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    Samantha Fox & Sabrina - CALL ME

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    "Call Me" is a song by the American new wave band Blondie. Released in 1980, "Call Me" topped the singles charts in both the US (where it became the band's biggest selling single and second #1) and the UK (where it became their fourth no.1 hit).
    The song was the main theme of the film American Gigolo. European disco producer Giorgio Moroder originally asked Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac to help compose and perform a song for the soundtrack, but she declined (as a recently signed contract with Modern Records prevented her from working with Moroder). It was at this time that Moroder turned to Debbie Harry and Blondie. Moroder presented Harry with a rough instrumental track called "Man Machine." Harry was asked to write the lyrics and melody, a process that Harry states took only a few hours. The completed song was then recorded by the band, with Moroder producing. The bridge of the original English language version also includes Harry singing "Call Me" in Italian ("Amore, chiamami") and French ("Appelle-moi, mon cheri").
    In the US the song was released by three different record companies: the longest version (at 8:06) on the soundtrack album by Polydor, the 7" and 12" on Blondie's label Chrysalis, and a Spanish language 12" version, with lyrics by Buddy and Mary McCluskey, on disco label Salsoul Records. The Spanish version, titled "Llámame", was meant for release in Mexico and some South American countries. This version was also released in the US and the UK and had its CD debut on Chrysalis/EMI's rarities compilation Blonde and Beyond (1993). In 1988, a remixed version by Ben Liebrand taken from the Blondie remix album Once More into the Bleach was issued as a single in the UK. In 2001 the "original long version" appeared as a bonus track on the Autoamerican album re-issue.






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    "In the Heat of the Night" is a pop song by German singer Sandra. The song was released in November 1985 as the second single from the album The Long Play, where it charted at #1 in Switzerland and Israel, #2 in Germany, and #8 in South Africa (in mid-1986)



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    "Make It with You" is a song written by David Gates and originally recorded by the pop/rock group Bread, of which Gates was a member.
    The song first appeared on Bread's 1970 album On the Waters. Released as a single in June 1970, it would become the group's first top ten and only number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the U.S., spending the week of August 22, 1970, at the top spot.
    The single reached number five on the UK Singles Chart. It also was certified gold by the RIAA for sales of over one million copies.

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    RIP pa


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    A beautiful next door girl that sadly was abused by her husband. I enjoyed that. thanks.

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    i wsih this for all the sbf bros


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    sally was real leggy and sexy.Saw them when they came to sinkiepoor in 1972

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    "You're My Heart, You're My Soul" is the first single by German europop duo Modern Talking released off their debut album "The 1st Album". The single was released on 29 October 1984 but entered the top-10 in Germany on January 28, 1985, almost three months after its release date. It took another five weeks for the single to reach the top of the German single chart, it spent six weeks at the No. 1 position in Germany and total of 25 weeks within the German Single Chart eventually reaching a gold status for selling well over 250,000 units at home. "You're My Heart, You're My Soul" is considered their best selling single to date with worldwide sales said to exceed 8 million copies


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    "Don't Wanna Lose You" is a song written and recorded by Gloria Estefan. It was released in 1989 as the first single from the album Cuts Both Ways and reached number one in the U.S., where it became her second number-one single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The single was certified Gold.





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    "Dog & Butterfly" is a song recorded by the rock band Heart. It is the title track to the band's fourth studio album Dog & Butterfly and was released as the album's second single. The song is a more subdued effort from the band, and differs from past hard rock-oriented hits, as Ann and Nancy Wilson pulled from their folk music influences. The song charted moderately in the U.S. in 1979, peaking at number thirty-four on the Billboard Hot 100.




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    Last edited by erection2015; 04-01-2012 at 01:16 PM.
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    Hold Tight ...by Dave Dee and Company.... see the dancing in the background....thats how we did it in the mid to late 60s


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    Firehouse - When I Look Into Your Eyes 2010


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    I Live My Life For You (Firehouse)

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    Wah lau eh, very confusing. I remember a recent documentary talked about Elvis Presley dedicated "Kung Fu Fighting" song to Bruce Lee because he was mesmerized by his fantastic skill and depth in martial arts. So, who actually sang this song ? Who ? Wikipedia may not be 'zhoon' one.



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