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Hello Friend (song)

Hello Friend is a song by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea that was released in 1986 as the third single from his eighth studio album On the Beach. The song was written by Rea, and produced by Rea and David Richards. For its release as a singl ...

                                               

Glory, Part Two

Glory, Part Two is a live EP from Planetshakers. Recorded during a "Praise Party" at SMART Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines, it was released on 3 April 2020 by Venture3Media.

                                               

A Day in the Death (disambiguation)

A Day in the Death is the eighth episode of the second series of British science fiction television series Torchwood. A Day in the Death may also refer to:

                                               

Free European Song Contest

The Free European Song Contest is an international song competition, organised by the German television network ProSieben and the production company Brainpool TV, with participants representing primarily European countries. The contest was simila ...

                                               

Gethsemane (disambiguation)

Gethsemane is a garden in Jerusalem believed to be the place where Jesus and his disciples prayed the night before the crucifixion. Gethsemane may also refer to: "Gethsemane", a song in the musical Jesus Christ Superstar "Gethsemane", a song by D ...

                                               

Last Time That I Checcd

Last Time That I Checcd is a song by American rapper Nipsey Hussle, released on January 19, 2018 as the second single from his album Victory Lap. It features YG and his first single to chart on the Billboard Hot 100.

                                               

Deep Thought

Deep Thought or Deep Thinking may refer to: Deep Thought The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, a fictional computer in The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Deep Thoughts album, or The Thought Remains the Same, 2000 compilation album consisting of s ...

                                               

Stars and Stripes Forever (disambiguation)

The Stars and Stripes Forever is a march by American composer John Philip Sousa. Stars and Stripes Forever may also refer to: "Stars and Stripes Forever", an assortment of action figures released by Toys "R" Us to celebrate the 15th anniversary o ...

                                               

No Chorus, Pt. 12

No Chorus, Pt. 12 is a song by American rapper BlocBoy JB featuring record producer Tay Keith. It was released on May 19, 2020, as the second single to his upcoming debut studio album.

                                               

Thea

Thea may refer to: An alternative spelling of Theia, a figure in Greek mythology Texas Higher Education Assessment, a test similar to the ACT and SAT Thea name, a feminine given name Thea TV series, a 1993 short-lived television series starring T ...

                                               

Ready, Willing, and Able

Ready, Willing, and Able can refer to: Ready, Willing, and Able 1937 song, a song by composer Richard Whiting and lyricist Johnny Mercer, introduced in the movie Ready, Willing, and Able film, a 1937 movie "Ready, Willing, and Able" Daron Norwood ...

                                               

Do Nothing

Do Nothing may refer to: Do nothing instruction AKA NOP or NOOP, in computer programming Do Nothing Congress, an epithet applied to the 80th United States Congress 1947–49 Do nothing grinder AKA Kentucky do-nothing, or do nothing machine, a novel ...

                                               

Spontaneous combustion (disambiguation)

Spontaneous combustion is the self-ignition of a mass, for example, a pile of oily rags. Allegedly, humans can also ignite and burn without an obvious cause; this phenomenon is known as spontaneous human combustion. Spontaneous Combustion is also ...

                                               

Waiting for the Sun (disambiguation)

Waiting for the Sun is a 1968 album by The Doors Waiting for the Sun may also refer to: "Waiting for the Sun", a song by the Australian hard rock band The Angels from their 2012 album Take It to the Streets Waiting for the Sun: Strange Days, Weir ...

                                               

White Line

"White Line", a song by Neil Young and Crazy Horse from the 1990 album Ragged Glory "White Lines" Dont Do It, a 1983 song by Melle Mel "White Lines" Rick Ross song The White Line, a 1950 Italian drama film by Luigi Zampa White Lines TV series Whi ...

                                               

OCahan

The OCahan were a sept of the Cenel nEogain branch of the Northern Ui Neill in medieval Ireland. The surname is now Anglicised as OKane. The OCahans originated in the Laggan district in the east of modern County Donegal, Republic of Ireland, and ...

                                               

Like I Love You (disambiguation)

"Like I Love You" is a 2002 song by Justin Timberlake. Like I Love You may also refer to: "L.I.L.Y. Like I Love You", a 2008 song by Kate Ryan "Like I Love You", a 1966 song by The Fifth Estate, written by Wayne Wadhams and Don Askew "He Dont Lov ...

