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My Radio

My Radio may refer to: "My Radio", song by Stars from Nightsongs Stars album A radio station in Zhengzhou "My Radio", song by Sandra Chambers 1998 "My Radio", song by Solvent on Ghostly Internationals 2002 compilation album Disco Nouveau "My Radi ...

                                               

From the Cradle to the Grave

From the Cradle to the Grave may refer to: "From the Cradle to the Grave" Rage song, a song by German heavy metal band Rage, from the album XIII From the Cradle to the Grave album, a 1983 album by the Subhumans, or the title song From the Cradle ...

                                               

I Love You Drops

I Love You Drops is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in August 1966 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was Andersons fifth studio release and included three singles that became ...

                                               

Electric blue

Electric blue is a very bright color reminiscent of a spark, named after the color of a xenon sign. It is very similar to cyan. Additionally, the term may refer to:

                                               

Disappointment (disambiguation)

Disappointment is the feeling of dissatisfaction that follows the failure of expectations to manifest. Disappointment may also refer to: Camp Disappointment, the northernmost campsite of the Lewis and Clark expedition "Disappointment", a song by ...

                                               

Toxic (disambiguation)

Toxin, a substance produced by living cells or organisms Mycotoxin, toxins produced by fungi Toxicant, a chemical compound having an effect on living organisms

                                               

Ceremony (disambiguation)

A ceremony is a unified event with a purpose, usually consisting of a number of artistic components, performed on a special occasion. Ceremony may also refer to:

                                               

Vavoom

Vavoom, TV channel airing in Balkan countries Vavoom, character in 1959–1961 American television series Felix the Cat Miss Vavoom, character in 1990–1993 American television series Tom & Jerry Kids

                                               

Butter (disambiguation)

Butter is a dairy product made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk. Butter may also refer to: Bhuttar, Pakistan, also spelled Butter, a village Butter Project, an online video-streaming platform Butter surname

                                               

Listen to Your Heart

Listen to Your Heart may refer to: "Listen to Your Heart", a 1990 song by Little River Band from Get Lucky Listen to Your Heart 2010 film, an American romantic drama "Listen to Your Heart", a 2010 song by The Maine from Black & White The Bachelor ...

                                               

Credence

Credence can refer to: credence table, a small side-table used in the Christian ceremony of the Eucharist credence good in economics, a good whose value is hard for a consumer to ascertain Creedence Clearwater Revival, a rock band led by John Fog ...

                                               

Rise and Fall

"Rise & Fall" Justice Crew song, a 2014 song by Justice Crew "Rise & Fall" Michael Molly & Alex Evans, a 2013 song by Michael Molloy & Alex Evans "Rise & Fall" Craig David song, a 2003 song by Craig David featuring Sting "Rise and Fall" song, a s ...

                                               

Motivation (disambiguation)

Motivation is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals. Motivation may also refer to: Motivation Bertin Osborne album "Motivation" Sum 41 song, a single of that EP Motivation EP, an EP by Sum 41 Motivation Moti Special album "Motivat ...

                                               

Come On Up to the House

Come On Up to the House is a song originally sung by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits and co-written by Waits and Kathleen Brennan for his 1999 album Mule Variations. Andrew Borger, Joe Gore, Charlie Musselwhite, Nik Phelps, Larry Taylor perf ...

                                               

Take Me Back

Take Me Back may refer to: "Take Me Back", a song by Van Morrison from the album Hymns to the Silence, performed by Jennifer Jason Leigh in the film Georgia "Take Me Back" Imperials song, a 1965 song by Little Anthony and the Imperials "Take Me B ...

                                               

Badass

Badass or bad ass may refer to the following: A quality of personality or behavior inspiring fear, awe and respect, see masculinity, toughness and macho.

                                               

Blowout

"Blow Out" Prison Break, an episode of Prison Break Blow Out TV series, a TV series on Bravo "Blowout", an episode of Mayday "Blow Out", an episode of MacGyver The Blow Out, a 1936 short film Blow Out, a 1981 film by Brian De Palma

                                               

Crystal Lake

Crystal Lake Michigan, several Crystal Lake Gilmanton, New Hampshire, in Belknap County Crystal Lake Broward County, Florida, in Deerfield Beach Crystal Lake Gray, Maine, in Gray, Maine Crystal Lake Pontiac, Michigan, a private lake in Oakland Co ...

