Bang Bang Bang – Tracy Chapman

You go and give the boy a gun Now there ain’t place to run to Ain’t no place to run to When he hold it in his hand He

Mountains O’things – Tracy Chapman

I guess I’ll never have I’ll be working for somebody else Until I’m in my grave I’ll be dreaming of a live of ease And mountains Oh mountains o’

I Used To Be A Sailor – Tracy Chapman

Who sailed across the seas But now I’m just an island Since they took my boat away from me Oh no I don’t like being stationary I like the

Speak The Word – Tracy Chapman

Promise what they can’t deliver Bring me the wine And the cold night air to clear my head Gray matter memory house Master of this trembling flesh Steady still

Bridges – Tracy Chapman

Come back one day to haunt you One day you’ll find you’re walking Lonely Baby I Never meant to hurt you Sometimes the best intentions Still don’t make things

The Promise – Tracy Chapman

Wait for me Then I’ll Come for you Although I’ve traveled far I always hold A place for you in my heart. If you Think of me If you

Smoke And Ashes – Tracy Chapman

About the trail you’d left of broken hearts About the sea of tears too wide to cross But a little bad press has never scared me off So I

Matters Of The Heart – Tracy Chapman

From time to time I make a fool of myself In matters of the heart We should have been holding each other Instead we talked I make a fool

Subcity – Tracy Chapman

‘Cause no one would like to admit That there is a city underground Where people live everyday Off the waste and decay Off the discards of their fellow man

Telling Stories – Tracy Chapman

The lines on your page of memories Write it down but it doesn’t mean You’re not just telling stories There is fiction in the space between You and reality

Behind The Wall – Tracy Chapman

Loud voices behind the wall Another sleepless night for me It won’t do no good to call The police Always come late hey If they come at all Last

If There Are THe Thigns – Tracy Chapman

Dreams are made of Why don’t I dream Anymore I’ve tried to tell myself Nothing’s changed my dear But I look around me And think maybe that’s not so

Remember The Tinman – Tracy Chapman

And chains stretched across all the entries to the inside There’s a gate and a fence And bars to protect from only God knows what lurks outside Who stole

Cold Feet – Tracy Chapman

Who in spite of his young age and small size knew his mind For every copper penny and clover he would find Make a wish for better days the

Wedding Song – Tracy Chapman

In them you are always standing Right beside me I reach out for your hand To see your arms extending outstretched towards me For you I don the veil

Heaven’s Here On Earth – Tracy Chapman

Look for God and life on distant planets Have your faith in the ever after While each of us holds inside the map to the labyrinth And heaven’s here

Open Arms – Tracy Chapman

Baby here I am If tenderness is what you need I’ve got that to give If you need some affection Baby these are open arms Open arms, open arms,

All That You Have Is Your Soul – Tracy Chapman

‘Cause she say she learned the hard way Say she wanna spare the children She say don’t give or sell your soul away ‘Cause all that you have is

At This Poing In My Life – Tracy Chapman

Oh I, Oh I’ve Done so many things wrong I don’t know if I can do right At this point in my life I’ve done so many things wrong

So – Tracy Chapman

Off of somebody else’s sweat So some people starve a little While you get fat While you get fat So you grind and grind And you push and shove