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Thomas Chalmers (disambiguation)

Thomas Chalmers was a Scottish divine and a leader of the Free Church of Scotland. Thomas Chalmers is also the name of: Tom Chalmers of Darwin Press Thomas Chalmers Vint 1894–1967, landscape architect Thomas Hardie Chalmers 1884–1966, American op ...

                                               

Walk On

"Walk On" Reba McEntire song, 1990 "Walk On", by Neil Young from On the Beach, 1974 "Walk On", by Jimmy Barnes from Freight Train Heart, 1987 "Walk On", by Corinne Bailey Rae from The Heart Speaks in Whispers 2016 "Walk On", by Deep Purple from B ...

                                               

Soul Searching

Soul Searching or Soul Searchin may refer to: Soul Searchin Glenn Frey album, 1988 Soul Searching Shirley Scott album, 1959 "Soul Searchin" Glenn Frey song, the albums title track Soul Searching Average White Band album, 1976 "Soul Searching", an ...

                                               

Ellipsis (disambiguation)

Ellipsis is a mark or series of marks that usually indicate an intentional omission of a word or a phrase from the original text. Ellipsis may also refer to: Verb phrase ellipsis, an elliptical construction in which a verb phrase has been left ou ...

                                               

Questions and answers

"Questions and Answers" Sham 69 song, 1979 "Questions and Answers" Biffy Clyro song, 2003 "Questions and Answers", a song by Nektar from Remember the Future, 1973 Questions & Answers album, by The Sleeping, 2006

                                               

Eradication

The word Eradication is derived from Latin word "radix" which means "root". It may refer to: Genocide, the deliberate, systematic destruction of an ethnic, religious or national group of people Eradication of infectious diseases, the reduction of ...

                                               

Jaggy

Jaggy may refer to: Theres No Such Thing as a Jaggy Snake, a song by Biffy Clyro Jaggy Shivdasani born 1958, Indian bridge player Jaggies, in computer graphics, the stairlike lines that appear where there should be smooth straight lines or curves

                                               

Dawn chorus

Dawn chorus may refer to: Dawn chorus electromagnetic, an electromagnetic wave phenomenon Dawn chorus birds, when songbirds sing at the start of a new day

                                               

Gyroscope (disambiguation)

A gyroscope is a device for measuring or maintaining orientation, based on the principle of conservation of angular momentum. Gyroscope may also refer to: Gyroscope automobile, an American brass era car 1908–1909 Vibrating structure gyroscope, fu ...

                                               

1969 (disambiguation)

1969 was the 69th year of the 20th century. 1969 may also refer to: 1969 Pink Martini and Saori Yuki album, 2011 1969 Julie Driscoll album, 1971 1969 TV series, a docuseries on ABC "1969", a song from Keith Stegalls 1996 album, Passages 1969 EP, ...

                                               

Afterglow (disambiguation)

An emission after an excitation; see phosphorescence Afterglow gamma ray burst, fainter, fading, longer wavelength emission after a gamma ray burst Afterglow plasma, concept in plasma physics Afterglow drug culture, concept in drug culture

                                               

Gods Plan

Plan of salvation, a Christian concept describing Gods plan to save humanity Gods plan, or the Will of God Plan of salvation Latter Day Saints, a Latter Day Saints principle on Gods plan to save, redeem, and exalt humankind Salvation, the saving ...

                                               

Bow Down (disambiguation)

Bow Down, the debut studio album by American West Coast hip hop/gangsta rap supergroup Westside Connection "Bow Down" song, the lead single from the Westside Connection album of the same name "Bow Down", a song by KSI and Randolph from the 2019 a ...

                                               

Dead air (disambiguation)

Dead air is an unintended interruption in a broadcast during which the carrier signal is unmodulated. Dead Air may also refer to: Dead Air 2009 film, a 2009 zombie-themed film A campaign in the game Left 4 Dead Dead Air, a 1986 novel by mystery a ...

                                               

Ultraista (album)

Ultraista is the eponymous debut studio album by British experimental rock band Ultraista. It was released 2 October 2012 under Temporary Residence Limited. The first single, "Smalltalk", was released 9 May 2012. On 22 November 2019, a deluxe ver ...

                                               

Whats Going On

Whats Going On may refer to: Whats Going On book, a 1997 book collection by Nathan McCall Whats Going On TV series, an American game show Whats Going On?, a 2008 tour by British comedian Mark Steel

                                               

Another Night

Another Night may refer to: "Another Night" Real McCoy song, title song Another Night Real McCoy album Another Night The Hollies album, 1975 "Another Night", 1982 song from the Bucks Fizz album Are You Ready "Another Night", 1976 song from the Ca ...

