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Whiskeytown Lyrics

Genre: Country

Whiskeytown Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight
2 Hard Luck Story
3 To Be Evil
4 Everything I Do (Miss You)
5 Crazy About You
6 Paper Moon
7 Revenge
8 Empty Baseball Park (Baseball Park Sessions)
9 Don't Be Sad
10 16Days
11 Ballad of Carol Lynn
12 Nurse With the Pills
13 Jacksonville Skyline
14 What the Devil Wanted
15 16 Days (Baseball Park Sessions)
16 My Hometown
17 Angels are messengers from God
18 Choked Up
19 Matrimony
20 Wither, I'm A Flower
21 Easy Hearts
22 Reasons to Lie
23 Mirror Mirror
24 If He Can't Have You
25 Mining Town
26 Pawn Shop Ain't No Place For A Wedding Ring
27 Lo-Fi Tennessee Mountain Angel
28 Midway Park
29 Theme for a Trucker
30 16 Days
31 Silver Wings
32 Desperate Ain't Lonely
33 Bottom of the Glass
34 Houses on the Hill
35 Tennessee Square
36 Too Drunk to Dream
37 Dancing with the Women at the Bar
38 Turn Around
39 Somebody Remembers the Rose (Out of Service)
40 A Song For You
41 Avenues
42 Waiting to Derail
43 Faithless Street
44 Not Home Anymore
45 Inn Town
46 What May Seem Like Love
47 Here's To The Rest Of The World - Album Version (Baseball Park Sessions)
48 Yesterday's News
49 Somebody Remembers the Rose
50 Black Arrow, Bleeding Heart
51 Factory Girl - Album Version (Baseball Park Sessions)
52 Drank Like a River
53 Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight ((Strangers Almanac))
54 Sit & Listen to the Rain
55 Losering
56 Here's to the Rest of the World (Baseball Park Sessions)
57 Houses On the Hill (Live)
58 Under Your Breath
59 Don't Wanna Know Why
60 Top Dollar
61 Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight (Acoustic Version)
62 Factory Girl (Baseball Park Sessions)
63 Turn Around (Alternate Version)

Whiskeytown Bio

Whiskeytown was an alternative country band formed in 1994 from Raleigh, North Carolina. Fronted by Ryan Adams, the group included members Caitlin Cary, Phil Wandscher, Eric "Skillet" Gilmore, and Mike Daly. They disbanded in 2000 with Adams leaving to pursue his solo career. Whiskeytown gradually expanded its sound outside the confines of alternative country while still maintaining its alternative roots.

Despite the fact that the band only released three albums, none of the albums feature a consistent lineup, with only Adams and Cary remaining constants.

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