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On the Radio

On the Radio may refer to: "On the Radio: Greatest Hits Volumes I & II" Donna Summer Album, 1979 "On the Radio", a song from Thunders 2008 album, Bang! "Shit on the Radio", a song by Robbie Williams from his album Take the Crown "On the Radio" Do ...

Waiting for the Night

Waiting for the Night may refer to: "Waiting for the Night" song, a song by Nelly Furtado Waitin for the Night, a 1977 album by The Runaways, or the title song "Waiting for the Night", a song by Depeche Mode from their 1990 album Violator, covere ...

Promiscuous (disambiguation)

Promiscuous may refer to behavior that is indiscriminate. While mainly used in social context to refer to sexual behavior, it is also used in a technical sense in a number of fields such as data flow and control, signalling, connectivity, and a r ...

Maybe Tomorrow

"Maybe Tomorrow", a song by Mesh STL "Maybe Tomorrow", a song by Sixpence None the Richer from This Beautiful Mess "Maybe Tomorrow" The Iveys song 1968 "Maybe Tomorrow", a song by Terry Bush from the second revival of The Littlest Hobo "Maybe Tom ...

Up to You

"Up to You", song by Boz Scaggs single from Boz Scaggs & Band 1972 "Up to You", song by Subseven Free to Conquer 2005 "Up to You", song by Section 25 single 1980 "Up to You", song by David Kitt from Not Fade Away David Kitt album "Up to You", son ...

Stay Young

"Stay Young Gallagher & Lyle song", a song by Gallagher & Lyle, notably covered by Don Williams in 1983 "Stay Young Strata song", a single by Strata from their 2007 album, Strata Presents The End of the World "Stay Young", a song by Coloured Ston ...

Novocaine (disambiguation)

"Novocaine" features on the bonus disc added to Switchblade Symphonys 1995 album Serpentine Gallery when it was re-released in 2005 "Novacane" song, a song by Frank Ocean and the 2011 mixtape Nostalgia, Ultra "Novocaine", a song by Fall Out Boy o ...

Fifth Element

Aether classical element, the mythical fifth classical element, also known as quintessence Boron, the modern element with atomic number 5 on the periodic table

Medication (disambiguation)

Medication, strictly speaking the act of administering medicine, may refer in popular usage to: Drug, any chemical substance that alters normal bodily function Biologic medical products that are regulated like drugs Small molecule drugs Pharmaceu ...

Goodbye Girl

The Goodbye Girl is a 1977 film starring Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason. The Goodbye Girl or Goodbye Girl may also refer to: Goodbye Girl David Gates album The Goodbye Girl musical, a 1993 Broadway musical based on the film "The Goodbye Girl" ...

Say It Isnt So

Say It Isnt So may refer to: "Say It Isnt So", a song released in 1985 as a single by The Outfield from their album Play Deep "Say It Isnt So" Irving Berlin song, a 1932 song written by Irving Berlin "Say It Isnt So" Hall & Oates song, a 1983 sin ...

The Woman in Me

Woman in Me or The Woman in Me may refer to: "The Woman in Me Needs the Man in You", a song from this album The Woman in Me Shania Twain album, a 1995 album by Shania Twain Woman in Me Louise album, a 1997 album by Louise Redknapp "The Woman in M ...

Straight to the Heart

Straight to the Heart may refer to: Straight to the Heart Crystal Gayle album, 1986 "Straight to the Heart" song, the title track Straight to the Heart David Sanborn album, 1984, or the title track "Straight to the Heart", an episode of the TV se ...

Counting Sheep (disambiguation)

Counting sheep is a way to fall asleep Counting Sheep may also refer to: "Counting Sheep" Safia song "Counting Sheep", song by Glass Cloud from The Royal Thousand "Counting Sheep Around the World", Crystal Gayles album dedicated solely to childre ...

I Saw an Angel Die

"I Saw an Angel Die" is a song written and performed by American singer-songwriter Bobbie Gentry. It was released on September 11, 1967, as the second single from her debut album Ode to Billie Joe. The song was produced by Kelly Gordon and featur ...

My Town

My Town may refer to: My Town TV series, a 1986 American drama series Mytown organization Multicultural Youth Tour of Whats Now, a youth organization in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. MyTown video game, a game app for the iPhone/iPod Touch In music: ...

Hey Mr. DJ (disambiguation)

Hey Mr. DJ may refer to: A common refrain of the songs "Pon de Replay" by Rihanna and "Music" by Madonna "Hey Mr. DJ", a 2002 single by Van Morrison, from the album Down the Road. "Slow Dance Hey Mr. DJ", a 1992 single released by R. Kelly, from ...