                                               

Love Will Find a Way

Love Will Find a Way may refer to: "Love Will Find a Way" Yes song 1987 "Love Will Find a Way" 1990, a song by Donovan from Rising "Love Will Find a Way" Pablo Cruise song 1978 "Love Will Find a Way" Bardot song 2002 "Love Will Find a Way", a son ...

                                               

Change Your Mind

"Change Your Mind" Earth, Wind & Fire song, a song by Earth, Wind & Fire "Change Your Mind", an unreleased song by Kylie Minogue "Change Your Mind", a song by Raffaele Riefoli "Change Your Mind" Sharpe & Numan song, a song by Bill Sharpe and Gary ...

                                               

Feels Like Heaven

Feels Like Heaven may refer to: "Feels Like Heaven", a 1992 duet by Peter Cetera and Chaka Khan, from Ceteras fourth solo album, World Falling Down "Feels Like Heaven", a 1976 song by soft rock band Easy Street "Feels Like Heaven", a 1984 song by ...

                                               

Act of God (disambiguation)

JLA: Act of God, a DC Comics series Acts of God James BeauSeigneur novel, a 2003 science fiction novel An Act of God, a play by David Javerbaum Acts of God, a 2001 novel by Mary Morris

                                               

Son of a gun (disambiguation)

Son of a gun is a slang term used to express approval, disparagement or surprise. Son of a Gun may refer to: In television: The Son of a Gunn Show, a New Zealand childrens TV show "Son of a Gun", an episode of MythBusters "Son of a Gun" Homicide: ...

                                               

Stick to Your Guns

Stick to Your Guns may refer to: Stick to Your Guns film, a 1941 Western film "Stick to Your Guns", a 1981 song by Motley Crue from the album Too Fast for Love "Stick to Your Guns", a 2016 song by George Watsky from the album x Infinity "Stick to ...

                                               

Brain Pain

Brain Pain is the seventh studio album by Massachusetts pop punk band Four Year Strong, released on February 28, 2020. It was the bands first studio album in nearly five years. The album was announced on January 14, 2020, accompanied by the relea ...

                                               

Heaven Sent

"Heaven Sent" Doctor Who, an episode of the ninth series of Doctor Who Heavent Sent 2015 film, a film directed by Gary Entin Heaven Sent 1979 film, a Japanese film starring Tsunehiko Watase Heaven Sent 1994 film, a film featuring Mary Elizabeth M ...

                                               

Under Control

Under Control may refer to: "Under Control", a song by Tom Pearman "Under Control", a song by Ellie Goulding from the album Halcyon Days "Under Control" Calvin Harris and Alesso song, 2013 "Under Control", a song by The Strokes from the album Roo ...

                                               

Im Not Alone (disambiguation)

Im Not Alone is a 2009 song by Calvin Harris. Im Not Alone may also refer to: "Im Not Alone", a song by Disperse "Im Not Alone", a song by Shane Wiebe "Im Not Alone", a song by Jazzfeezy Presents: Unveiling the Rapture "Im Not Alone", a song by T ...

                                               

Human touch

Human touch may refer to: Haptic communication, the study of touching behaviour Touching or physical intimacy Human Touch film, a 2004 film directed by Paul Cox Touch, one of the sensations processed by the human somatosensory system

                                               

Labor of Love

Labor of Love 2015 film, an upcoming film Labour of Love play, a 2017 play by James Graham "Labor of Love" Once Upon a Time, an episode of Once Upon a Time Labor of Love 1998 film, a 1998 television film Labor of Love TV series, a Fox Broadcastin ...

                                               

All Things Must Pass (disambiguation)

"All Things Must Pass" song, the 1970 albums title track; first recorded by Billy Preston under the name "All Things Must Pass" "All Things Must Pass", song by The Waterboys from their CD single "Everybody Takes a Tumble" 2007 "All Things Must Pa ...

                                               

Die Stromms

die Stromms are a Texas southern celtic punk rock band originating from Dallas, Texas that was started in 2015 by Kane Kelly using the alias Killer Stromm. Rooted in celtic/folk punk rock and post-punk, die Stromms are influenced by bands and art ...

                                               

I Love Yous

I Love Yous is a song by American singer Hailee Steinfeld, released on March 26, 2020, by Republic Records. The song samples "No More I Love Yous" by Annie Lennox, thus David Freeman and Joseph Hughes are credited as songwriters. The song was pro ...

                                               

Bitter Pill

Albums Bitter Pill album, 2015 album by Irish singer-songwriter Gavin James Songs "The Bitter Pill" Warrant song, 1992 "The Bitter Pill", a song by The Pineapple Thief from the 2003 album Variations on a Dream "This Bitter Pill", a song by Dashbo ...