                                               

Your Dog

Your Dog is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Soccer Mommy. The song was released on January 9, 2018 through Fat Possum Records, as the lead single from her debut studio album Clean.

                                               

One & Only (Astro song)

One & Only is a song recorded by South Korean boy group Astro. It was digitally released on February 23, 2020, by Fantagio Music and distributed by Interpark, and physically on March 13, 2020 as a limited edition. Its the groups first single album.

                                               

All I Ask

All I Ask may refer to: "All I Ask" Rosita Vai song 2005 All I Ask, romantic novel by Anne Weale 1964 "All I Ask", song by Opshop "All I Ask", song by Tok "All I Ask", song by Crowded House from Woodface 1991 "All I Ask", song by Rae & Christian ...

                                               

How Sweet It Is

How Sweet It Is may refer to: In music: "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved by You", a 1964 song by Marvin Gaye, covered by many artists How Sweet It Is Joan Osborne album, 2002 How Sweet It Is Jerry Garcia Band album, 1997 "How Sweet It Is", a song by ...

                                               

Clyde Bawden

Clyde Bawden was born and raised in Provo, Utah, where he worked in real estate, education, and performed missionary work. He moved his family to Mesa, Arizona where he began writing piano compositions and performing them for schools.

                                               

Unhappy

Unhappy may refer to: Unhappy consciousness, a philosophical concept popularized by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Unhappy numbers, a mathematical concept Unhappy triad, a knee injury an adjective denoting a person in a state of depression Unhappy ...

                                               

Synthesizer (disambiguation)

A synthesizer or synthesiser is a collection of electronic devices that modify or manipulate an electronically generated musical tone or sound source. Synthesizer or synthesiser may also refer to: Speech synthesizer, an electronic device or compu ...

                                               

Patti Page Song Souvenir

Patti Page Song Souvenir is a Patti Page LP issued by Mercury Records in 1954 as catalog number MG-25187. The orchestra was led by Jack Rael. Billboard reviewed the album on October 30, 1954 saying, inter alia,: Patti Page Sings for Romance – Pat ...

                                               

Best Kept Secret

Best Kept Secret may refer to: Best Kept Secret film Best Kept Secret novel, a novel by Jeffrey Archer Best Kept Secret production team Best Kept Secret festival "Best Kept Secret" song, a song by Didrik Solli-Tangen

                                               

Dont Fight It (The Panics song)

Dont Fight It is a song written and recored by Australian band, The Panics. It was released in August 2007 as the lead single from the bands third studio album, Cruel Guards. In January 2008, the song was voted in at number 10 on the Triple J Hot ...

                                               

Piss

Piss or pissing may refer to: Urination, the ejection of urine to the outside of the body Urine, a liquid by-product of the body that is secreted by the kidneys and excreted through the urethra Piss album, a 1993 album by Slank "Piss", a song by ...

                                               

Well Meet Again (disambiguation)

Well Meet Again is a 1939 song made famous by British singer Vera Lynn. Well Meet Again may also refer to: Well Meet Again novel, a 1999 novel by Mary Higgins Clark Well Meet Again TV series, a 1982 British television series Well Meet Again 1943 ...

                                               

Jumpsuit (disambiguation)

Jumpsuit may refer to: A 1941 World War II U.S. Army two piece parachutist uniform designed by William P. Yarborough that was modified as the M-1942 jumpsuit. It made a reappearance in 1963 as the Army tropical combat uniform, and later became th ...

                                               

Beer Cant Fix

Beer Cant Fix is a song recorded by American country music singers Thomas Rhett and Jon Pardi. It was released to country radio on January 6, 2020 as the third single from Rhetts fourth studio album Center Point Road. Rhett wrote the song with Ju ...

                                               

Limerick (disambiguation)

Limerick poetry, a form of verse, often humorous and sometimes rude, in five-line, predominantly anapestic meter, with a strict rhyme scheme of AABBA Limerick song, a traditional humorous drinking song with many obscene verses

                                               

Mankind

Mankind refers collectively to humans. Mankind may also refer to: Mankind: The Story of All of Us, a 2012 American documentary series Mankind born 1965, a later gimmick used by Mick Foley during parts of his tenure in World Wrestling Federation/W ...

