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Hall & Oates Songs Featuring John Oates On Lead Vocal

  • “Had I Known You Better Then” from Abandoned Luncheonette
  • “Las Vegas Turnaround (The Stewardess Song)” from Abandoned Luncheonette
  • “I'm Just A Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like A Man)” from Abandoned Luncheonette
  • “Can't Stop The Music (He Played It Much Too Long)” from War Babies
  • “Camellia” from Daryl Hall & John Oates
  • “Alone Too Long” from Daryl Hall & John Oates
  • “Back Together Again” from Bigger Than Both of Us
  • “Crazy Eyes” from Bigger Than Both of Us
  • “You'll Never Learn” from Bigger Than Both of Us
  • “The Emptyness” from Beauty on a Back Street
  • “Portable Radio” from X-Static
  • “All You Want Is Heaven” from X-Static
  • “Bebop/Drop” from X-Static
  • “How Does It Feel To Be Back” from Voices
  • “You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'” from Voices
  • “Africa” from Voices
  • “Mano A Mano” from Private Eyes
  • “Italian Girls” from H2O
  • “At Tension” from H2O
  • “Jingle Bell Rock” from 1983 Christmas single (flip-side featured another version with lead vocals by Daryl Hall)
  • “Possession Obsession” from Big Bam Boom
  • “Cold Dark And Yesterday” from Big Bam Boom
  • "Rockability" from Ooh Yeah!
  • "Keep On Pushin' Love" from Ooh Yeah!
  • "Change Of Season" from Change of Season
  • "Only Love" from Change of Season

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