Weezer Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Weezer Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Love Is The Answer
2 I'd Like To Know
3 Beverly Hills
4 No Other One
5 Possibilities
6 Undone-The Sweater Song
7 Say It Ain't So
8 I Don't Want To Let You Go
9 Glorious Day
10 Smart Girls
11 Can't Stop Partying
12 Put Me Back Together
13 Island In The Sun
14 Brilliant Boy
15 (If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To
16 Tired of Sex
17 Troublemaker
18 Buddy Holly
19 We Are All On Drugs
20 Perfect Situation
21 Surf Wax America
22 Memories
23 Christmas Celebration
24 My Avaline (Sweet Adeline)
25 Run Over By A Truck
26 Shrek Karaoke Dance Party
27 Everybody Get Dangerous
28 My Summer Girl
29 American Gigolo
30 Trainwrecks
31 Knock-down-Drag-Out
32 I Just Threw Out The Love Of My Dreams
33 Across the Sea
34 Jamie
35 Photograph
36 Keep Fishing
37 I'm Not Too Proud
38 Mykel And Carli
39 Falling for You
40 Smile
41 I'm Your Daddy
42 Holiday
43 Pink Triangle
44 My Name Is Jonas
45 We Wish You A Merry Christmas
46 No One Else
47 Crab
48 Should I Stay Or Should I Go (Live At Virgin Mobile FreeFest '09)
49 The First Noel
50 The World Has Turned and Left Me Here
51 Get Me Some
52 Put Me Back Together (Rich Costey Mix)
53 Only in Dreams (Kitchen Tape Demo)
54 Hash Pipe
55 Chess
56 You Gave Your Love To Me Softly
57 Pork & Beans
58 Where's My Sex?
59 The Prettiest Girl In The Whole Wide World
60 Your Sister
61 Thought I Knew
62 O Girlfriend
63 Death and Destruction
64 Pardon Me
65 Cold Dark World
66 O Lisa
67 December
68 A Fortunate Mistake
69 El Scorcho
70 The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations On A Shaker Hymn)
71 Simple Pages
72 Sweetness & Tenderness
73 Dope Nose
74 My Best Friend
75 Run Away
76 Fall Together
77 The Girl Got Hot
78 Keep Fishin'
79 Hashpipe
80 All My Friends Are Insects
81 Mrs. Young
82 The Good Life
83 Listen Up
84 Trippin' Down The Freeway
85 Slave
86 Sweet Adeline (My Evaline)
87 How Long?
88 Say Goodbye Forever
89 Slob
90 Can't Stop Partying (Coconut Teaser Mix)
91 The Christmas Song
92 O Come All Ye Faithful
93 Let It All Hang Out
94 Represent
95 O Holy Night
96 Take Control
97 Undone - The Sweater Song (Kitchen Tape Demo)
98 American Girls
99 Hang On
100 I've Had It Up to Here
101 Christmas Song
102 Move On
103 Misstep
104 Jacked Up
105 Pay No Mind
106 Acapulco
107 Waiting On You
108 Heart Songs
109 Losing My Mind
110 Silent Night
111 The British Are Coming
112 Please Let That Be You
113 Mr. Taxman
114 Endless Bummer
115 Devotion
116 Cold Dark World (Rivers Lead Vocal)
117 Odd Couple
118 Zep Jam
119 Da Vinci
120 Booby Trap
121 Conquistadors Of Nothing
122 Surfwax America
123 Medley
124 No One Else (Live and Acoustic)
125 Dreamin'
126 Trampoline
127 Your Room
128 Yellow Camaro
129 The Christmas Song (Remix)
130 Go Away
131 Bobby No Morals
132 Burndt Jamb
133 The Underdogs
134 Hundred Times As Good
135 The Damage In Your Heart
136 Haunt You Everyday
137 Turning Up The Radio
138 Worry Rock
139 Starlight
140 Cleopatra
141 Blast Off
142 Naive
143 Turn Me Round
144 Say It Ain't So (Original Album Mix)
145 The World Has Turned And Left
146 Butterfly
147 The Other Way Out
148 Un-Break My Heart
149 The Other Way
150 Foolish Father
151 Always
152 These Days
153 I Woke Up In Love This Morning
154 Let's Sew Our Pants Together
155 Automatic
156 The Angel & The One
157 In the Garage
158 Starstruck
159 Teenage Victory Song
160 The Futurescope Trilogy
161 The Story Of My Life
162 Weezer - Photograph
163 Jamie (DGC Rarities Version)
164 Undone
165 Reason To Worry
166 I Do
167 Everybody Needs Salvation
168 Getting By
169 Kids/Poker Face
170 It's All Here In This Book
171 O Girl
172 Beverly Hills Radio Disney Edit
173 Haunt You Every Day
174 Getchoo
175 I Swear It's True (Pre-Production Recording)
176 Miss Sweeney
177 Paranoid Android
178 Private Message
179 On The Edge
180 Thank God for Girls
181 Hello, Hello
182 Across The Sea (Live Japan 2005 Tour)
183 No Show
184 Paperface
185 Brown Eyed Girl
186 Brave New World
187 Pig
188 Unbreak My Heart
189 Porcupine
190 Superstar
191 Do You Wanna Get High?
192 She Says It's Alright
193 Love Explosion
194 Viva La Vida
195 A Brief History
196 Preacher's Son
197 Freak Me Out
198 The Spider
199 You Might Think
200 Modern Dukes
201 California Kids
202 The Cruise
203 The Prettiest Girl In The Whole Wide World (Karlophone Remix)
204 Take My Place
205 Suzanne
206 Best Friend
207 This Is Such a Pity
208 Ruling Me
209 King
210 Back To the Shack (Single)
211 My Brain
212 Wind in Our Sail
213 Barcelona
214 I Want To Be Something
215 Osaka Aquabus
216 Jamie (Live and Acoustic)
217 Hold Me
218 Auto-Pilot
219 Ain't Got Nobody
220 Mad Cow
221 (Girl We Got A) Good Thing
222 Goddess Of Love
223 Dukes Of Hazard
224 Peace
225 Why Bother?
226 Blowin' My Stack
227 Only in Dreams
228 Back to the Shack
229 Hot Tub
230 The Love I'm Searching For
231 King of the World
232 Overlee
233 Space Rock
234 TV, Music, & Candy
235 Thief, You've Taken All That Was Me
236 Dukes Of Hazzard Theme
237 Unspoken
238 Everyone
239 Eulogy for a Rock Band
240 High Up Above
241 Time Flies
242 Summer Elaine and Drunk Dori
243 In The Mall
244 Congratulations
245 Headache
246 Too Late To Try
247 Don't Let Go
248 I Don't Want Your Loving
249 Lonely Girl
250 Fontana
251 Friends Of P.
252 LA Girlz
253 Fatigue
254 I Hear Bells
255 Velouria
256 Paperface (Kitchen Tape Demo)
257 I'm A Robot
258 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

