Theory Of A Deadman Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Theory Of A Deadman Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Make Up Your Mind
2 So Happy
3 Bad Girlfriend
4 Not Meant To Be
5 Invisible Man
6 What You Deserve
7 Hate My Life
8 Since You've Been Gone
9 By The Way
10 Santa Monica
11 All Or Nothing
12 No Surprise
13 Heaven (Little By Little)
14 Little Smirk
15 End Of The Summer
16 By The Way (Acoustic)
17 Leg To Stand On
18 Sacrifice
19 Nothing Could Come Between Us
20 The Last Song
21 Hurricane
22 Lowlife (Acoustic)
23 Blow
24 Got It Made
25 Lowlife
26 Gentleman
27 Savages
28 Last Song
29 Crutch
30 Out Of My Head
31 Above This
32 Misery of Mankind
33 Drag Me To Hell
34 Inside
35 Salt in the Wound
36 Head Above Water
37 Midnight Rider
38 Angel
39 Love Is Hell
40 Hating Hollywood
41 Heavy
42 The Truth Is (I Lied About Everything)
43 Quiver
44 Panic Room
45 What Was I Thinking
46 Hell Just Ain't the Same
47 One
48 Better Off
49 Easy To Love You
50 Save the Best for Last
51 Livin' My Life Like a Country Song See All 3
52 Any Other Way
53 So Happy (Acoustic)
54 Deadly Game
55 We Were Men
56 In the Middle
57 World War Me
58 Confession
59 Shadow
60 Say Goodbye
61 Careless
62 No Chance In Hell
63 In Ruins
64 Great Pretender
65 Hello Lonely
66 Does It Really Matter
67 Lynchburg Lemonade (Southern Days)
68 Sun Has Set On Me
69 Me and My Girl
70 Villain
71 Got Me Wrong (Alice in Chains cover)
72 Habits
73 Wait For Me
74 Hello Lonely (Walk Away From This)
75 Better Or Worse
76 What's Your Name (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
77 The One
78 Bitch Came Back
79 Out Of My Head (Acoustic)
80 Fake
81 Point To Prove
82 Say I'm Sorry
83 No Way Out
84 Gentlemen
85 Easy To Love You (Acoustic)
86 Drown

Theory Of A Deadman Bio

Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian post-grunge rock band from Delta, British Columbia signed to Roadrunner Records. The band also includes traits of other music styles, such as country, metal and more acoustic elements. The band's lead singer, Tyler Connolly, gave Nickelback's Chad Kroeger a demo tape of their music while at an after-show party. So far, they have a total of 4 top 10 hits on the Mainstream Rock Chart, including one #1 hit, "Bad Girlfriend." They have also scored two #1 hits in their native Canada.

Theory of a Deadman released their self-titled album Theory of a Deadman on September 17, 2002. This album released four singles, with two international videos for "Nothing Could Come Between Us" and "Make Up Your Mind." It was these two songs that propelled them into more mainstream music and acknowledgement. After the quiet but fairly substantial recognition from the debut, Tyler Connolly, the band's lead singer, would be called up to work again with Kroeger and Josey Scott, lead singer of the band Saliva to perform the song Hero on the soundtrack of the first Spider-Man movie, of which both a single and video were released. This also brought attention to the band. In 2003, the band won the Juno Award for New Group of the Year.