mostly because of the video, though the tune itself has grown on me.
all Zoe's fault.
And actually I like Prages version better......
Yet another friend of Jack...
Tie between "I Want It That Way" and "As Long As You Love Me" by the Backstreet Boys.
I'm gonna have to go with Jessie's Girl...
I may or may not have completely misinterpreted my misconceptions as perceptions of misconstrued disinformation...
"The Kids Are Alright" by the otherwise execrable Who.
Great deals with Robert Maxwell, Bernie Madoff, Jeffrey Archer Harry Redknapp.
Hey! "Jesses' Girl" is a good tune, a nice way to play hard rock chords with breaks and dynamics, better than Def Leppard.
And Rick Springfield knew how to dress. He had a really nice oily looking blue suit.
Yeah! What's he doing? An Australian who comes over, gets to be a huge soap opera heart-throb, and a rock star too.
A guilty pleasure? Hmmm... I turn the radio down when Michael or Janet Jackson comes on... I like how Ke$ha does one line: "we are who we are"
I guess my guilty pleasure is singing songs and acting them out with my own words during the normal course of a day.
"The pills are gone, the pills have gone away, oh you know all those pills are gone, and there isn't any for today,
you know you've gone and done some wrong, and there's none left for me to take".
That's never a personal statement, just riffing off the Welland environment.
If there's one phrase in a song that grated on me, while another sang it in a country band, it was Waylon with "the hair on my shoulders".
Back then, I didn't have any, and I'm not going to look now. Waylon! Where else is it growin'in the wind?
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Madonna? Try singing "You're an Angel", Am, four beats, Bm, four beats, and Cmaj7, eight beats, steady four four on bass.
The melody builds up from low notes, very deceptive.
I think Madonna did this song all by herself, just to prove she was a musician, the production is so basic.
After that, she also always used a guitar for one song onstage, tired of the non-musician criticism.
oh baby, you're an angel, walking down the street, looking who to meet, oh, you're an angel, in disquise, I can see it in your eyes.
I came in here to say Brittney Spears - Toxic.
Oh, I see Toxic had been said. Well then to encourage originality I'll change mine to Paula Abdul - Straight Up. I've dug that song since the first time I heard it on the radio in High School sitting in a Wal-Mart parking lot waiting for my mom to pick up a few items. Yes, that's right. I even remember the first time I heard it.
Exile-i wanna kiss you all over
patrick hernandez-Born to be alive.
I know, I know.