Obey

Obey may refer to: Obey Brainbombs album, a 1995 album by the Swedish band Brainbombs Andre the Giant Has a Posse, which spawned the OBEY Giant movement Obey Benedictum album, 2013 Obey Upon This Dawning song,2014 Obedience human behavior, the ac ...

Waiting for You

"Waiting for You", a song on the B-side of Andy Gibbs single "Desire" "Waiting for You", a musical piece in The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, composed by Kenny G "Waiting for You", a song on Corey Harts album Boy in the Box "Waiting for Y ...

Dont Say Goodbye

"Dont Say Goodbye", a song by Davichi from Love Delight "Dont Say Goodbye" Rick Astley song, 1987 "Dont Say Goodbye", a song by Milk Inc. 2014 Dont Say Good-Bye Melon Kinenbi song, a 2009 song by Melon Kinenbi "Dont Say Goodbye" Human Nature song ...

I Cant Stop Loving You (disambiguation)

I Cant Stop Loving You is a song by Don Gibson, also recorded by Ray Charles, Conway Twitty, Kitty Wells and others. I Cant Stop Loving You may also refer to: "I Just Cant Stop Loving You", song by Michael Jackson "Cant Stop Loving You", a song b ...

Slipping Away

Slipping Away or Slippin Away may refer to: "Slipping Away", a song by Stabbing Westward from Wither Blister Burn & Peel "Slipping Away" Moby song, 2006 "Slipping Away", a song by Gigolo Aunts from Everybody Happy "Slipping Away", a song by The G ...

Way Back Home

Way Back Home Bing Crosby album, 1951 "Way Back Home", a song from Princes album Art Official Age "Way Back Home", a single by Junior Walker and the All-Stars from their 1971 album Rainbow Funk The Way Back Home, an album by Vince Gill, 1987 "Way ...

Over You

Over You has several uses including: "Over You", by Paul Revere & The Raiders "Over You", by Aaron Neville "Over You" Lasgo song "Over You" Girlicious song "Over You" Anne Murray song "Over You" Miranda Lambert song "Over You" Gary Puckett & The ...

Hear Me Out

"Hear Me Out", song by Silverstein "Hear Me Out", song by Go Radio from their 2012 album Close the Distance "Hear Me Out", song by Don Cannon "Hear Me Out", song by Scuba Dice EP 2 "Hear Me Out", song by Ben Kweller from On My Way "Hear Me Out", ...

Girls Just Want to Have Fun (disambiguation)

"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" D:TNG episode, an episode from the second season of Degrassi The Next Generation "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" Xena, an episode in the television series Xena: Warrior Princess "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", an episode fr ...

Love Is a Sometimes Thing

Love Is a Sometimes Thing is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in June 1970 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was Andersons fourteenth studio album since signing with the Decca ...

Common Knowledge.com

Common Knowledge.com is the fourth studio album by Wax released in 1998. It combines an unreleased album dating back to 1984 with several new tracks.

The Cowboy and the Lady

The Cowboy and the Lady may refer to: Films: The Cowboy and the Lady 1938 film, featuring Gary Cooper and Merle Oberon The Cowboy and the Lady 1915 film, with S. Miller Kent and Helen Case The Cowboy and the Lady 1911 film, starring Alan Hale Sr. ...

Come and Get It

Come and Get It novel, a 1935 novel by Edna Ferber Come and Get It 1936 film, a 1936 adaption of the novel starring Joel McCrea, Edward Arnold and Frances Farmer Come and Get It 1929 film, a lost 1929 American silent action film

Vulnerable

"Vulnerable" Selena Gomez song, 2020 "Vulnerable" Pet Shop Boys song, 2009 "Vulnerable" song, a 1994 song by Roxette "Vulnerable" Secondhand Serenade song, 2007 "Vulnerable" Tinashe song, 2013 "Vulnerability" Operation Ivy song, 1989

Lazy eye

Strabismus, a disorder of ocular alignment in which the eyes aim in different directions Ptosis eyelid, drooping or falling of the upper or lower eyelid Amblyopia, a disorder of visual development in which the brain partially or wholly ignores in ...

My Song for You

"My Song For You", song by Dean Reed, written K. Svoboda, D. Reed 1977 "My Song for You" Demi Lovato song; Disney Channel Holiday Playlist "My Song for You" from Good Luck Charlie "My Song For You", song by The Mercey Brothers, Larry Mercey 1970 ...

Predictable

Predictable may refer to: "Predictable" Good Charlotte song, 2004 Something which shows predictability "Predictable", a song by The Mr. T Experience from their 1988 album Night Shift at the Thrill Factory "Predictable", a song by Korn from their ...

