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The Lost Weekend

The Lost Weekend novel, a 1944 novel by Charles R. Jackson The Lost Weekend film, a 1945 film adaptation of the novel "The Lost Weekend" Dawsons Creek, an episode of Dawsons Creek "The Lost Weekend" The Cosby Show, an episode of The Cosby Show "T ...

Burn It Up

Burn It Up may refer to: "Burnitup!", a 2015 song by Janet Jackson featuring Missy Elliott, from Unbreakable "Burn It Up" Wanna One song", 2017 "Burn It Up", a 2009 song by Jessie James from her eponymous album "Burn It Up", a 1991 song by Wild H ...

Light at the End of the Tunnel (disambiguation)

Light at the End of the Tunnel may refer to: Light at the End of the Tunnel, a 1991 album by B. B. Watson "Light at the End of the Tunnel" song, a 1991 song by B. B. Watson "The Light at the End of the Tunnel Is the Light of an Oncoming Train", a ...

Big Girls Dont Cry

"Big Girls Dont Cry" The Four Seasons song, 1962 "Big Girls Dont Cry" Fergie song, 2007 Big Girls Dont Cry The Weather Girls album, 1986 Big Girls Dont Cry Lynn Anderson album, 1968 "Big Girls Dont Cry" Lynn Anderson song, 1968

The Hills

The Hills may refer to: The Hills TV series, an American reality television series that aired from 2006–2010 The Hills: New Beginnings, the sequel series that premiered in 2019 Neighborhoods within the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles, Calif ...

Promises Lynn Anderson album)

Promises, Promises is a studio album by American country music artist Lynn Anderson. It was released in December 1967 via Chart Records. It was co-produced by Lloyd Green and Slim Williamson. The album was Andersons second studio album issued in ...

Liftoff

Lift-off microtechnology, a fabrication technique Reduction of fuel input in a car as in lift-off oversteer Takeoff, the first moment of flight of an aerospace vehicle Flame lift-off, a separation of flame from burner device

Blue Orchid (disambiguation)

Hybrids between this species and other genera in subtribe Zygopetalinae are also known for having blue or nearly blue flowers Aganisia cyanea, an orchid species from Latin America Bletilla striata, a species of orchid from East Asia. A few variet ...

I Am the Greatest

I Am the Greatest or Im the Greatest may refer to: I Am the Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali, a cartoon television series featuring and voiced by Muhammad Ali I Am the Greatest Cassius Clay album 1963, or its title song "I am the greatest ...

Comfort zone (disambiguation)

Circumstellar habitable zone, the region in a star system where an Earth-like planet can maintain liquid water on its surface Thermal comfort, a term used in association with comfort zones in building construction

I Surrender

"I Surrender", a 2012 song by Hillsong Live from the album Cornerstone "I Surrender", a 2016 song by All Sons & Daughters from the album Poets & Saints "I Surrender" Celine Dion song, 2002 "I Surrender" David Sylvian song, 1999 "I Surrender" To t ...

The Way We Were (disambiguation)

The Way We Were Andy Williams album, 1974 The Way We Were Barbra Streisand album, 1974 "The Way We Were" song, the title song from the film "The Way We Were", a song by XX Teens from Welcome to Goon Island The Way We Were A House album, 2002 The ...

Prisoners of Love

Prisoners of Love may refer to: Prisoners of Love 1921 film, an American silent film starring Betty Compson Prisoners of Love: A Smattering of Scintillating Senescent Songs: 1985–2003, a compilation album by Yo La Tengo "Prisoners of Love" Danny ...

The Inevitable Album

The album has original tracks written for Jinkx Monsoon by her music collaborator Richard Andriessen. Fred Schneider is featured on two of the tracks. According to David Clarke of Broadway World, the tracks "come across as both a homogenous and e ...

Neil Young (disambiguation)

Neil Young is a Canadian singer/song riter and guitarist. Neil Young may also refer to: Neil Young footballer, born 1979, Australian football goalkeeper Neil Young video game executive, former Electronic Arts executive, and founder and CEO of ngm ...

Young Man with a Horn

Young Man with a Horn may refer to: "Young Man with a Horn" CSI episode, a ninth season episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Young Man with a Horn novel, a novel by Dorothy Baker, loosely based on the life of Bix Beiderbecke Young Man With A ...

Youngbloods (The Amity Affliction song)

Youngbloods is a song recorded by Australian metalcore band the Amity Affliction in 2010. It was included as the title track on their second studio album. A music video was released in July 2011

Temperature (disambiguation)

Temperature is a physical quantity that expresses hot and cold. Closely related are: Normal human body temperature Color temperature Thermodynamic temperature Effective temperature The term may also refer to: Temperature game theory, a measure of ...

Beechwood Park

Beechwood Park may refer to: Places Beechwood Park School, a school based in the mansion Beechwood Park, Newport, a park in Newport, Wales Beechwood Park mansion, a building near Markyate, England Beechwood Park, Nova Scotia, a suburb of Halifax, ...

Lovers Leap (disambiguation)

A Lovers Leap, or Lovers Leap, is a toponym given to a number of locations of great height. Lovers Leap or Lovers Leap may also refer to:

Ive Got Your Number

Ive Got Your Number or I Got Your Number may refer to: Ive Got Your Number novel, 2012 novel by Sophie Kinsella Ive Got Your Number film, 1934 film

No Love at All

"No Love at All" is a song written by Johnny Christopher and Wayne C. Thompson. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in June 1970 via Columbia Records.

Mene (disambiguation)

Chris Mene, New Zealand discus thrower Bernice Mene, New Zealand netball player Sally Mene, New Zealand discus and javelin thrower Pierre-Jules Mêne, French-American sculptor

Thats a No No

"Thats a No No" is a song written by Ben Peters. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in July 1969 via Chart Records.

