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Ill Try Living Like This

Ill Try Living Like This is the twelfth album by Vaporwave project Deaths Dynamic Shroud.wmv, part of the Ghost Diamond collective, released on May 15, 2015 to Bandcamp. Ill Try Living Like This features largely Korean track titles in contrast to ...

Tahiti (disambiguation)

Tahiti is an island in French Polynesia. Tahiti may also refer to: RMS Tahiti, an ocean liner launched in 1904 which operated as Port Kingston until 1911 and then as Tahiti until she sank in 1930. Tahiti, code name of the AMD Radeon GPU series ch ...

Ava Bahram

Ava Bahram is an Persian singer and songwriter. She was one of the students of Mohammad Sedghi goftar, known as Professor Ahmadzadeh, and gained her music knowledge by attending professor Ahmadzadehs classes. She is also a graduate of Agricultura ...

Institutionalization (disambiguation)

Institutionalize and related word forms may refer to: "Institutionalized" may mean having the institutional syndrome, the psychological and mental health effects of living for a long time in an institution or similar Institutionalisation in socio ...

Get Closer

Get Closer Linda Ronstadt album or the title song 1982 Get Closer Keith Urban album 2010 Get Closer Geva Alon album 2009 Get Closer Seals and Crofts album or the title song see below 1976

Black (Trivium song)

Black is a song by American metal band Trivium. The song was released as the third single from the bands fifth studio album In Waves. No music video was made for the song, but an official lyric video debuted on January 23, 2012 via Noisecreep. Th ...

Fact (disambiguation)

Fact law, a statement which is found to be true after hearing evidence Fact, a true proposition or something that makes a proposition true in philosophy; see truthmaker Fact, a verifiable and objective observation in science Fact data warehouse, ...

Understanding (Wallace Roney album)

Allmusics Matt Collar said Understanding, is an expansive, often swinging work that finds the trumpeter digging even deeper into the straight-ahead if no less adventurous sound of his recent releases. These are bluesy, harmonically layered modal ...

Shimmy (disambiguation)

A shimmy is a dance move Shimmy may also refer to: Shimmy, a common nickname for the Hebrew name Shimon Speed wobble, an oscillating instability in vehicle steering wheels Shimmy TV series, a belly dance instructional television series

Hows My Ex Treating You

Hows My Ex Treating You is a song written by Vic McAlpin and originally recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis, who released it as a single, with "Sweet Little Sixteen" on the other side, in 1962 on Sun Records. Hank Williams, Jr. released his version, soun ...

Come On In

Come On In may refer to: "Come On In", a song written by Bobby Braddock and first released by Jerry Lee Lewis on his 1977 album Country Memories Come On In, a 1998 album by R. L. Burnside "Come On In", a song by Rick Nelson from his live album In ...

Hed Still Love Me

"Hed Still Love Me" is a song written by Hugh X. Lewis and Glenn Sutton. It was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson and released as a single in November 1969 via Chart Records.

Weather (disambiguation)

MSN Weather, a weather service from Microsoft Weather Apple, a preinstalled weather forecasting app on iPhones The Weather Channel, an all-weather network owned by Entertainment Studios

Lets Talk About Us

Lets Talk About Us is a song written by Otis Blackwell and originally recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis, who released it as a single, with "The Ballad of Billy Joe" on the other side, in July 1959 on Sun Records. Billboard chose the single as a "spotli ...

Plum Island

Plum Island Light also known as Plum Gut Light, a lighthouse on Long Island, New York Plum Island Alaska, an island in Alaska, United States Plum Island New York, an island near Long Island, New York Plum Island Massachusetts, an island in Essex ...

42 Dugg

Dion Hayes, better known by his stage name 42 Dugg, is an American rapper. He is best known for his collaborations with rapper Lil Baby.

Fivio Foreign

Maxie Lee Ryles III, known by his stage name Fivio Foreign, is an American rapper and songwriter. In June 2019, he rose to fame with his single "Big Drip", which received a remix with American rappers Lil Baby and Quavo. He is signed to Mases Ric ...

Queen B

Queen B, a nickname for the former queen Beatrix of the Netherlands Queen B/Bey, a nickname for Beyonce Queen B, a nickname for Mel B Queen B, a nickname for South African TV and Radio personality Bonang Matheba Queen B/Bee, a nickname for Lil Ki ...

