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Warren Zevon

Accidentally Like a Martyr (7 versions)
Back in the High Life Again (6 versions)
Basket Case (4 versions)
Boom Boom Mancini (3 versions)
Carmelita (6 versions)
Desperados Under the Eaves (6 versions)
Dirty Life and Times (5 versions)
Dirty Little Religion
Don'€™t Let Us Get Sick (3 versions)
Excitable Boy (9 versions)
Fistful of Rain (2 versions)
Frank and Jesse James (3 versions)
Genius (3 versions)
Hasten Down the Wind (6 versions)
Hit Somebody! (The Hockey Song)
I Was in the House When the House Burned Down (10 versions)
Indifference of Heaven (3 versions)
Jeannie Needs a Shooter (6 versions)
Jesus Mentioned (3 versions)
Johnny Strikes Up the Band (3 versions)
Keep Me in Your Heart (7 versions)
Knockin'€™ on Heaven'€™s Door (2 versions)
Lawyers, Guns and Money (6 versions)
Life'€™ll Kill Ya (2 versions)
Looking for the Next Best Thing (2 versions)
Mama Couldn'€™t Be Persuaded (2 versions)
Mohammed'€™s Radio (2 versions)
Mr. Bad Example (3 versions)
Mutineer (4 versions)
My Ride'€™s Here (3 versions)
My Shit'€™s Fucked Up (5 versions)
Never Too Late for Love
Numb as a Statue (7 versions)
Ourselves to Know (2 versions)
Play It All Night Long (2 versions)
Please Stay (3 versions)
Poor Poor Pitiful Me (3 versions)
Porcelain Monkey (3 versions)
Prison Grove
Renegade (2 versions)
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
Searching for a Heart (4 versions)
She'€™s Too Good for Me (2 versions)
Splendid Isolation (3 versions)
Tenderness on the Block (3 versions)
The French Inhaler (2 versions)
The Heartache (2 versions)
The Hula Hula Boys (2 versions)
Things to Do in Denver When You'€™re Dead (2 versions)
Tule'€™s Blues (3 versions)
Werewolves of London (6 versions)

Warren William Zevon (; January 24, 1947 – September 7, 2003) was an American rock singer-songwriter and musician.

Zevon’s most famous compositions include "Werewolves of London", "Lawyers, Guns and Money", "Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner" and "Johnny Strikes Up the Band", all of which are featured on his third album, Excitable Boy (1978), whose title track is also well-known. He also wrote major hits that were recorded by other artists, including "Poor Poor Pitiful Me", "Accidentally Like a Martyr", "Mohammed’s Radio", "Carmelita", and "Hasten Down the Wind". Along with his own work, he recorded or performed occasional covers, including Allen Toussaint’s "A Certain Girl", Bob Dylan’s "Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door", Leonard Cohen’s "First We Take Manhattan" and Prince’s "Raspberry Beret".

Initially successful as a band leader, Zevon struggled to have a solo career until his music was performed by Linda Rondstadt. This launched a cult following that lasted for 25 years with Zevon making occasional returns to album and single charts until his death from cancer in 2003. He briefly found a new audience in the 1980s by teaming up with members of R.E.M. in the blues rock outfit Hindu Love Gods.

Known for his dry wit and acerbic lyrics, he was a guest several times on Late Night with David Letterman and the Late Show with David Letterman.