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Josh Ritter

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Biography

Josh Ritter (born in Moscow, Idaho on October 21, 1976) is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and author who performs and records with The Royal City Band (as Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band). Ritter is known for his distinctive Americana style and narrative lyrics. In 2006 he was named one of the "100 Greatest Living Songwriters" by Paste magazine.

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Top Songs

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  1.  
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    These chords are old but we shake hands
    'Cause I believe that they're the good guys
    We can use all the help we can
    So many minor chords outside
    I fell in love with the sound
    Good Man  -  516,057 plays
  2.  
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    Peter said to Paul you know all those words we wrote
    Are just the rules of the game and the rules are the first to go... But now talking to God is Laurel, begging Hardy for a gun
    I got a girl in the war man, I wonder what it is we done
    Paul said to Peter "you got to rock yourself a little harder"
    Pretend the dove from above is a dragon, and your feet are on fire But I got a girl in the war Paul the only thing I know to do
    Girl in the War  -  471,458 plays
  3.  
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    I still remember that time when we were dancing
    We were dancing to a song that I'd heard
    Your face was simple and your hands were naked
    I was singing without knowing the words
    But I started listening to the wolves in the timber
    Wolves  -  266,374 plays
  4.  
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    If I could trace the line that ran
    Between your smile and your sleight of hand
    I'd guess that you put something up my sleeve
    Now every time I see your face the bells ring in a far-off place
    We can find each other this way I believe
    Come And Find Me  -  214,989 plays
  5.  
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    Deep in the belly of a whale I found her
    Down with the deep blue jail around her
    Running her hands through the ribs of the dark
    Florence and Calamity and Joan of Arc
    I love the way she looks in her underwear
    To the Dogs or Whoever  -  280,000 plays
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