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Watchmen Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Watchmen Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Heart of Saturday Night by Tom Waits
2 Locomotive Breath by Jethro Tull in the breakdown
3 Anything But That
4 Another Brick in the Wall by Pink Floyd
5 Hope by R.E.M. in Say Something
6 Bring On The Night by the Police
7 Aint No Sunshine by Bill Withers
8 The Bed's Too Big Without You by the Police
9 Baba O'Riley by The Who *
10 Between the Wars by Billy Bradd (Oyster Band)
11 Somebody to Love by Jefferson Airplane
12 Holiday (slow it down)
13 Calm
14 Brighter Hell
15 Kill the Day
16 My Favorite One
17 Miss Gradenko by the Police *
18 Richard Cory by Simon and Garfunkel
19 I'm Still Gone
20 Make You Go Down
21 Stereo
22 Earn Enough For Us by XTC
23 Three Martini Lunch by Graham Parker
24 Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles
25 Beach Music
26 Walking on the Moon by the Police in the intro for
27 Bicycle
28 Soul Stealer
29 Every Little Thing She Does is Magic by the Police
30 You Needed Me by Anne Murray *
31 Lusitana
32 Try It Sometime
33 Any Day Now
34 Phone Call
35 Incarnate
36 Middle East
37 Admiral of the Sea by Husker Du (Grant Hart)
38 Slomotion
39 The South
40 I'm Blind
41 Come Around
42 Soft Parade
43 Vovo Diva
44 All I really Want to Do [Be Friends with You] by B
45 Do It
46 Stereo (remix)
47 Shut Up
48 Wiser
49 American Woman by the Guess Who
50 Lucky As I Am
51 He's Gone
52 Together
53 The Otherside
54 I'm Waiting
55 Tumbleweed
56 Cracked
57 Private Universe by Crowded House
58 On My Way
59 Waste Away
60 Crazy Days
61 Pure and Easy by The Who
62 Rooster
63 What You Did
64 Falling
65 Say Something
66 Zoom
67 Champagne Supernova by Oasis *
68 Silent Radar
69 34 Dead St.
70 Creeps Like Me by Lyle Lovett
71 Tender Comrade by Billy Bragg
72 All Uncovered
73 Mister
74 Down Under by Men at Work in I'm Still Gone
75 Top of the World
76 Boneyard Tree
77 Must To Be Free
78 Absolutely Anytime
79 Born Afire
80 Run & Hide
81 Walking In Your Footsteps by the Police in In My M
82 In My Mind
83 Sleep
84 Eminence Front by the Who
85 I Like It
86 Laugher
87 No Longer Mine
88 Dance Some More

Watchmen Bio

The Watchmen are a Canadian rock band. They were one of the most commercially successful Canadian alternative rock groups of the mid to late 1990s. During their peak years the band had three gold records (McLaren Furnace Room, Silent Radar, and Slomotion) and one platinum record (In The Trees). In addition, they have toured Canada numerous times, were the opening act for The Tragically Hip, and co-headlined a national tour with Big Wreck.

The group was formed in 1988 in Winnipeg, Manitoba by vocalist Daniel Greaves, guitarist Joey Serlin, bassist Pete Loewen and Greaves' first cousin, drummer Sammy Kohn. Serlin was a comic fan and named the group after the 1986-87 DC comic book series Watchmen.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Watchmen_(band)