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Artist: Amy Winehouse
Suggested Track: Back to Black

He left no time to regret
Kept his dick wet
With his same old safe bet
Me and my head high
And my tears dry
Get on without my guy
You went back to what you knew
So far removed from all that we went through
And I tread a troubled track
My odds are stacked
I'll go back to black

We only said goodbye with words
I died a hundred times
You go back to her
And I go back to
I go back to us

I love you much
It's not enough
You love blow and I love puff
And life is like a pipe
And I'm a tiny penny rolling up the walls inside

We only said goodbye with words
I died a hundred times
You go back to her
And I go back to
We only said goodbye with words
I died a hundred times
You go back to her
And I go back to

I go back to
I go back to

We only said goodbye with words
I died a hundred times
You go back to her
And I go back to
We only said goodbye with words
I died a hundred times
You go back to her
And I go back to black
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Amy Winehouse
Amy Jade Winehouse (14 September, 1983 — 23 July, 2011) was an English singer-songwriter known for her immediately recognisable contralto vocal range and soul-jazz style of vocals
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Amy Winehouse Lyrics
Amy Winehouse lyrics - 62 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Valerie", "Back To Black", "You Know I'm No Good".
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Frank by Amy Winehouse
Frank is Amy Winehouse’s debut album, with the title paying tribute to legendary jazz performance Frank Sinatra, whose influence played a major part in the genesis of Frank
Back to Black by Amy Winehouse
With its commercial success and accompanying controversies, Amy Winehouse’s second studio album (and final release before her drug-related death in 2011) cemented her reputation as
Lioness: Hidden Treasures by Amy Winehouse
Lioness: Hidden Treasures is a posthumous compilation album from Amy Winehouse, released five months after her death on December 2, 2011 via Island Records. Upon its release
Amy Winehouse at the BBC by Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse at the BBC is a posthumous live compilation album from Amy Winehouse, released via Universal Music Group. Although released November 12, 2012, the album features live
Amy Winehouse - Unreleased Rarities by Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse – Unreleased Rarities is a rare bootleg compilation of ten unreleased songs by British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse. A majority of the songs were created during
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Amy Winehouse – Fuck Me Pumps
“Fuck Me Pumps,” also known simply as “Pumps,” was the fourth and final single taken from Frank. The song satirically discusses the idea of money-hungry, one-night stand-having
Amy Winehouse – Just Friends
Once more Amy wonders if her and this boy can just be friends. She feels way too strongly about him to stay within friendship boundaries.
Amy Winehouse – He Can Only Hold Her
“He Can Only Hold Her” by Amy Winehouse is a song about a time when she was in a relationship that she wasn’t completely invested in because she missed her last lover. This song
Amy Winehouse – Teach Me Tonight (Live, Hootenanny, London, 2004)
Originally composed in 1954 and released with vocals by American jazz singer Janet Brace, “Teach Me Tonight” once again captured the hearts of jazz enthusiasts in the ‘80s after
Amy Winehouse – Back to Black
Ranked as the #98 best song of the 2000’s, “Back to Black” details the harsh reality Winehouse faced after her then-boyfriend, Blake Fielder-Civil, ended their relationship to
Mark Ronson (Ft. Amy Winehouse) – Valerie
[Spoken Intro: Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse] / Aight, it's rolling / I'm sorry, Charlie Murphy, I was having too much fun / [Verse 1] / Well, sometimes, I go out by myself / And I
Amy Winehouse – Take the Box
“Take the Box” details the tremendously specific encounter that Amy had with her ex-boyfriend, Chris Taylor, following their breakup. In an effort to cleanse herself of Taylor and
Amy Winehouse – You Know I'm No Good
In the quintessential Winehouse track “You Know I’m No Good,” Amy uses her drug and alcohol use to justify her infidelity in a relationship. The track is quite telling of Amy’s
Amy Winehouse – October Song
The nostalgic “October Song” recalls the death of Winehouse’s pet canary named Ava. The title of the song presumably recalls the month that Ava died, although Winehouse has been
Amy Winehouse – Wake Up Alone
In “Wake Up Alone”, Amy Winehouse soulfully sings about her desire for a man’s love, and lays bare her struggles with depression and alcohol within the lyrics. The song appears on
Amy Winehouse – Intro / Stronger Than Me
“Stronger Than Me” tackles Winehouse’s back-and-forth experience with her early partner Chris Taylor. The two dated on and off before Winehouse came to the decision that Taylor
Amy Winehouse – Rehab
“Rehab,” the leading single off of Back To Black, arguably put Winehouse on the international map. The song is a hauntingly ironic, upbeat tune where Winehouse refuses to go to a
Amy Winehouse – Cherry
“Cherry” is an ode to Amy’s beloved guitar, most likely given the name due to its colour. The song personifies Cherry, playing her out as a real person in Amy’s life. Amy with
Amy Winehouse – What Is It About Men
“What is It About Men” is a personal, gut-spilling song about Amy’s feelings towards her own father. She feels she’s bound to end up becoming a mistress to a married man in the
Amy Winehouse – You Sent Me Flying
“You Sent Me Flying,” the second track off Winehouse’s debut album Frank, narrates Winehouse’s inadequate and vulnerable affection for a man much older than her. The more she
Future – Rehab (Amy Winehouse)
[Hook:] / Drinking lean smoking kush, taking molly’s on, molly’s on / Uhhh, R.I.P that Amy Winehouse / Drinking lean smoking kush, taking molly’s on, molly’s on / Yeah, R.I.P that