                                               

Mother of pearl (disambiguation)

Mother of pearl is a common name for Nacre. It may also refer to: Mother of Pearl novel, a 1999 novel by Melinda Haynes Protogoniomorpha Common name of the Pleuroptya ruralis moth Common name for butterflies of the genera Salamis butterfly Common ...

                                               

Granite (disambiguation)

Granite Peak, either of two peaks by that name in British Columbia

                                               

Arethas Best

Arethas Best is a greatest hits compilation by Aretha Franklin released in 2001. This "best of" album contains 20 tracks which were recorded by Franklin from 1967-1987.

                                               

Generation X (disambiguation)

Generation X is the demographic cohort following baby boomers. Generation X may also refer to: Generation X 1965 book, a book on popular youth culture by Charles Hamblett and Jane Deverson Generation X band, a 1970s/1980s punk band fronted by Bil ...

                                               

Passive

Passive may refer to: Passive-aggressive behavior, resistance to following through with expectations in interpersonal or occupational situations Passive immunity, the transfer of active humoral immunity Passivity behavior, the condition of submit ...

                                               

Yesterdays Hero (disambiguation)

Yesterdays Hero is a 1979 film Yesterdays Hero may also refer to: Yesterdays Hero soundtrack, LP album from the film Yesterdays Hero "Yesterdays Hero Gene Pitney song", a 1964 single by Gene Pitney Composer: A. Schroeder, W. Gold, C. Spencer, A. ...

                                               

Power in One

Power in One is the ninth and final studio album by punk rock band Wipers, released in 1999 by Zeno Records. The album was written, produced and recorded by Sage at his own Zeno Studios in Phoenix, Arizona.

                                               

Dixie Flyer

Dixie Flyer train, a premier Chicago-to-Florida passenger train that ran from 1892 to 1966 over several railroads. Dixie Flyer automobile, an automobile built in Louisville, Kentucky from 1916 until 1923

                                               

Mega Hits!!

MEGA HITS!! is a compilation album by Japanese duo Pink Lady, released on February 22, 2006 to commemorate the duos 30th anniversary. The two-disc album features 12 of the duos classic songs and their karaoke versions, as well as a medley of the ...

                                               

Special needs (disambiguation)

Special education, educating students with special educational needs Special Needs Evacuation Tracking System, Texas Alternative education, includes a number of approaches to teaching and learning separate from that offered by mainstream traditio ...

                                               

Twilight Time

Twilight Time may refer to: "Twilight Time" song, a popular song, best known in the 1958 version by the Platters Twilight Time album, a 1993 album by Stratovarius, or the title song "Twilight Time" My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic episode, a s ...

                                               

Birthday suit (disambiguation)

"Birthday Suit," a song from The Weeknds unreleased leaked EP "The Noise" 2009 "Birthday Suit," a song from the Pleasure P album The Introduction of Marcus Cooper 2009 "Birthday Suit," a song performed by Johnny Kemp on the soundtrack of the 1989 ...

                                               

All of Us (disambiguation)

All of Us is a 2003 American sitcom. All of Us may also refer to: "All of Us" Junes Diary song, a 2016 song by Junes Diary All of Us initiative, a project run by the US National Institutes of Health Kulanu, an Israeli political party whose name t ...

                                               

Flying Solo

Flying Solo may refer to: Flying solo, the first solo flight A Single person is sometimes referred to as "Flying Solo" "Flying Solo", exhibit at The McLoughlin Gallery Flying Solo novel, a 1998 novel by Ralph Fletcher Flying Solo, a book by Leona ...

                                               

Four Fists

P.O.S and Astronautalis first met on the Warped Tour in 2004. Subsequently, the two started working together in secret as Four Fists. The groups name derives from one of the short stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald. In the 2000s, the two appeared on ...

                                               

Grace Under Pressure

Grace Under Pressure may refer to: Grace Under Pressure Rush album, a 1984 music album by Rush "Grace Under Pressure", an episode of the TV series Hill Street Blues celebrating a founding cast member who had died "Grace Under Pressure", song by E ...

                                               

Candy Cane Lane

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