                                               

Stole

Stole may refer to: "Stole" song, a 2002 song by American singer Kelly Rowland "Stole", a 2015 song by British singer Anne-Marie The past tense of steal

                                               

Speak Your Mind (disambiguation)

"Speak Your Mind", song by Glenn Hughes from Feel "Speak Your Mind", song by Kevin Moore from Rainmaker "Speak Your Mind", song by 12 Stones from Potters Field "Speak Your Mind", song by Joe Firstman from The War of Women "Speak Your Mind", song ...

                                               

All We Need Is Love (disambiguation)

"All We Need Is Love" is a 2014 song by Australian singer Ricki-Lee Coulter. All We Need Is Love may also refer to: "All We Need Is Love Christmas in the Yard", a song by The Big Yard Family featuring Shaggy from Now Thats What I Call Christmas! ...

                                               

Jet Lag (disambiguation)

Jet lag is a physiological syndrome. Jet Lag may also refer to: Jet Lag Josiah Wolf album, 2010 Jetlag Productions, an American animation studio "Jet Lag" song, a 2011 song by Simple Plan "Jet Lag", a 2002 song by Brendan Benson, from the album L ...

                                               

Miss You 2

Miss You 2 is a song by English singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin and Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt, released on 3 January 2020 through Never Fade Records and AWAL.

                                               

Angel Tears

"Angel Tears" song, a song by Barrie-James ONeill. Angel Tears duo, an Israeli-UK fusion electronica duo. "Angel Tears", a song by Pelican from the album Australasia album.

                                               

Blue Monday

"Blue Monday" Fats Domino song, a 1950s song first recorded by Smiley Lewis and popularized by Fats Domino Blue Monday band, a Vancouver hardcore punk band "Blue Monday" White Lion song, a 1991 instrumental by White Lion guitarist Vito Bratta "Bl ...

                                               

Reach for the Sky (disambiguation)

Reach for the Sky is a 1956 film starring Kenneth More as Douglas Bader. Reach for the Sky may also refer to: Reach for the Sky The Allman Brothers Band album Reach for the Sky Ratt album Reach for the Sky 2001 film, a film about pilots in the Is ...

                                               

Call on Me

"Call on Me", by Andy Bell from Non-Stop "Call on Me", by Jody Watley from Affairs of the Heart "Call on Me" Tanya Tucker song, 1989 "Call on Me", by Eddie Money from Life for the Taking "Call on Me", by Bad Company from Straight Shooter "Call on ...

                                               

Masochism (album)

Masochism is the upcoming second studio album by American singer-songwriter Sky Ferreira. Following the release of her long-delayed debut album, Night Time, My Time, Ferreira announced her follow-up, titled Masochism, shortly thereafter. The albu ...

                                               

A Pox on the Pioneers

The theme of the album is "heroic failure." Weatherall said, "In rock n roll and art, we love our artists to have suffered, because the more the suffering the better medicine for us when we read it and the more inspiring it is." From a lyrical st ...

                                               

Does to Me

Does to Me is a song recorded by American country music singers Luke Combs and Eric Church. Co-written by Combs along with Ray Fulcher and Tyler Reeve, it is the third single from Combss 2019 album What You See Is What You Get.

                                               

State of the Heart (Philip Bailey song)

State of the Heart is a song by American singer-songwriter Philip Bailey released as a single in April 1986 by Columbia Records. The song reached No. 20 on the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart.

                                               

I Know (Philip Bailey song)

I Know is a song by American singer-songwriter Philip Bailey released as a single in 1983 by Columbia Records. The song reached No. 10 on the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart.

                                               

Sleepwalking (disambiguation)

Sleepwalking Memphis May Fire album, 2009 Sleepwalking Jonathan Bree album, 2018 Sleepwalking Rae & Christian album, 2001 Sleepwalking Magnum album, 1992 Sleepwalking EP, a 1995 EP by Ammonia Sleepwalking Gerry Rafferty album, 1982

                                               

On a Night Like This (disambiguation)

"On A Night Like This", song by Eddy Arnold, written Steven Dale Jones & Bud McGuire 1993 "On A Night Like This", hit single by The Shadows, written John David 1984 "On A Night Like This", song by Gerry Rafferty "On A Night Like This", song by Da ...

                                               

Tears in the Rain (disambiguation)

Tears in the Rain a Pop song by Scottish singer Maggie Reilly Tears in the Rain can also refer to: Tears in the Rain, a country song from the Tim McGraw album Tim McGraw Tears in the Rain, a hard rock song from the Triumph album Classics Triumph ...