                                               

Candlelight

Candlelight or Candlelighting or Candlelighter may refer to: Light created by a candle "The Candle Lighter", List of works by Frederik Pohl 1955 Candlelighters or Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation, American Childhood Cancer Organization, ...

                                               

Black Wooden

Black Wooden is a compilation EP by Mount Eerie, the musical project of musician Phil Elverum. It was released on December 14, 2009. It is the first and only record by Elverum to be released under the Latitudes Series by Southern Records.

                                               

Cruzin

"Cruzin", song by Currensy from Canal Street Confidential 2015 "Cruzin", song by 8Ball & MJG from Ridin High "Cruzin", song by MC Magic from Princess/Princesa "Cruzin", song by Damizza "Cruzin", song by Abraxas Pool "Cruzin", song by Jackie Jacks ...

                                               

I Got a Feeling (disambiguation)

I Got a Feeling, or similar, may refer to: "I Got a Feeling" Ricky Nelson song, a song by Ricky Nelson in 1958 "I Got a Feelin", a song by Willie Phelps in 1957 "Ive Got a Feeling" Ivy song, a song by Ivy in 1997 I Got the Feelin album, a 1968 al ...

                                               

Envelope (disambiguation)

Envelope mathematics, a curve, surface, or higher-dimensional object defined as being tangent to a given family of lines or curves Envelope category theory

                                               

Hole in Your Pocket

Hole in Your Pocket is the fifth studio album by Australian indie rock band, The Panics. The album was released on 7 October 2016 by Dew Process. The album debuted and peaked at number 52 on the ARIA Chart. The album was released four years after ...

                                               

On My Own

On My Own may refer to: Songs "On My Own", by Ashes Remain from What Ive Become "On My Own" Les Miserables, from the musical Les Miserables "On My Own", by Three Days Grace from One-X "On My Own" Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald song, also cove ...

                                               

When I Look at You (disambiguation)

When I Look At You is a single by Miley Cyrus. When I Look At You may also refer to these songs: "When I Look At You", a single by Anita Harris "It Only Happens When I Look at You" by Aretha Franklin from album Stakes Is High "When I Look At You" ...

                                               

Next to You (L D R U song)

Next to You is a song recorded by Australian record producer L D R U, featuring Brisbane-based vocalist Savoi and was released in April 2016 as the second single from L D R Us debut studio album, Sizzlar. In January 2017, the song was voted numbe ...

                                               

5 Needs

5 Needs is a song and single by American comedy duo Tenacious D. It was released May 15, 2012 as a iTunes pre-order bonus track for Tenacious Ds third album, Rize of the Fenix. The same recording was later re-released on May 1, 2020 as a digital ...

                                               

Some Nights Last for Days

Production of the album was completed in a span of nine weeks whilst isolating at home in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. During this time, Example wrote and produced nine new songs and reworked, mixed and mastered six demos reco ...

                                               

Levi High

Levi High is a song by Dominican-American singer DaniLeigh featuring American rapper DaBaby. The song was released on March 16, 2020, marking the second collaboration between the two following the formers choreography work on the latters "Bop" mu ...

                                               

5D

Five-dimensional space Canon EOS 5D Mark II Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Canon EOS 5D Mark III Canon EOS 5D Canon cameras Little finger, the fifth digit abbreviated 5D of the hand Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D, Dynax 5D, or DG-5D, a digital camera

                                               

Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let It Go

Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let It Go is the third studio album, fourth overall, from American rock band I the Mighty, released on October 20, 2017 through Equal Vision Records.

                                               

Saddle tramp

A saddle tramp is a nomadic cowboy. The phrase may also refer to: "Saddle Tramp", a song by Marty Robbins Saddle Tramp, a Charlie Daniels album and song Saddle Tramp comic strip, a short-lived photographic strip "Saddle Tramp", a song by Travis S ...

                                               

Orange Soda (song)

Orange Soda is a song by American rapper Baby Keem. It was released as a single from his second mixtape Die for My Bitch on July 16, 2019. The song was produced by Baby Keem and Keanu Beats. In January 2020, it became Baby Keems first song to cha ...

