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26 Feb 2017
song form seventies
a female artist sang "Our Father who art in heaven"+
3 Jan 2017
i think 3 boys sing it, i dont remeber the lyrics but the song starts withoooooooh x2. they are playing instruments and i believe the video clip is set
up in a room.
10 Nov 2016
Slow song, female artist
Looking for a slow song by female artist played in my yoga class and haslyrics with oooooooh my lord or my own
7 Nov 2016
in the song the words
some of the words was. one sat alone beside the hiway begging his eyes were blind he could not see then jesus came
24 Aug 2016
Final trip to graveyard
There was a song written for the funeral of one of the Kingsmen singersmother's years ago that had these words in the lyrics. *One day the final trip
to the graveyard will be made. One day the final teardrop will fall.* Can
anyone give me the title of the song or a link to the actual song lyrics?
6 Aug 2016
Song that released between 2010 and 2015
The only thing I remember was a guy in the chorus saying "OUUUUuuu" and Ibelieve that note was autotuned. It went from high to low pitch. Sorry for the
lack of info+
The site http::/chart2000.com/ would be better for music from 2010-2015
23 Jun 2016
with the words: one kiss, two hearts, forever ..
4 Jun 2016
on and on now and then sometimes that's the way its always been
2 Jun 2015
I am trying to find a song which has a chorus which goes oh no or sung by(Ithink an American girl singer or group). +It was played around September
2003 so I presume it was a new release from them. +Please not it IS NOT Brenda
Russell with Piano in the Dark.
16 May 2015
name of song
im searching for a song I think late 70s or 80s sung by a girl and has the lyric ostracized guy" in it.
2 Apr 2015
Not sure what the song is, but I know somewhere towards the end of the music video from the 1990's are to girls dressed up in really sharp suits I think one is in an orange suit with short blond hair & the other is in a white suit, they both have hats on to match their suits and look like gangster ladies singing outside with a bunch of guys with nice old skool flashy cars & think they are singing about Oakland.
10 Nov 2014
need to find a song+
The lyrics go something like this: Oh well oh well well listen to them
. +It is rather an old song+
31 Oct 2014
I heard this song on the radio I think it was a kids program the song was with lyrics oh no I love my sister I thing between 1990 -1992
14 Aug 2014
One in million and everybody knows .... Your the love of my life+
Sounds like a black male singer . Lyrics along the lines of your the love of my life .... Your one in a million and everybody knows ...... Time period prob between 60's - 80' by the sound of it+
19 Jun 2014
Need to find a song
Oh darling if there is an everafter I'd like to take you there among the starts somewher
13 Jun 2014
70s song +
Some of the lyrics are . I see your body hanging over me . Chorus is there's only you and it repeats again+
2 Jun 2014
I am tring to find out who wrote or recorded a country song called 'Once'.
It is rather old.
The following artists had a hit (somewhere) with a song called "Once"
Jan Peerce (1951), Genevieve (1966) and Van Halen (1998)
3 Apr 2014
Oh Mother, How pretty the moon looks tonight...twas never so cunning before...
My mother used to sing this song to me when I was a little girl. Probably late 30's or early 40's.
She sang it to me whenever there was a quarter moon.
The song (and poem) was called "The New Moon" and is traditional, first
written down by Eliza Lee Follen in a book called "Little Songs".
In the Southern US this was recorded as "How Pretty the Moon Looks
Tonight" but it was never a hit.
28 Feb 2014
oh to be
its a love song, kinda folkish, something about being the kite in sky or hand in your pocket, etc
11 Jan 2014
im looking for the name of a song its about between this boy and his
older neighbor man the kid goes to college mom calls guys dies kid
comes home for funeral
26 Jun 2013
Back in early 40's I was a 6 yr old flower girl at a wedding. Apparently the name of the
bridegroom was Johnny. I was on the stage to sing a song of which all I remember was
"Oh Johnny, oh Johnny, how you can love. Oh Johnny, oh Johnny heavens above, you make my heart"
----and that is all I can remember. It would be so great to find the
music and the rest of the lyrics. Perhaps it was called "Oh Johnny".
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
We think the song you are after is "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!" which was a minor
hit for Elizabeth Brice in 1917 revived by The Andrews Sisters and
Orrin Tucker & his Orchestra in 1939/40.
The lyrics go:
Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny!
How you can love
Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny!
You make my sad heart jump with joy
And when you're near I just can't sit still a minute
I'm so, Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny!
Please tell me dear
What makes me love you so?
25 Nov 2012
date song written
when was 'only a beautiful picture in a beautiful golden frame
written and popularised - it is an old irish folk song - thank you
3 Nov 2010
Hi, I remember a soul band from the 80's and believe their name
was "One Love" of course I could be wrong. The lyrics in their
most popular song went; "I think we conquered the impossible, we
found a love that can survive, in a
world that's filled with pain and lies, we've found that truth without
compromise" I believe the year could have been 1984/5.
Can you help, can't find this group anywhere..... Was I dreaming?
No group called "One Love" had any hits anywhere in our lists (which
we suspect means they had no hits anywhere)
We've checked a few sources but can't find the lyrics
you mention either
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