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Port Dover, Ontario

death_date '''Rory Dodd''' (b. Port Dover (Port Dover, Ontario), Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian rock vocalist who has performed many songs written by Jim Steinman. He is probably best known for singing the "Turn around, bright eyes" lyrics on Bonnie Tyler's version of "Total Eclipse of the Heart." DATE OF BIRTH PLACE OF BIRTH Port Dover (Port Dover, Ontario), Ontario, Canada DATE OF DEATH - 1812 Aug 8


Saginaw, Michigan

." * Bill Anderson and Don Wayne wrote a song entitled "Saginaw, Michigan (Saginaw, Michigan (song))" that has been covered by a dozen artists. Second Hand songs, origins and covers of "Saginaw Michigan". Cowboy


Warsaw

Giorgetto GiugiaroWalter de Silva (Walter de'Silva) Zbigniew Watson assembly Warsaw, Poland Cairo, Egypt Throughout most the 1950s, Tulikov continued to compose for all sorts of official ideological occasions, including Communist Party of the Soviet Union congresses, youth festivals, and professional conventions. Tulikov's style of optimism found its expression in such songs as "This is Us, the Youth!" ("Это мы, молодежь")(lyrics

by Lev Oshanin), written on the occasion of the 5th World Festival of Youth and Students held in Warsaw in 1955, "My Beloved Motherland" ("Родина любимая моя") (lyrics by Andrei Dostal), dedicated to the 40th Anniversary of the October Revolution in 1957. With time, Tulikov's style of mass-marching songs had undergone some substantial changes. In the beginning his marches were dynamic and energetic, strongly influenced by the mass songs of Isaak Dunayevsky


Kazakhstan

-M2 mission is the second attempt of almost the entire Foton-M1 experiment program which was lost due to launcher failure on 15 October 2002. During Khrushchev's "Virgin Soils" campaign of bringing the vast steppes of Kazakhstan and South Siberia into agricultural use, Tulikov composed another well known song, "Komsomol's Instruction" ("Комсомольская путевка") (lyrics by Tsezar Solodar), which declared: "On the go! On the go! The Komsomol


Jamaica

in the lyrics. For example, in the passage quoted above, the NYC Labor Chorus make several changes, including changing "Negro" to "African" and substituting "Jamaican" for "Litvak". Similarly, they add "Moslem (Islam)" to the list of religions. "Ballad For Americans" lyrics as given on the site of the NYC Labor Chorus. In a passage near the end that begins "Out of the cheating, out


Kiev

copied the stylistic manners of known actors, using the turns of fashionable tango (Tango (dance))s and other dances. He wrote songs of the "intimate genre" to be performed by Gipsy singer V. Shuysky: "The Bashful Tea Rose", "You Have Smiled at Me", "Warrant Officer Johns", and "Tango Dolores" (lyrics by P.German and O.Osenin). In 1917 he returned to Kiev, where he found work as an accompanist. In 1919, he worked at the "One-eyed Jimmy"


White House

;ref CT. "Vanessa Carlton — 'White Houses'". ''Billboard (Billboard magazine)''. August 21, 2004. Retrieved June 10, 2006. PopMatters magazine presented a much more negative summary of the song, by saying that it "basically sums up everything that's wrong with ''Harmonium'': An overly familiar vocal melody, juvenile "Dear Diary" lyrics (with lots of references to 'boys' plus


Puerto Rico

Morse graduated from Princeton University in 1979 with a degree in anthropology. He joined a band in New York City, called The Groceries, that played New Wave (New Wave music) and punk rock music with Caribbean musical style elements. Marx, Gary (2005). "Lyrics of Love and Haiti". ''Chicago Tribune''. Nov. 8, 2005. ref>


Italy

emigrated to Albany, New York when he was six. He worked as a ragtime player in Chicago before moving to New York. Monaco's first successful song "Oh, You Circus Day" was featured in the 1912 Broadway (Broadway theatre) revue ''Hanky Panky''. Further success came with "Row, Row, Row" (lyrics by William Jerome) in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1912 (Ziegfeld Follies). Perhaps his best remembered song is "You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It)&quot

- at Western Studios (United Western Recorders) in Los Angeles - in which Clark recorded the song not only in English but in French (France) as "C'est Ma Chanson" (lyrics by Pierre Delanoë who also felt the song a poor choice for Clark), German (Germany) as "Love, So Heisst Mein Song" (lyrics by Joachim Relin) and Italian (Italy) as "Cara Felicità" - lyrics by Ciro Bertini). In fact Clark did not wish to record the song in English as she disliked

; (lyrics by Joseph McCarthy (Joseph McCarthy (lyricist))) introduced by Al Jolson in 1913 and performed by Judy Garland with revised lyrics as "Dear Mr Gable" in 1937. Non-ratification The Anglo-Ottoman Convention was only part of a wider bargaining process and the complexities of the competing European commercial interests in the region prevented its ratification. Russia, France, and Germany (and later Italy) also had been pressing the Ottoman government


Northern Ireland

Social and political commentary, often embellished with Christian and spiritual imagery, are a major aspect of U2's lyrical content. Songs such as "


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