Stay There, Till I Get There

"Stay There, Till I Get There" is a song written by Glenn Sutton. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in February 1970 via Columbia Records.

There Was Jesus

"There Was Jesus" is a song by American Christian rock musician Zach Williams and American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. It was released on October 3, 2019, as the second single from Williams album, Rescue Story.

Our House Is Not a Home (For Its Never Been Loved In)

"Our House Is Not a Home is a song written by Shirley Mayo and Curly Putman. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in February 1969 via Chart Records.

Diva (Akina Nakamori album)

Diva is the twenty third studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori and final studio album to be released during the 2000s. It was released on 26 August 2009 under the Universal Music Japan label. The album includes music producers from the U ...

Paid My Dues (NF song)

Paid My Dues is a song by American rapper NF, released on December 3, 2019. It was written and produced by the lead artist and Tommee Profitt, as well as Cole Walowac and Saint X having songwriting and producing credits, respectively. The song di ...

He Aint You

"He Aint You" is a song written by Jeff Barry, Brad Burg, Lisa Hartman and Dene Hofheinz. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in August 1977 via Columbia Records.

Mamacita (Mark Medlock song)

Mamacita is the first single release from Mark Medlocks debut album Club Tropicana. The single was released on 24 April 2009. It is written, composed, arranged and produced by the German artist Dieter Bohlen.

Smile for Me (Lynn Anderson song)

"Smile for Me" is a song written by Rory Bourke. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in February 1974 via Columbia Records.

The Beach Boys (disambiguation)

The Beach Boys, a 1985 edition of the 1978 biography The Beach Boys and the California Myth written by David Leaf The Beach Boys, a 1979 biography of the band written by Byron Preiss Beach Boy, a 1997 novel by Ardashir Vakil

Sunrise (GFriend song)

Sunrise is a song recorded by South Korean girl group GFriend for their second studio album Time for Us. It was also released as the groups second Japanese single and was later included in their debut Japanese studio album Fallin Light.

Loveship

Loveship is a collaboration single by South Korean singers Paul Kim and Chungha released on January 21, 2020, by MNH Entertainment and Neuron Music and distributed by Kakao M. The acoustic version was released on January 29, 2020.

Time Regained

Time Regained could refer to: Time Regained film, a 1999 French film based on Prousts work "Gefundene Zeit Time Regained", a song on the 1984 album Geschenk des Augenblicks – Gift of the Moment by German keyboardist Hans-Joachim Roedelius Time Re ...

Look Down, See Us

Look Down, See Us is the second EP by Trickfinger, the alias of musician John Frusciante, released March 29, 2020 at the launch of the Evar Records label. The four songs were recorded more recently than the first two full-length Trickfinger albums.

Tomasa del Real

Valeria Cisternas, better known by her stage name Tomasa Del Real, is a Chilean singer, composer, and reggaeton artist. She is regarded as a pioneer of Neoperreo, a social-media inspired offshoot of reggaeton. As such, many refer to her as "La Re ...

Altogether (Turnover album)

Altogether is the fourth studio album by Turnover. The album was written by Turnover and producer Will Yip and recorded at Studio 4 Recording in Pennsylvania; it was mastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound NYC with artwork and photograph collabo ...

Virile (song)

"Virile" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Moses Sumney. It was released on November 14, 2019, as the lead single from his second studio album Græ through Jagjaguwar. The song was written by Sumney alongside industrial rock duo, YV ...

Usi

Usi is an album by Czech band Uz jsme doma. It was released in 1999 via Skoda Records. The record was somewhat of an American breakthrough for the band, and also marked the first time that they had worked with an American producer. A tour in supp ...

Moanin at Midnight

Moanin at Midnight is a blues song written and recorded by Howlin Wolf in 1951. The recording was released on Chess Records as his debut single. It charted on Billboard s R&B chart, but the B-side, "How Many More Years," became the popular si ...

Moments Passed

Moments Passed is a song by Irish singer-songwriter and musician Dermot Kennedy. It was released as a single on 19 September 2017. The song features on his compilation album, Dermot Kennedy, his debut studio album Without Fear, and EP Mike Dean P ...

Tumbling into the Dawn

Tumbling into the Dawn is the third studio album by Australian independent singer-songwriter, Lior. The album was released in October 2010 and peaked at number 26 on the ARIA Charts. "I Thought I Could Sing On My Own" was released in July 2010 as ...

Step by Step (Chisato Moritaka album)

Step by Step is the ninth studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka, released on July 25, 1994. This was Moritakas first album under One Up Music. The album features the song "Kaze ni Fukarete", which became her first No. 1 hit ...

A Child Is Born

A Child Is Born may refer to: A Child Is Born radio play, a poetic Christmas drama 1942 A Child Is Born film, a 1939 film written by Robert Rossen A Child Is Born book, a photographic book by Lennart Nilsson 1965

All the Kings Horses (Lynn Anderson song)

"All the Kings Horses" is a song written by Johnny Cunningham. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in January 1976 via Columbia Records.

Inclination (album)

Inclination is a compilation album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on March 24, 1994 by MCA Victor to commemorate the 10th anniversary of her music career. The album compiles her singles and most popular songs from 1983 to 199 ...

Starz (Yung Lean album)

Starz is the fourth studio album by Swedish rapper and singer Yung Lean. It was released on May 15, 2020 by the label YEAR0001 and was executively produced by Whitearmor.

Popular Monster

Popular Monster is a song by American rock band Falling in Reverse. It was released on November 20, 2019. The music video for the song has more than 16 million views on YouTube. The song has over 30 million plays on Spotify. The song is currently ...