                                               

Every Season

Every Season is a song by American rapper Roddy Ricch. The song was released on October 28, 2018 as the second single from Ricchs second mixtape Feed Tha Streets II. The song was written by Bishop Grinnage, Joshua Cross and Rodrick Moore.

                                               

Out of My Hands

Out of My Hands may refer to: "Out of My Hands" Jars of Clay song, from the 2010 album The Shelter "Out of My Hands", a song by Milow Out of My Hands Green River Ordinance album "Out of My Hands", a song by The Buzzhorn from the 2002 album Discon ...

                                               

Just Another Day

"Just Another Day", a song from the musical Next to Normal "Just Another Day" John Mellencamp song "Just Another Day" Jonathan Wilkes song "Just Another Day", a song by Boingo from Dead Mans Party Just Another Day album, an album by Wire Daisies ...

                                               

Every Now and Then

Every Now and Then may refer to: "Every Now and Then", a song by Earth, Wind and Fire from Touch the World "Every Now and Then", a 1935 popular song written by Al Sherman, Al Lewis and Abner Silver "Every Now and Then", a song by the Noisettes fr ...

                                               

Lay It Down

Lay It Down may refer to: "Lay It Down" Ratt song, 1985 "Lay It Down", a 2002 song by Aerosmith, from the album O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits Lay It Down Al Green album, 2008 "Lay It Down", a 2005 song by Royce da 59" from the album Independen ...

                                               

Eight Days a Week (disambiguation)

Eight Days a Week is a song by The Beatles. Eight Days a Week may also refer to: Eight Days a Week film, a 1997 comedy film by Michael Davis Eight Days a Week, an unaired American TV series starring Christina Milian Eight Days a Week, a 1980s UK ...

                                               

Yes I Do

"Yes I Do", song by Marvin Phillips singer, Lottie, Ling 1956 "Yes I Do", song by Ram John Holder, Ram John Holder 1968 "Yes I Do", song by Penny DeHaven, Mary Fielder, Robert Thames 1984 "Yes I Do", song by Monika Christodoulou, 2010 "Yes I Do", ...

                                               

Shrinking Violet

Shrinking Violet album, an album by the band L.A. Guns "Shrinking Violet", a song on Mostly Autumns The Last Bright Light album "Shrinking Violet", a song by musical band Bishop Allen

                                               

Quiet Moments

Quiet Moments may refer to: Quiet Moments, book by Daryl Hawk Quiet Moments, book by Tom Wright Quiet Moments, TV program by Sonshine Media Network International

                                               

Monomania (The Word Alive album)

Monomania is the sixth studio album by American metalcore band The Word Alive. It was released on February 21, 2020 through Fearless Records. It was produced by the band themselves and Erik Ron.

                                               

Pictures at an Exhibition (disambiguation)

Pictures at an Exhibition is a suite of ten piano pieces composed by Modest Mussorgsky. Pictures at an Exhibition may also refer to: "Pictures in an Exhibition", a song on the Death Cab for Cutie Album You Can Play These Songs with Chords Picture ...

                                               

Long Live the King

"Long Live the King", a song by Sabaton from Carolus Rex Long Live the King album, by Narnia, 1999 Long Live the King EP, by The Decemberists, 2011

                                               

High and Dry (disambiguation)

"High and Dry" is a 1995 song by the English band Radiohead. High and Dry may also refer to: High n Dry, a 1981 album by Def Leppard High n Dry Saturday Night, a 1981 song by Def Leppard High & Dry album, a 1991 album by Marty Brown High & Dry 19 ...

                                               

From the Inside

From the Inside may refer to: "From the Inside" Marcia Hines song 1975 From the Inside Laura Pausini album, 2002 From the Inside Poco album, or the title song, 1971 From the Inside Alice Cooper album, or the title song, 1978 From the Inside, a ba ...

                                               

The Desert Song (disambiguation)

The Desert Song is an operetta with music by Sigmund Romberg and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Otto Harbach, and also the title song "The Desert Song" sung by Pierre and Margot The Desert Song may also refer to:

                                               

Raceway

Roosevelt Raceway, a former race track in Westbury, New York Yonkers Raceway, a racino in Yonkers, New York Raceway, a race track, where sporting races are run or operated, such as