Download (disambiguation)

Download is transferring a file to or from another computer. Download may also refer to: Downloaded film, a 2013 documentary film Download band, a band with Cevin Key and Phil Western Download game show, a 2000–2002 Australian childrens game show ...

Shape up

Shape up may refer to: Shape-Up, a hair style "Shape Up", a 2001 song by Randys album The Human Atom Bombs "Shape Up!", a 2010 song on Club 8s album The Peoples Record Shape Ups, generically known as rocker bottom shoe Shape Up with Nancy Larson, ...

He Said, She Said

He Said, She Said refers to differing unsubstantiated accounts of an event from a man and a woman. As the title of a creative work, it may refer to the following topics:

Lindisfarne (disambiguation)

Lindisfarne, Tasmania, suburb of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia Lindisfarne, Montana, census-designated place in United States Lindisfarne, island linked to Northumberland, England

The Bitch Is Back (disambiguation)

The Bitch Is Back is a hard rock song by Elton John, written with Bernie Taupin, from his 1974 album Caribou. The Bitch Is Back may also refer to:

Rosetta Stone (disambiguation)

Rosetta Stone band, a British gothic-rock band formed in 1988 "Rosetta Stone", a 1992 song by Throwing Muses from Red Heaven Rosetta Stone 1970s band, a rock band formed in 1977 by Ian Mitchell

Salt lick (disambiguation)

Saltlick Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania Salt Lick Town, also known as Seekunk, a Mingo village destroyed by William Crawford during Dunmores War Salt Lick, Kentucky, a city in Bath County

Little Green

Little Green may refer to: Little Green, Surrey Little Green book, a book by Walter Mosley Little Green, Richmond, London Little Green, Nottinghamshire Little Green, Somerset Little Green, Suffolk Little Green, Greater Manchester, near Middleton. ...

Broken hearts (disambiguation)

Broken heart is a common metaphor for the intense emotional pain or suffering one feels after losing a loved one. Broken Hearts may also refer to: Broken Hearts film, a 2012 Indonesian film Broken Hearts, an 1875 blank verse play by W. S. Gilbert ...

Mind your own business (disambiguation)

Mind your own business is a common English saying. Mind your own business may also refer to: Mind Your Own Business: The Battle for Personal Privacy, a 1995 book by Gini Graham Scott "Mind Your Own Business" song, a 1949 song by Hank Williams Min ...

Grow Up

Grow Up may refer to: Progress toward psychological maturity Advance in age Grow Up video game, 2016 video game Grow Up book, a 2007 book by Keith Allen

365 (Loona song)

365 is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Loona. It was released on December 13, 2019, as a pre-release single from their second extended play.

Rainbow Girl (disambiguation)

Rainbow Girl is a fictional character and a DC Comics super heroine. Rainbow Girl or The Rainbow Girl may also refer to: "Rainbow Girl", song on 2009 album Butterflies and Elvis by Yohanna The Rainbow Girl film, 1917 silent film by Rollin S. Stur ...

Hold Me in Your Arms

Hold Me in Your Arms may refer to: Hold Me in Your Arms album, a 1988 album by Rick Astley "Hold Me in Your Arms" Rick Astley song, 1988 "Hold Me in Your Arms" by Brad Paisley "Hold Me in Your Arms" by Ray Heindorf, Charles Henderson and Don Pipp ...

Sorry Not Sorry

Sorry Not Sorry may refer to: "Sorry Not Sorry" Bryson Tiller song, a 2016 single from the debut studio album Trapsoul by American R&B singer Bryson Tiller "Sorry Not Sorry", a 2016 single from the second studio album, Memento Mori, by Americ ...

Lightweight (disambiguation)

Lightweight may refer to: Lightweight, a boxing weight class Light-weight process Light Weight Kernel Threads "Lightweight", a song by Demi Lovato from her album Unbroken Lightweight markup language Lightweight software Land Rover 1/2 ton Lightwe ...

