
67 Boots
68 Sam's Town (Abbey Road Version)
69 Battle Born
70 Shot At the Night (Single)
71 When You Were Young (Calvin Harris Remix)
72 Joseph, Better You Than Me [feat. Elton John, Neil Tennant]
73 Desperate
74 Runaways
75 Mr. Brightside (from Hot Fuss, 2003)
76 Be Still (from Battle Born, 2012)
77 For Reasons Unknown
78 Not True
79 Miss Atomic Bomb
80 Somebody Told Me (from Hot Fuss, 2003)
81 Sweet Talk
82 Shot at the Night
83 On Top
84 Replaceable
85 Here With Me
86 Smile Like You Mean It (from Hot Fuss, 2003)
87 Christmas In L.A.
88 Spaceman (Extended)
89 Where Is She?
90 Heart of a Girl
91 All These Things That I've Done (from Hot Fuss, 2003)
92 A Dustland Fairytale (Plus Reprise)
93 Smile Like You Mean It [Live]
94 Flesh and Bone
95 When You Were Young (from Sam's Town, 2006)
96 Joseph, Better You Than Me
97 Carry Me Home
98 Read My Mind
99 Read My Mind (from Sam's Town, 2006)
100 Who Let You Go
101 Why Do I Keep Counting?
102 I Cant Stay (Plus Piano Reprise) [Live]
103 From Here On Out
104 Get Trashed
105 For Reasons Unknown (from Sam's Town, 2006)
106 Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine [Live]
107 A Dustland Fairytale (Plus Reprise) [Live]
108 The Way It Was
109 Human (from Day & Age, 2008)
110 Somebody Told Me - Josh Harris Club (bonus track)
111 Losing Touch [Live]
112 The Rising Tide
113 Daddy's Eyes
114 Spaceman (from Day & Age, 2008)
115 Why Don't You Find Out For Yourself
116 Forget About What I Said
117 A Dustland Fairytale (from Day & Age, 2008)
118 Exitude
119 The World We Live In [Live]
120 A Matter of Time
121 Leave The Bourbon On The Shelf
122 Runaways (from Battle Born, 2012)
123 Joy Ride
124 Read My Mind (Like Rebel Diamonds Remix)
125 Deadlines and Commitments
126 Move Away
127 Miss Atomic Bomb (from Battle Born, 2012)
128 Exitlude
129 A Dustland Fairytale
130 Be Still
131 The Way It Was (from Battle Born, 2012)
132 This Is Your Life [Live]

The Killers Bio

The Killers are an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. Formed in 2002, the group consists of Brandon Flowers (vocals, keyboards), Dave Keuning (guitar, vocals), Mark Stoermer (bass guitar, vocals) and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. (percussion, drums).

Part of the post-punk revival movement, The Killers draw influence from music styles of the 1980s and 1990s. The group's debut album, Hot Fuss (2004) brought the band mainstream success. The Killers' second album, Sam's Town, was released in 2006, and the compilation album Sawdust containing B-sides, rarities, and new material, was released in 2007. The band's first two albums have sold in excess of 12 million copies worldwide combined and their third album, Day & Age, produced by Stuart Price is due in late November 2008. In addition to these albums, the band has also released several remixes of album tracks as well as two Christmas singles, "A Great Big Sled" (2006) and "Don’t Shoot Me Santa" (2007) whose sales benefit Bono's Product Red campaign to fight AIDS in Africa.

In 2001, Flowers was abandoned by his first band, a synthpop band known as Blush Response, after he declined to move with the rest of them to Los Angeles, California. He then met David Keuning after responding to an ad that Keuning had placed in The Sun newspaper. Ronnie Vannucci Jr. and Mark Stoermer were approached by Flowers and Keuning with an offer to join "The Killers", a name which comes from the bass drum of a fictional band in the music video for the New Order song "Crystal".

Initially, The Killers played at large clubs in Las Vegas, Nevada. With the band's lineup stable and its repertoire of songs expanding, the band attracted the attention of a British representative for Warner Bros. Though the Warner Bros representative passed on the band, he took the demo back with him, showing it to a friend who worked at UK indie label Lizard King. The Killers signed that summer to the British label.

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