Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Song of the Week #7

Usually, I am an avid XFM listener.  But in the office that kind of music isn't to everyone else's taste, much to my sadness! This means that we share the time, on my radio might I add, between XFM & Heart.  During the time that we started listening to Heart I have become addicted to some of the crappy & cheesy songs that they play. However, my view has now changed in regards to the crappy side of things, but all songs remain in the cheese on toast category. The majority of the songs played on this station were released waaaaay before I was born, but the poor people I work with still have to put up with my rendition of Karma Chameleon on a regular basis and are rather impressed with the fact that I know ALL of the words!

Anyways, my absolute favourite that they play is a little number by a Mr John Parr from 1985. It's the theme song to the film St Elmo's Fire and it's just so so good!



If this song was a fish it would be aaaa.....TUNA! (yeah I just regrettably went there with that joke!)  




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8 comments:

  1. really cool song! have a nice week!
    xx Kate

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  2. Always love a good music tip!
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    ashley
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  3. Hahaha. I do love cheesy music. Do you have a Flares where you are? There is nothing better than dancing to a bit of 70s and 80s. I think my fav cheesy song is this one - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Wz_9dVJ-Ew

    Corinne x
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    1. I have never heard of Flares in my life I have to say x

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  5. Hahah sweet joke. And when I listened to this I got shot right back into my childhood and my parents' Saturday night parties. Ohhh nostalgia

    xo Marlen
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