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Warrant Lyrics

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Warrant Lyrics - by Popularity

1 D.R.F.S.R.
2 Sex Ain't Love
3 Let It Rain
4 Big Talk
5 Cherry Pie
6 Sometimes She Cries
7 Room With A View
8 Innocence Gone
9 Thin Disguise
10 The Bitter Pill
11 Blind Faith
12 I Saw Red
13 Ultraphobic
14 Undertow
15 In the Sticks
16 Letter To A Friend
17 You're The Only Hell You're Mama Ever Raised
18 Chameleon
19 I Saw Red (Acoustic Version)
20 Sanke
21 Hollywood
22 Train, Train
23 High
24 Down Boys
25 Ride #2
26 Heaven
27 32 Pennies
28 Feels Good
29 Interlude # 1
30 Indian Giver
31 Machine Gun
32 Ridin' High
33 Found Forever
34 Interlude # 2
35 In The End (There's Nothing)
36 Sub Human
37 Candy Man
38 Lincolns, Mercurys and Fords
39 Song And Dance Man
40 Sad Theresa
41 Sure Feels Good To Me
42 Sunshine
43 Quicksand
44 So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against the Law)
45 Tears In The City
46 Solid
47 Nobody Else
48 Hole In My Wall
49 The Last Straw
50 Vertigo
51 Surrender
52 Bed Of Roses
53 Inside Out
54 Mr. Rainmaker
55 Ode to Tipper Gore (Live)
56 Andy Warhol Was Right
57 Family Picnic
58 Hair Of The Dog
59 You're The Only Hell Your Mama Ever Raised
60 "Hollywood (So Far, So Good)"
61 Followed
62 32 Pennies In A Ragu Jar
63 All My Bridges Are Burning
64 Come And Get It
65 Dust's Revenge
66 Chery Pie
67 All 4 U
68 Live Inside You
69 Cold Sweat
70 Home
71 We Will Rock You
72 A.Y.M.
73 Bonfire
74 What Love Can Do
75 Southern Comfort
76 Where The Down Boys Go
77 Coffee House
78 Stronger Now
79 April 2031
80 Life's A Song
81 Crawlspace
82 Falling Down
83 Sum of One
84 Show Must Go On
85 Bad Tattoo
86 Love In Stereo
87 Uncle Tom's Cabin
88 Cocaine Freight Train

Warrant Bio

Warrant is an American hard rock band from Hollywood, California, that experienced success from 1989–1996 with five albums reaching international sales of over 10 million. The band first came into the national spotlight with their Double Platinum debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, and one of its singles, "Heaven," reached No. 1 in Rolling Stone and No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The band continued its success in the early 1990s with the Double Platinum album Cherry Pie which provided the hit album titled song and music video.

Following the critically acclaimed Gold album Dog Eat Dog the band started to experience frequent changes to the line-up and despite the drop in popularity with the arrival of grunge, they released Ultraphobic in 1995 and a successful best of album in 1996. The band also changed their musical direction with the release of the grunge influenced Belly to Belly in 96, but returned to their roots very quickly by the end of the decade.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warrant_(American_band)