Guitar Tabs, Chords and Lyrics
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(No More) Mr. Nice Guys (2 versions)
A Big Surprise (2 versions)
Achoo (8 versions)
Angst in My Pants (3 versions)
At Home, At Work, At Play
Beat the Clock (2 versions)
Change (3 versions)
Confusion (3 versions)
Eaten by the Monster of Love (2 versions)
Everybody'€™s Stupid
Funny Face (3 versions)
Get in the Swing (3 versions)
Girl From Germany (2 versions)
Good Morning (3 versions)
Happy Hunting Ground (2 versions)
Here Comes Bob (4 versions)
Hospitality on Parade (3 versions)
How Are You Getting Home? (2 versions)
How Do I Get to Carnegie Hall? (3 versions)
I Can'€™t Believe That You Would Fall for All the Crap in This Song (2 versions)
I Like Girls (3 versions)
I Married Myself (3 versions)
I Want to Be Like Everybody Else (3 versions)
I'€™ve Never Been High (3 versions)
Let'€™s Make Love (2 versions)
Lighten Up, Morrissey (3 versions)
Likeable (2 versions)
Miss the Start, Miss the End (3 versions)
Missionary Position
Moon Over Kentucky (2 versions)
Moustache (2 versions)
Never Turn Your Back on Mother Earth (2 versions)
Nicotina (2 versions)
Nothing to Do (3 versions)
Over the Summer (2 versions)
Pineapple (2 versions)
Rockin'€™ Girls (2 versions)
Screwed Up (2 versions)
Sextown U.S.A.
Simple Ballet (3 versions)
Slowboat (2 versions)
Something for the Girl With Everything (2 versions)
Suburban Homeboy (2 versions)
Thank God It'€™s Not Christmas (2 versions)
The Lady Is Lingering (2 versions)
The No. 1 Song in Heaven (2 versions)
The Toughest Girl in Town (2 versions)
This Town Ain'€™t Big Enough for Both of Us (3 versions)
Those Mysteries
Throw Her Away (And Get a New One) (2 versions)
Tips for Teens (2 versions)
Tits (2 versions)
Waterproof (2 versions)
What Are All These Bands So Angry About? (2 versions)
When Do I Get to Sing '€™My Way'€™
When I'€™m With You (2 versions)
White Women (2 versions)
With All My Might (3 versions)
Wonder Girl (2 versions)
You Got a Hold of My Heart (2 versions)


Sparks are an American pop and rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1972 by brothers Ron (keyboards) and Russell Mael (vocals). The duo formed in 1968 under the name Halfnelson. Known for their quirky approach to songwriting, Sparks’ music is often accompanied by intelligent, sophisticated, and acerbic lyrics, and an idiosyncratic, theatrical stage presence, typified in the contrast between Russell’s animated, hyperactive frontman antics and Ron’s deadpan scowling. They are also noted for Russell Mael’s falsetto voice and Ron Mael’s keyboard playing style.

While achieving chart success in various countries around the world including the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and the United States, they have enjoyed a cult following since their first releases. During the late 1970s, when in collaboration with Giorgio Moroder (and Telex subsequently), Sparks reinvented themselves as a new wave/synth-pop band, and abandoned the traditional rock band line-up. Their frequently changing styles and visual presentations have kept the band at the forefront of modern, artful pop music.

The 2002 release of Lil’ Beethoven, their "genre-defying opus", as well as the more recent albums Hello Young Lovers (2006, their 20th studio album), Exotic Creatures of the Deep (2008), and their latest fantasy musical The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman (2009–2010) have brought Sparks renewed critical and commercial success, and seen them continue to "steer clear of pop conventions." The band also released an album with Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand, as the supergroup FFS, titled FFS, released in 2015.

Sparks are best known for the songs "This Town Ain’t Big Enough for Both of Us", which reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart in 1974; the disco hit "The Number One Song in Heaven" in 1979; "When I’m With You" which topped the French Singles Chart in 1980; the single "I Predict", which provided Sparks’ first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 60 in May 1982; the 1983 single "Cool Places" with the Go-Go’s rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Jane Wiedlin, and "When Do I Get to Sing ’My Way’" which topped the German and European charts in 1994/95 and was the top airplay record in Germany for 1994.