Three Dog Night Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Three Dog Night Lyrics - by Popularity

1 'Til the World Ends
2 One
3 Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues)
4 Black And White
5 Old Fashioned Love Song
6 Mama Told Me (Not to Come)
7 Pieces Of April
8 Shambala
9 Night In the City
10 It Ain't Esay
11 Cowboy
12 Momma Told Me Not To Come
13 Out In the Country
14 I Can't Get Enough Of It
15 Easy to Be Hard
16 Bet No One Ever Hurt This Bad
17 Joy to the World
18 Mama Told Me
19 Try a Little Tenderness
20 Jam
21 My Old Kentucky Home
22 An Old Fashioned Love Song
23 The Show Must Go On
24 Celebrate
25 Liar
26 Lay Me Down Easy
27 It's for You
28 Woman
29 Nobody
30 I'd Be So Happy
31 The Family Of Man
32 Heavy Church
33 Good Feeling
34 My Impersonal Life
35 Chained
36 Liar (single version)
37 The Loner
38 Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer
39 Ridin' Thumb
40 Lady Samantha
41 Going in Circles
42 Never Been to Spain
43 In Bed
44 Feelin' Alright
45 Play Children Play
46 Brickyard Blues (Play Something Sweet) (Live)
47 Pieces of April (Single Version)
48 An Old Fashion Love Song
49 Family of Man (Live)
50 Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues) [Single Version]
51 Ain't That A Lotta Love
52 A Change Is Gonna Come
53 Don't Make Promises
54 In My Heart
55 Feeling Alright
56 Let Me Serenade You
57 Circle For A Landing
58 The Writings On the Wall
59 Heaven Is in Your Mind
60 Sitting In Limbo
61 I Can Hear You Calling
62 Peace Of Mind
63 You
64 Murder In My Heart for the Judge
65 Let Me Go
66 Eli's Coming
67 Chest Fever
68 Freedom for the Stallion
69 Sure As I'm Sittin' Here
70 Find Someone To Love
71 Your Song
72 Tulsa Turnaround
73 Loner
74 One Man Band
75 Sunlight
76 Good Time Living
77 Show Must Go On
78 Mamma Told Me (Not To Come)
79 If You Knew

Three Dog Night Bio

Three Dog Night is an American rock band. They formed in 1968 with a line-up consisting of Danny Hutton, Cory Wells and Chuck Negron. The three lead singers were backed by Jimmy Greenspoon (organ), Joe Schermie (bass), Mike Allsup (guitar) and Floyd Sneed (drums). The band registered 21 Billboard Top 40 hits (with three hitting number one) between 1969 and 1975. It helped introduce mainstream audiences to the work of many songwriters, including Paul Williams, Hoyt Axton, Laura Nyro, Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman, and Leo Sayer. As of 2014, they are still recording and making live appearances.