Honky Tonk Angel

Honky Tonk Angel may refer to: Albums: Honky Tonk Angel, a 2009 album by the Topp Twins Honky Tonk Angel Patty Loveless album, a 1988 album by Patty Loveless Honky Tonk Angel Conway Twitty album, a 1974 album by Conway Twitty Honky Tonk Angels, a ...

Pity Party

"Pity Party", a 2013 song by Tricia from Radiate "Pity Party", a 2008 song by The Dopamines The Pity Party, a 1998 album by David Dondero "Pity Party of One", a 2013 song by Placebo from Loud Like Love "Pity Party", a 2009 song by Blockhead from ...

NDSS

NDSS may refer to the following: Niagara District Secondary School in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada North Delta Secondary School in Delta, British Columbia, Canada Niger Delta Science School in Port Harcourt, Nigeria Nanaimo District Secon ...

Undisputed

Undisputed film, a 2002 action-thriller-drama film Undisputed soundtrack, the soundtrack to the film Undisputed II: Last Man Standing, a 2006 American martial arts film Undisputed III: Redemption, a 2010 American martial arts film

I Cant Imagine (album)

I Cant Imagine is the thirteenth studio album by American country music singer/songwriter, Shelby Lynne. The album was released on May 5, 2015 by Rounder Records. It peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Folk Albums chart.

Saturday Night Special (disambiguation)

Saturday Night Special may refer to: Saturday Night Special album, a 1975 album by Norman Connors "Saturday Night Special" Conway Twitty song, 1988 "Saturday Night Special", a song by The Runaways from the album And Now. The Runaways Saturday nig ...

Travelling Man (disambiguation)

Travelling Man may refer to: "Travelling Man", a 2012 The Original Rudeboys single "Travelin Man", a song by Bob Seger off the 1975 album Beautiful Loser and Live Bullet 1976 "Traveling Man", a song by Dolly Parton off the 1973 album Bubbling Ove ...

God of Revival

God of Revival is a song by Bethel Music, Brian Johnson and Jenn Johnson which was released as the lead single from Bethel Musics twelfth live album, Revivals in the Air, on February 7, 2020. The song was written by Brian Johnson and Phil Wickham ...

Woman of the World

Woman of the World may refer to: Woman of the World/To Make a Man, 1969 album by Loretta Lynn "A Woman of the World", song by The Divine Comedy from Casanova "Woman of the World", song by Donald Byrd from the album Street Lady A Woman of the Worl ...

Thats All She Wrote (disambiguation)

Thats All She Wrote is a meme phrase based on Dear John letters. Thats All She Wrote may also refer to: Other works titled "All She Wrote" Thats All She Wrote, visual art by Colette Justine "Thats All She Wrote", song by Rick Nelson, Keith Colley ...

Do Ya

Do Ya may refer to: Do Ya Anthony Jasmin song "Do Ya", a song by Peaches from Impeach My Bush "Do Ya" Jump5 song "Do Ya?", a song by Nick Mason from Nick Masons Fictitious Sports "Do Ya" The Move song, also covered by the Electric Light Orchestra ...

Oddity

ODDiTTiES, a 2010 compilation album by Kate & Anna McGarrigle Oddity EP, a 1998 album by the band Cold The Oddities rap group, a Toronto rap group formed in 1998 "Oddity" Eric Prydz song, a 2016 song on Opus Odditties, a 1983 compilation album by ...

Nurture (album)

Nurture is the upcoming second studio album by the American singer and electronic music producer Porter Robinson. Robinson has yet to announce a formal release date for the album. The albums lead single, "Get Your Wish", was released in January 2 ...

The Professionals (Madlib and Oh No album)

The Professionals is the first collaborative studio album by American hip hop producers, rappers, and brother Madlib and Oh No, under their group moniker The Professionals. It was released on January 17, 2020 on Madlibs own imprint Madlib Invazio ...

Light On (Maggie Rogers song)

Light On is a song by American singer and songwriter Maggie Rogers. It was released on October 10, 2018 as the fifth single of Rogers major-label debut studio album, Heard It in a Past Life. Rogers co-wrote the song with Kid Harpoon and both co-p ...

George Alice

George Alice, is an Australian singer. She rose to prominence with her debut single "Circles", which was released in July 2019, and leading her to win that years Triple J Unearthed High competition, and feature in the Triple J Hottest 100, 2019. ...