Amy Winehouse – Amy Amy Amy
On the thirteenth track from Frank, Winehouse narrates the irresistible attraction she feels for a man who just so happened to be her science teacher. When asked about the song’s
Amy Winehouse – Addicted
In the playful “Addicted,” Winehouse narrates her eternal love for marijuana and the anger she felt towards her best friend’s boyfriend who kept stealing her weed. The protagonist
Amy Winehouse – Half Time
“Half Time” reflects on Winehouse’s passion for music and the joys that being an artist brings her. Although appearing on her posthumous 2011 album Lioness: Hidden Treasures, the
Amy Winehouse – Tears Dry on Their Own
Written in Miami with producer Salaam Remi, “Tears Dry On Their Own” has grown to become one of the most recognisable songs in Winehouse’s discography. During an undated interview
Amy Winehouse – Know You Now
[Verse 1] / You're just a little boy underneath that hat / You need the nerve to hide your ego, don't come with that / You think everything gets handed to you free / But it's not
Amy Winehouse (Ft. Nas) – Like Smoke
“Like Smoke” is the first of two collaborations between Amy Winehouse and American rapper Nas, with their final collaboration “Cherry Wine” being released a few months later
Amy Winehouse – Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (2011)
Amy Winehouse effortlessly brings the 1960 song “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?,” originally performed by the girl group The Shirelles, back to life with her soulfully poignant
Amy Winehouse – Trilby
The unpublished “Trilby” is arguably one of Amy Winehouse’s most heavily jazz-influenced tracks to date. The track was leaked in 2008 and was most likely a scrapped song from 2003’
Amy Winehouse – Mr Magic (Through the Smoke)
“Mr Magic (Through The Smoke)” is the first of Winehouse’s weed anthems, preceding 2006’s “Addicted”. While other songs throughout her discography allude to the psychoactive drug
Amy Winehouse – I Should Care (Live From The Stables / 2004)
I should care / I should go around weepin' / I should care / I should go without sleepin' / Strangely enough, I sleep well / Except for a dream or two / But, then I count my sheep
Amy Winehouse – I Heard Love Is Blind
“I Heard Love Is Blind” unapologetically tackles the themes of infidelity and whimsically cheating on one’s partner. Winehouse, who has stated that the song does not reenact a
Amy Winehouse – Long Day
[Verse 1] / Running down my batteries / Laying me out to rest, yeah / Knowing that in five hours / I'll wake up and de-stress / And I'm digging myself into a hole / And these days
Amy Winehouse – Outro
[Spoken] / Thank you, thank you, thank you / I hope you all enjoyed your time at the Amy Winehouse show / Feel free to come back whenever you'd like / But, for now, you can exit on
Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse – Body and Soul
“Body and Soul” is a cinematic cover of Libby Holman’s 1930 song that features vocals from English singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse. The song, recorded at Abbey Road Studios in
Amy Winehouse – Love Is a Losing Game
In the haunting ballad “Love Is a Losing Game,” Winehouse reflects over her painful moments of loneliness and confusion, as well as her inability to rewrite history and change how
Amy Winehouse (Ft. JAY-Z) – Rehab (Remix)
[Chorus: Amy Winehouse] / They tried to make me go to rehab, but I said "No, no, no" / Yes, I've been black, but when I come back, you'll know, know know / I ain't got the time and
Amy Winehouse – 'Round Midnight
“Round Midnight” is a cover song inspired by Thelonious Monk’s famous 1957 original version. The song featured as the B-side to Frank’s second official single “Take the Box.” The
Amy Winehouse – Cupid
[Chorus] / Cupid, draw back your bow / And let your arrow flow / Straight to my lover's heart for me / Nobody but me / Cupid, please hear my cry / And let your arrow fly / Straight
Amy Winehouse – Moody's Mood For Love / Teo Licks
This is the sixth track on Amy Winehouse’s debut album Frank. This is a cover of James Moody’s 1952 song Moody’s Mood For Love. A few of the lyrics on Winehouse’s version are
Amy Winehouse – All My Loving
During a 2004 performance on the London TV documentary Glastonbury Calling, Winehouse performed an acoustic cover of The Beatles‘ 1963 track “All My Loving.”
Ghostface Killah & Amy Winehouse – You Know I'm No Good
[Verse 1: Amy Winehouse] / Meet you downstairs, in the bar and heard / Your rolled up sleeves and your skull T-shirt / You say, why did you do it with him today? / And sniff me out
Amy Winehouse – (There Is) No Greater Love
There Is No Greater Love is Amy Winehouse’s rendition/cover of a classic 1936 Jazz song. Notably this song has been covered by other artists such as Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole
Amy Winehouse – The Girl from Ipanema
Adding to the multitude of covers of the the popular 1960 Brazilian bossa-nova song, “The Girl From Ipanema” finds its place as the seventh track on Winehouse’s posthumous album
Amy Winehouse – Our Day Will Come
Recorded in May 2002 and originally intended for a spot on Frank, “Our Day Will Come” is a cover of the 1962 R&B song by Ruby & The Romantics and the second single taken from
Amy Winehouse – What It Is
[Verse 1] / I can see you ahead of me / But I'm not always forward-thinking / I'll tell you what you want to hear / It depends on what I've been drinking / 'Cause everything I do
Amy Winehouse – We’re Still Friends (Live At The Union Chapel)
Amy Winehouse famously sang in her hit “Rehab,” “there’s nothing you can teach me that I can’t learn from Mr. Hathaway.” She was speaking of troubled soul singer Donny Hathaway. It
Amy Winehouse – Fool’s Gold
[Verse 1] / She sits home and dreams / That her man will leave his mark on her hand / He's not all he seems / But she's seen a dress, she has the flowers planned / Now she won't be
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