Them Lyrics

Genre: Blues

Them Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Gloria
2 I Got a Woman
3 Down the Road to Misery
4 I Like It Like That
5 You Just Can't Win
6 Money
7 Out Of Sight
8 Ghost in the Graveyard
9 Here Comes the Night
10 I'm Gonna Dress In Black (Alternate Mix)
11 Dope
12 It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
13 The Quiet Room
14 I'm Gonna Dress In Black
15 The Call Out
16 Hello Josephine
17 Dead of Night
18 Stormy Monday
19 Bad Or Good
20 The Call Out (Them Remix Feat. Prince Airick)
21 Don’t You Know
22 FestEvil
23 Mystic Eyes
24 Turn On Your Love Light
25 The Call Out (Pariah Carey’s Codeine Carnival Remix)
26 Friday’s Child
27 The Crimson Corpse
28 It's All over Now, Baby Blue
29 (It Won't Hurt) Half As Much
30 Don’t Start Crying Now
31 The Story of Them Part 1
32 Blood from Blood
33 My Lonely Sad Eyes
34 Philosophy
35 Baby Please Don’t Go
36 The Story of Them Part 2
37 The Harrowing Road to Hollow
38 Baby Please Don't Go
39 The Story Of Them
40 All For Myself
41 Stormy Monday Blues
42 Salve
43 I Put A Spell On You
44 (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66
45 One More Time
46 Times Getting Tougher Than Tough
47 When the Clock Struck Twelve
48 How Long Baby
49 Bright Lights, Big City
50 You Just Can’t Win
51 (It Won’t Hurt) Half As Much
52 Bring 'Em On In
53 Just A Little Bit
54 Don’t Look Back
55 Glori
56 My Little Baby
57 Hey Girl
58 I’m Gonna Dress In Black
59 Call My Name
60 Little Girl
61 Don't Look Back
62 Could You Would You
63 Mighty Like A Rose
64 I Gave My Love A Diamond
65 One Two Brown Eyes
66 Something You Got
67 Call My Name (album version)
68 Forever Burns
69 Go On Home Baby
70 Richard Cory
71 I Can Only Give You Everything
72 Rebirth
73 If You And I Could Be As Two
74 Baby What You Want Me To Do

Them Bio

Them were a Northern Irish band formed in Belfast in April 1964, most prominently known for the garage rock standard "Gloria" and launching singer Van Morrison's musical career. The original five member band consisted of Morrison, Alan Henderson, Ronnie Millings, Billy Harrison and Eric Wrixon. The group was marketed in the United States as part of the British Invasion.

Them scored two UK hits in 1965 with "Baby, Please Don't Go" (UK No.10) and "Here Comes the Night" (UK No.2; Ireland No.2). The latter song and "Mystic Eyes"" were Top 40 hits in the US.

Morrison quit the band in 1966 and went on to a successful career as a solo artist. Although Them had a short-lived existence, the Belfast group had considerable influence on other bands, such as The Doors.