Classic Rock

Hal Munro - You Got What It Takes / California Here I Come (Vinyl)

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  1. Oct 16,  · The wildly popular video was an esthetic marvel at the moment of its unveiling, and it propelled a-Ha not only to the top spot on the pop charts, but to a still-unbeaten record of eight wins at.
  2. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song You Really Got Me by Van Halen on iHeartRadio!
  3. You ain't showing me no love You just want me to show off Played the fool but I know now It could be "U.S." There's too many letters But it's only you, only you Only, only, only you, only you It could be "U.S." There's too many letters But it's only you, only you Only, only, only you, only you Boy, I wish that you would see This could be us Ooh.
  4. Lyrics. Van Halen Girl, you really got me now You got me so I don't know what I'm doin' Girl, you really got me now You got me so I can't sleep at night Girl, you really got me now You got me so I don't know where I'm goin', yeah Oh girl, you really got me now You got me so I can't sleep at night You really got me You really got me You really got me Please, don't ever let me be I only want to.
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  7. Feb 25,  · Probably the most famous non-Kinks version of About this sound "You Really Got Me" (help·info) was by the US hard rock band Van Halen, who recorded the song for their debut album, Van Halen. It was a popular radio hit, and helped jump-start the band's career, just as it had done for The Kinks 14 years earlier.
  8. "Got to Give It Up" is a song by American music artist Marvin Gaye. Written by the singer and produced by Art Stewart as a response to a request from Gaye's record label that he perform disco music, it was released in March Upon its release, it topped three different Billboard charts and became a worldwide success. Gaye sometimes used the song to open up his live concerts.
  9. Mercury MG/SR Duets Country Style: Waltz Of The Angels; Did I Ever Tell You; Not Even Friends --Looking Back To See; Yearning; If You Don't Somebody Else Will; When Two Worlds Collide; I Want To Be Where You're Gonna Be; Are You Mine; Baby (You've Got What It Takes); I Don't Hear You; Talk About Lovin' – w. Margie Singleton.

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