There Is a River

There Is a River: The Black Struggle for Freedom in America, a 1981 book by Vincent Harding There Is a River, an 1892 book by George Whitefield Chadwick There Is a River: The story of Edgar Cayce, a 1997 book by Thomas Sugrue, originally publishe ...

Good to Be Alive

Good to Be Alive may refer to: Good to Be Alive Long John Baldry album "Good to Be Alive", a song by Jason Gray from A Way to See in the Dark "Good to Be Alive", a song by The Pillbugs from Buzz for Aldrin Good 2b Alive, an album by Steelheart "G ...

The Look of Love

"The Look of Love" ABC song, 1982 "Look of Love" Lesley Gore song, 1964 "The Look of Love", a song by Frank Sinatra from Softly, as I Leave You "The Look of Love" Madonna song, 1987 "The Look of Love" 1967 song, a popular song written by Burt Bac ...

Treat Me Like a Lady

Treat Me Like a Lady may refer to: "Treat Me Like a Lady", song written by Bob Crewe, single from California Nights Lesley Gore album 1966, covered by The Tages "Treat Me Like a Lady", by Romeos Daughter Delectable album "Treat Me Like a Lady", s ...

5/4

5/4 may refer to: "5/4", an instrumental song by Rammstein from their 2002 single Mutter 5 4, a time signature containing five quarter notes per measure, see quintuple meter May 4 month-day date notation Just major third "5/4", a song with the ab ...

Starshine

Starshine may refer to: "Starshine", a song by Gorillaz from their album Gorillaz STARSHINE, acronym for Student Tracked Atmospheric Research Satellite Heuristic International Networking Experiment, a series of three artificial satellites The alm ...

Do Me a Favor

Do Me a Favour, or Do Me a Favor may refer to: Do Me a Favor film, a 1997 American film "Do Me a Favor", episode from Lotsa Luck American sitcom 1973–74 Do Me a Favour novel, a 1963 novel by Susan Hill

Listen Up

Listen Up album, an album by Hoku, 2008 "Listen Up", a song by Oasis from "Cigarettes & Alcohol" "Listen Up!" Gossip song, a single by the band the Gossip released in 2006 Listen Up!, an album by The Mood Elevator featuring Brendan Benson Listen ...

Walk Like a Man

"Walk Like a Man" Grand Funk Railroad song, 1973 "Walk Like a Man", a song by Bon Jovi from Lost Highway "Walk Like a Man", a song by Bruce Springsteen from Tunnel of Love "Walk Like a Man", a song by MURS from Murs 3:16: The 9th Edition "Walk Li ...

Carioca (Raphael Gualazzi song)

Carioca is a song by Italian singer and pianist Raphael Gualazzi. The song was released as a digital download and for streaming on 5 February 2020 by Sugar Music as the lead single from his fifth studio album Ho un piano. The song peaked at numbe ...

Thats What Im Talking About (disambiguation)

Thats what Im talking about is a phrase used to express enthusiastic support for whatever "that" refers to in context. It is used as a title in many works: Thats What Im Talking About, the debut album by Australian singer Shannon Noll, released o ...

Boys like You

Boys like You may refer to: "Boys like You", song by Leona Naess from I Tried to Rock You But You Only Roll, 2001 "Boys Like You", song by Anna Clendening "Boys like You", song by Brenda K. Starr from I Want Your Love, 1985 "Boys Like You", song ...

Sweetener (disambiguation)

A sweetener most commonly refers to a sugar substitute, also known as an artificial sweetener. Sweetener also refer to: Glucose, or dextrose Fructose, or fruit sugar Sugar Sugar alcohol Sucrose, or glucose-fructose, commonly called table sugar Ag ...

Lost (Dermot Kennedy song)

Lost is a song by Irish singer-songwriter and musician Dermot Kennedy. It was released as a single on 6 February 2019 as the third single from his debut studio album Without Fear. The song peaked at number 26 on the Irish Singles Chart. The song ...

Every Time

Every Time or Everytime may refer to: Every Time: "Every Time", B-side of the 1993 Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark single "Everyday" "Every Time", a 1986 song by Munchener Freiheit Every Time Pam Tillis album, 1998 "Every Time" Janet Jackson so ...

Electric Avenue (disambiguation)

Previous name of Red Mile in Calgary, Alberta, Canada A dirt road that runs through the former location of Contoocook River Amusement Park, Penacook, New Hampshire, U.S. A street in Riverview, Michigan, U.S. A street in Seal Beach, California A s ...