Matchbox Twenty Lyrics
Matchbox Twenty Lyrics; Browse Matchbox Twenty lyrics by album in the list below; you’ll find the Lyrics to all matchbox twenty songs from Yourself or Someone Like You, Mad Season, More than You Think You Are, EP and their new greatest hits album: Exile on Mainstream. All Lyrics have been written by Rob Thomas & Matchbox Twenty. If you find a mistake please get in touch and we’ll update the lyrics and credit you with the update.
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Matchbox Twenty Lyrics – Exile on Mainstream
Exile on Mainstream was released in 2007 and is Matchbox Twenty’s Fourth Studio album, technically a greatest hits album, but it did feature 6 brand new songs produced by Steve Lillywhite. The album was released exactly 11 years and 1 day since the release of the band’s debut album Yourself or Someone Like You.
- How Far We’ve Come Lyrics
- I’ll Believe You When Lyrics
- All Your Reasons Lyrics
- These Hard Times Lyrics
- If I Fall Lyrics
- Can’t Let You Go Lyrics
- Come Dancing Lyrics
- Long Day Lyrics
- Push Lyrics
- 3 A.M Lyrics
- Real World Lyrics
- Back 2 Good Lyrics
- Bent Lyrics
- If You’re Gone Lyrics
- Mad Season Lyrics
- Disease Lyrics
- Unwell Lyrics
- Bright Lights Lyrics
Matchbox Twenty Lyrics – EP
MB20’s EP was released shortly before Matchbox Twenty’s Live DVD – Show a Night in The Life of Matchbox Twenty, and was seen as a celebration of Matchbox Twenty’s Live performances.
Matchbox Twenty Lyrics – More Than You Think You Are
More Than You Think You Are was released on November 19th 2009 and was the third full Studio Album from Matchbox Twenty.
Matchbox Twenty Lyrics – Mad Season
Mad Season is Matchbox Twenty’s Second Studio album, released in May 2000. The Album was certified 4x Platinum in the USA in October 2001
Matchbox Twenty Lyrics – Yourself or Someone Like You
Yourself or Someone Like You was Matchbox Twenty’s debut album, and has sold more than 15million copies worldwide. New Yorker Frank Torres, featured on the fron cover of the album tried to sue the band in 2005 claiming he never gave his permission for his photo to be used.