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  1. "Eres tu" I think it's that's the title. I have no idea who sings it. Sorry if this has already been mentioned.
  2. My most unlikely Zep fave is The Battle Of Evermore". I have no idea why because that woman sounds terrible!
  3. My guilty pleasures are those really silly songs from the 70's like "Kung Foo Fighting" & "Billy Don't Be A Hero".
  4. I saw this for the first time in the late 90's. I'd always heard of it. I have to say I thought it would be corny since it was made in the 1950's, I really liked it! I can see why it was concidered scandalous back then! I read an article about the woman who wrote the novel last year..she did not have a happy life after writing that book.
  5. I only went twice with my parents and sister. We watched SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, and the next time we saw THANK GOD IT'S FRIDAY!
  6. I think my first movie was also STAR WARS. I was 9 but I also remember my aunt took me & my sister to see the cartoon The RESCUERS so I'm not sure which I saw first.
  7. Texas is full of talent. I live in Houston, Texas. Archie Bell & the Drells- TIGHTEN UP Kenny Rogers & the 5th edition(?)- WHAT CONDITION MY CONDITION IS IN(?) Johnny Nash- I CAN SEE CLEARLY- I used to work in a jewelry store and his wife came in and bought a 5 carat diamond bracelet. Jennifer Holiday- the ORIGINAL Dreamgirl, her version of AND I AM TELLING YOU blows Jennifer Hudson's out of the water!! And of course Destiny's Child- My sister used to work down the street from their recording studio.
  8. In no particular order: 1 Only Time Will Tell--Asia 2 You Got Lucky Babe--Tom Petty 3 I Will Survive--Gloria Gaynor 4 Neither One Of Us--Gladys Knight & the Pips 5 Go Your Own Way--Fleetwood Mac 6 It's Too Late--Carol King 7 Break Up/To Make up--the Stylistics 8 You Oughta Know--Alanis Morrisette 9 Happy Birthday Baby--the Tuneweavers(?) 10 Promises--Eric Clapton
  9. YES! Brings back alot of memories from my childhood. I remember that's the first time I ever saw Prince. He had feathered Farrah Fawcett hair and was wearing a black vest, black leggings with black suede ankle boots(high heels of course)....and a pair of leopard print speedos!
  10. Thanks! I knew it was a family, but couldn't think of the name. Nice signature song BTW
  11. That is too funny!!! King Of Wishful Thinking by Go West (the Pretty Woman soundtrack). When he sings "I'll get over you, I know I will. I'LL PRETEND MY SHIP'S NOT SINKIN'" My coworker thought he said "I'LL PRETEND MY SH*T'S NOT STINKIN'"
  12. Numbers 1,8,& 10 honestly bring tears to my eyes. 1 Dance With My Father--Luther Vandross 2 All Is Fair In Love--Stevie Wonder 3 Day After Day--Badfinger 4 He Stopped Loving Her Today--George Jones 5 In My Life--Beatles 6 WildFlower--Skylark(?) 7 Long Time--Linda Ronstadt 8 A Song For You--the Donny Hathaway version 9 Alone Again(Naturally)--Gilbert O'Sullivan 10 Long And Winding Road--Beatles
  13. This is a very sad song. I actually listened to the whole song for the first time a few months ago while flipping through radio stations in a traffic jam. When I was little "WildFire" by Micheal M Murphy always made me sad. Also "Dance With My Father" by Luther Vandross. I've actually had to change the radio when it comes on.
  14. How about "Which way you going, Billy?" Sorry I don't know the correct title or who sang it.
  15. You Know My Name Back In The USSR #9 Octupus's Garden
  16. I've always thought the Beatles ex-wives were the subjects of some of the most beautiful songs ever written. I'm going to choose Patty Boyd Harrison Clapton as my Favorite along with Cynthia Lennon.
  17. It never reminded me of KC back when I listened to it. It was a hit here in Texas back in '88 or '89.
  18. Hi, I'm new here. I saw Deuce Bigelow once. Isn't it the version by Oliver that's in the movie?
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