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Vic Chesnutt Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Vic Chesnutt Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Everything I Say
2 You Are Never Alone
3 Fodder On Her Wings
4 Thailand
5 Warm
6 Splendid
7 Marathon
8 Band Camp
9 Replenished
10 Gravity of the Situation
11 Strange Language
12 When I Ran Off And Left Her
13 Gluefoot
14 Naughty Fatalist
15 Feast In The Time Of Plague
16 Parade
17 Myrtle
18 Independence Day
19 Rips In The Fabric
20 Kick My Ass
21 Hot Seat
22 Bug
23 Glossolalia
24 Society Sue
25 Duty Free
26 Sleeping Man
27 Degenerate
28 Where Were You
29 My New Life
30 Maiden
31 Prick
32 Giant Sands
33 We Hovered With Short Wings
34 Wallace Stevens
35 Dick Cheney
36 Arthur Murray
37 Swelters
38 Danny Carlisle
39 Worst Friend
40 Sad Peter Pan
41 Panic Pure
42 Threads
43 Florida
44 Sewing Machine
45 Sponge
46 Supernatural
47 Chain
48 Onion Soup
49 Stupid Preoccupations
50 Bernadette
51 Concord Country Jubilee
52 Rustic City Fathers
53 Doubting Woman
54 I'm Through
55 Withering
56 Philip Guston
57 Over
58 Drunk
59 Wrong Piano
60 Blanket Over the Head
61 Until the Led
62 Coward
63 Debriefing
64 Free of Hope
65 It Is What It Is
66 Dodge
67 Granny
68 2nd Floor
69 Betty Lonely
70 Flirted With You All My Life
71 Look At Me
72 Chinaberry Tree
73 Rattle
74 Fa-La-La
75 Thumbtack
76 Little Vacation
77 See You Around
78 Soft Picasso
79 When The Bottom Fell Out
80 Mysterious Tunnel
81 Little Man
82 Old Hotel
83 Tarragon
84 Soggy Tongues
85 Dying Young
86 New Town
87 Bakersfield
88 Unpacking My Suitcase
89 Confusion
90 Ladle
91 Isadora Duncan
92 Bourgeois And Biblical
93 Dimples
94 Super Tuesday

Vic Chesnutt Bio

James Victor "Vic" Chesnutt (November 12, 1964 – December 25, 2009) was an American singer-songwriter from Athens, Georgia. His first album, Little, was released in 1990, but his breakthrough to commercial success didn't come until 1996 with the release of Sweet Relief II: Gravity of the Situation, a tribute album of mainstream artists covering his songs.

Chesnutt released seventeen albums during his career, including two produced by Michael Stipe, and a 1996 release on Capitol Records, About to Choke. His musical style has been described by Bryan Carroll of allmusic.com as a "skewed, refracted version of Americana that is haunting, funny, poignant, and occasionally mystical, usually all at once".

Injuries from a 1983 car accident left him partially paralyzed; he used a wheelchair and had limited use of his hands.

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