Weezer Bio

Weezer is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California formed in 1992. Initially, the band consisted of Rivers Cuomo (lead vocals, guitar), Patrick Wilson (drums, backing vocals), Matt Sharp (bass, backing vocals), and Jason Cropper (guitar, backing vocals). Cropper was later replaced by Brian Bell. Matt Sharp was subsequently replaced by Mikey Welsh who was later replaced with Scott Shriner. They have released six full-length albums, three EPs, and a DVD. Weezer has sold more than six million records in the US to date.

Weezer's first gig was opening for Keanu Reeves' band Dogstar. Weezer recorded its debut album with producer Ric Ocasek at Electric Lady Studios in New York City. During the recording, Jason Cropper left the band and was replaced by Brian Bell, then bassist for the band Carnival Art. The band released Weezer in May 1994. "Undone—The Sweater Song" was released as the first single. The music video was directed by Spike Jonze. Filmed in an unbroken take, it featured Weezer performing on a sound stage with various amusing studio antics, including a pack of dogs swarming the set. The video became an instant hit on MTV.

Jonze also directed the band's second video "Buddy Holly". The video featured footage from the television sitcom Happy Days spliced with the band performing in a remade "Arnold's Diner", a familiar setting from the series. The video achieved heavy rotation on MTV and went on to win Jonze and the band four MTV Video Music Awards, including Breakthrough Video and Best Alternative Music Video, and two Billboard Music Video Awards. The clip is also featured on the installation CD for the Microsoft Windows 95 computer operating system. A third single, "Say It Ain't So", followed. Weezer is currently certified triple platinum in the United States, making it Weezer's all-time best seller.

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