Song of the Day

“Miracles” is a song written by Marty Balin and originally recorded by Jefferson Starship in 1975.

This is one of my favorite songs by Jefferson Starship.


50 Years of Hits — 2008

Here is a hit from 2008.

“Low” by Flo Rida

I only really paid attention to this song when my sister, Cynthia and I went on a cruise on 2015. The waiters in the dining room had a routine to this song. It was pretty cool.

50 Years of Hits — 2007

Here is a hit from 2007.

“Lost Without U” by Robin Thicke

Song of the Day

All for Love” (1993) from the soundtrack The Three Musketeers: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. It was performed by Bryan AdamsRod Stewart and Sting. 

I’ve always loved soundtracks to movies because they have all different kinds of music not them  

This song is one of my favorites from a movie.

Just listening to these three superstars singing is so cool.

I love Sting in this video  

Chart Flashback: 1989

​27 years ago, these were some of the hot hits.

My favorite is “Two Hearts” by Phil Collins.

1. Bobby Brown, ”My Prerogative”

2. Phil Collins, ”Two Hearts”

3. Poison, ”Every Rose Has Its Thorn”

4. Taylor Dayne, ”Don’t Rush Me”

5. Def Leppard, ”Armageddon It”

6. The Bangles, ”In Your Room”

7. Michael Jackson, ”Smooth Criminal”

8. Boys Club, ”I Remember Holding You”

9. Annie Lennox and Al Green, ”Put a Little Love in Your Heart”

10. Karyn White, ”The Way You Love Me”

Source: Joel Whitburn Presents The Billboard® Hot 100® Charts—The Eighties

50 Years of Hits — 2006

Here is a hit from 2006.

“Chasing Cars” by Snow Patrol

50 Years of Hits — 2005

Here is a hit from 2005.

“I Don’t Want To Be” by Gavin DeGraw

Thanks to “One Tree Hill” for making me listen to this song every show.

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