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The Moody Blues Lyrics

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The Moody Blues Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock 'n Roll Band)
2 Here Comes the Weekend
3 Remember Me (My Friend)
4 Tuesday Afternoon
5 Love Is on the Run
6 I Am
7 Deep
8 Under My Feet
9 The Dream - Poem
10 I Know You're Out There Somewhere
11 Nice to Be Here
12 English Sunset
13 December Snow
14 Question
15 Blue World
16 Tuesday Afternoon (forever Afternoon)
17 Your Wildest Dreams
18 Running Out of Love
19 Hole In The World
20 It's Cold Outside of Your Heart
21 Running Water
22 Out and In
23 Candle of Life
24 In The Quiet Of Christmas Morning (Bach 147)
25 Never Comes the Day
26 Driftwood
27 New Horizons
28 Lean On Me (Tonight)
29 No More Lies
30 I'll Be Level With You
31 Steppin' In a Slide Zone
32 Haunted
33 I Know Your Out There Somewhere
34 Tortoise and the Hare
35 The Other Side of Life (Full Version)
36 Sorry
37 Isn't Life Strange (Full Version)
38 For My Lady
39 In the Beginning
40 And the Tide Rushes In
41 Talking Out of Turn
42 Gemini Dream
43 Is This Heaven?
44 Melancholy Man
45 Highway
46 Eyes of a Child, Pt. 1
47 Are You Sitting
48 Dear Diary
49 Love Don't Come Easy
50 Go Now
51 Go Now!
52 A Winter's Tale
53 Are You Sitting Comfortably
54 Rock 'n Roll over You
55 In My World
56 Had to Fall In Love
57 When You're a Free Man
58 House Of Four Doors (Part 2)
59 Forever Now
60 Eyes Of A Child
61 Yes I Believe
62 The Dream
63 Eyes of a Child, Pt. 2
64 Bless the Wings (That Bring You Back) [Orchestral Mix]
65 My Song
66 Never Blame the Rainbows for the Rain
67 You and Me
68 The One
69 I'm Just A Singer (in A Rock And Roll Band)
70 When a Child Is Born
71 Have You Heard
72 House of Four Doors, Pt. 2
73 The Spirit
74 Foolish Love
75 Eternity Road
76 Hope and Pray
77 Talkin' Talkin'
78 Say It With Love [Live]
79 Isn't Life Strange
80 In the Bleak Midwinter
81 Legend Of A Mind
82 The Spirit of Christmas
83 Slings and Arrows
84 Happy Christmas (War Is Over)
85 How Is It (We Are Here)
86 Bless the Wings (That Bring You Back)
87 Meanwhile
88 New Horizons [Live]
89 Nights in White Satin
90 Ride My See-Saw
91 Eyes Of A Child II
92 It May Be a Fire
93 Blue Guitar
94 The Balance
95 I Dreamed Last Night
96 Painted Smile
97 The Quiet of Christmas Morning (Bach 147)
98 Dr. Livingstone, I Presume?
99 Nervous
100 The Other Side of Life
101 Watching and Waiting
102 One More Time to Live
103 River of Endless Love
104 Miracle
105 The Voice
106 Departure
107 Meet Me Halfway
108 Say It with Love
109 Emily's Song
110 The Land Of Make-Believe
111 Dr. Livingston, I Presume
112 White Christmas
113 Vintage Wine
114 Words You Say
115 The Voice (Full Version)
116 Sitting At the Wheel
117 Once Is Enough
118 After You Came
119 Eyes of a Child I (Full Version)
120 Voice
121 The Night: Nights In White Satin
122 I Just Don't Care
123 All That Is Real Is You
124 Don't You Feel Small
125 Going Nowhere
126 When You Wake Up
127 22,000 Days
128 To Share Our Love
129 Higher and Higher
130 I Don't Want To Go On Without You (Come Back)
131 In Your Wildest Dreams
132 Gypsy
133 This Morning
134 Saved By the Music
135 The Word
136 Lazy Day
137 Floating
138 Everyday
139 Talking Out of Turn (Full Version)
140 Don't Need A Reindeer
141 The Sunset
142 My Brother
143 Under My Feat
144 Want to Be With You
145 Breaking Point
146 Send Me No Wine
147 Sooner or Later (Walkin' on Air)
148 Lost in a Lost World
149 Shadows On the Wall
150 House of Four Doors
151 Forever Autumn
152 The Day We Meet Again
153 Procession
154 Survival
155 Wherever You Are
156 Visions of Paradise
157 Magic
158 Say What You Mean (Parts I & II)
159 Minstrel's Song
160 Strange Times
161 Veteran Cosmic Rocker
162 Our Guessing Game
163 One Step into the Light

The Moody Blues Bio

The Moody Blues are an English rock band. Among their innovations was a fusion with classical music, as heard in their 1967 album Days of Future Passed. The Moody Blues have sold more than 70 million albums worldwide and have been awarded 14 platinum and gold discs. As of 2014 they remain active with one member from the original band from 1964 and two more from the 1967 lineup. The Moody Blues formed on 4 May 1964, in Erdington, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Ray Thomas, John Lodge and Michael Pinder had been members of El Riot & the Rebels. They disbanded when Lodge, the youngest member, went to technical college and Michael Pinder joined the army. Michael Pinder then rejoined Thomas to form the Krew Cats.

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