Van Halen Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Van Halen Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Van Halen / Unchained
2 I'm the One
3 And the Cradle Will Rock...
4 I'll Wait
5 Summer Nights
6 Runnin' with the Devil
7 Panama
8 Dirty Movies
9 Could This Be Magic?
10 Hot for Teacher
11 Woman In Love
12 Ice Cream Man
13 Cabo Wabo
14 You Really Got Me
15 Sunday Afternoon In The Park
16 Drop Dead Legs
17 Amsterdam
18 Little Guitars
19 Secrets
20 Top Jimmy
21 Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
22 Women In Love
23 Beautiful Girls
24 Push Come To Shove
25 Ain't Talking 'Bout Love
26 Why Can't This Be Love
27 Everybody Wants Some!!
28 Crossing Over
29 Without You
30 Loss Of Control
31 Romeo Delight
32 Eruption
33 Take Your Whiskey Home
34 Runaround
35 Black and Blue
36 Little Dreamer
37 One Foot Out The Door
38 Top of the World
39 Finish What Ya Started
40 Sucker in a 3 Piece
41 Josephina
42 Feels So Good (Single Version)
43 Pleasure Dome / Drum Solo
44 Neworld
45 Love Walks In
46 Give to Live
47 Bottoms Up!
48 Unchained
49 Happy Trails
50 Where Have All The Good Times
51 Can't Get This Stuff No More
52 Aftershock
53 Fools
54 In 'n' Out
55 Jamie's Crying
56 Light Up the Sky
57 In a Simple Rhyme
58 Learning to See
59 Judgement Day
60 Humans Being
61 Year to the Day
62 Somebody Get Me a Doctor
63 Jump
64 Feel Your Love Tonight
65 Can't Stop Lovin' You
66 Mean Street
67 Right Now
68 All Apolitical Blues
69 Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)
70 Dancing in the Street
71 One Way to Rock
72 "5150"
73 Edlewise
74 Panama (Live)
75 Best of Both Worlds
76 Jamie's Cryin'
77 Fire in the Hole
78 On Fire
79 Take Me Back (Deja Vu)
80 Tattoo (Single)
81 Push Comes to Shove
82 Tora! Tora!
83 Won't Get Fooled Again
84 Source of Infection
85 How Many Say I
86 Good Enough
87 The Seventh Seal
88 Ultra Bass
89 Sinner's Swing
90 Poundcake
91 Inside
92 Cathedral
93 Growth
94 So This Is Love?
95 Sinner's Swing!
96 Dancing In The Streets
97 Top Off The World
98 Tattoo
99 1984
100 Once
101 Hang 'Em High
102 Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)
103 When It's Love
104 She's The Woman
105 Dance the Night Away
106 One I Want
107 Girl, You Really Got Me Now
108 316
109 You And Your Blues
110 D.O.A.
111 Girl Gone Bad
112 Primary
113 Intruder
114 It's About Time
115 China Town
116 Up for Breakfast
117 Blood & Fire
118 Outta Love Again
119 House of Pain
120 Baluchitherium
121 Little Guitars (intro)
122 Running With The Devil
123 Man on a Mission
124 Jump (Live)
125 Me Wise Magic
126 Bullethead
127 Atomic Punk
128 Big Fat Money
129 Pretty Woman
130 Pleasure Dome
131 So This Love?
132 A Apolitical Blues
133 As Is
134 Spanish Fly
135 Can't Stop Loving You
136 Love Comes Walking In
137 Poundcake!
138 You Really Got Me Now
139 A.F.U. (Naturally Wired)
140 Honeybabysweetiedoll
141 Doin' Time
142 The Full Bug
143 Van Halen - Right Now
144 The Trouble with Never
145 You're No Good
146 Where Have All the Good Times Gone!
147 Ain't Talking About Love
148 Outta Space
149 Ballot or the Bullet
150 Feelin'
151 Hear About It Later
152 Spanked
153 Van Halen - Panama
154 Stay Frosty
155 Dirty Water Dog
156 Not Enough
157 Hey Baby
158 Meanstreet
159 Standing On Top Of The World
160 The Dream Is Over
161 Van Halen - Dreams
162 Feels So Good
163 Big River
164 Dreams
165 Strung Out
166 (Oh) Pretty Woman
167 Can't Get That Stuff No More
168 I'll Wait (Single Edit)
169 Mine All Mine
170 Beats Workin'
171 From Afar
172 Get Up
173 Say It Don't Spray It

Van Halen Bio

Van Halen is an American hard rock band formed in Pasadena, California, in 1972. From 1974 until 1985 the band was composed of virtuoso guitarist Eddie Van Halen, vocalist David Lee Roth, drummer Alex Van Halen and bassist Michael Anthony. This line-up was changed when David Lee Roth was replaced as vocalist by Sammy Hagar. Critics and fans alike consider its 1978 debut album, Van Halen one of the most "original and revolutionary albums to change rock and roll." The band went on to further success, and by the early 1980s they were one of the most successful rock acts of the time. 1984, released in the same year as the name of the album, was their most successful. With the lead single, "Jump", becoming an international hit, and their only single to reach number one on the Hot 100, and the following singles, "Panama" and "I'll Wait", both hitting number 13 on the US charts. The album went on to sell over 12 million copies in the US alone. In 1985, the band replaced current lead singer David Lee Roth with ex-Montrose lead vocalist, Sammy Hagar. Under Sammy Hagar, the group released four US number one albums over the course of 11 years. Hagar left the band in 1996 shortly before the release of the band's first greatest hits collection, Best Of, Volume I. Ex-Extreme frontman Gary Cherone was quickly recruited as lead singer to replace Hagar, and Van Halen III was released in 1998. Cherone left the band in frustration in 1999 after the tour due to the poor commercial performance of the album. Van Halen went on hiatus until 2003 when they reunited with Hagar for a worldwide tour. The reunited band released a second greatest hits collection the following year, The Best of Both Worlds. Like Volume I before it, The Best of Both Worlds included material from both the Roth and Hagar eras but curiously omitted any Cherone era tracks. The album featured three brand new tracks recorded by the reunited band, two of which were released as singles.

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