|1||As Cool As I Am|
|2||I Love, I Love (Traveling Ii)|
|3||The Babysitter's Here|
|7||This Was Pompeii|
|10||Teenagers, Kick Our Butts|
|11||The Great Unknown|
|12||What Do You Hear In These Sounds?|
|13||When I Was A Boy|
|17||Iowa (Traveling Iii)|
|18||Are You Out There|
|21||Southern California Wants To Be Western New York|
|22||Bought And Sold|
|24||End Of The Summer|
|25||The Christians And The Pagans|
|26||If I Wrote You|
|27||It's A War In There|
|28||The Pointless, Yet Poignant, Crisis Of A Co-Ed|
Dar Williams (Dorothy Snowden Williams, born April 19, 1967) is an American singer-songwriter specializing in pop folk. Hendrik Hertzberg of the The New Yorker has described Williams as "one of America’s very best singer-songwriters."
She is a frequent performer at folk festivals and has toured with such artists as Mary Chapin Carpenter, Patty Griffin, Ani DiFranco, The Nields, Shawn Colvin, Girlyman, Joan Baez, and Catie Curtis.
Williams was born in Mount Kisco, New York, and grew up in Chappaqua with two older sisters, Meredith and Julie. Her nickname "Dar" originated due to a mispronunciation of "Dorothy" by one of Williams's sisters. Recently, in an interview with WUKY radio, Dar said her parents wanted to name her Darcy, after the character in Pride and Prejudice, and that they intentionally called her "Dar-Dar", which she shortened to "Dar" in school.