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Moonlight Romance

Li Yue descends to the human world under the name of You Tianle after being framed in heaven. He works as a divorce lawyer, looking for ways to absorb energy to prolong his life. One day, he meets Fang Duomi, a developer of the love pheromone per ...

                                               

Natural Selection (disambiguation)

Natural selection is the process by which individual organisms with favorable traits are more likely to survive and reproduce. Natural Selection may also refer to: Natural Selection manuscript, Charles Darwins main work on evolution, on which he ...

                                               

Truth Hurts

The Truth Hurts, a 1993 skateboard film from Thrasher magazine "Truth Hurts", a 2006 episode of McLeods Daughters "The Truth Hurts" Kim Possible, a Kim Possible episode

                                               

Hurt Me (Låpsley song)

Hurt Me is a song by British singer Låpsley. It was released on 20 August 2015 as the fourth single from Låpsleys debut studio album, Long Way Home.

                                               

Aint Gonna Hurt Nobody

"Aint Gonna Hurt Nobody" is a song performed by American hip hop group Kid n Play. It was issued as the first single from their third studio album Face the Nation, as well as appearing on the soundtrack to the film House Party 2. The song samples ...

                                               

Hold Back the Night (disambiguation)

Hold Back the Night is a 1956 film about the Korean War. Hold Back the Night may also refer to: "Hold Back the Night", a 1975 song by The Trammps, remade by Graham Parker in 1977 Hold Back the Night, a 1999 film directed by Phil Davis "Hold Back ...

                                               

OK (Anxiety Anthem)

OK is a song by English singer Mabel for her debut studio album High Expectations. It was released as the albums third single alongside the albums release.

                                               

Waterline (disambiguation)

The waterline is where the hull of a ship meets the surface of the water, it is also a special marking indicating the legal load limit of a ship, and, in naval architectural plans, it is any line drawn to delineate hull shape that is in a plane p ...

                                               

Brightside

Brightside can refer to: Places: Brightside, Sheffield, district of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England Shiregreen and Brightside, ward in Sheffield Sheffield Brightside UK Parliament constituency Brightside, California, in Alameda County Brights ...

                                               

Youve Got Your Whole Life Ahead of You Baby

"Youve Got Your Whole Life Ahead of You Baby" is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter duo IDER for their debut studio album, Emotional Education. It was released on 27 July 2018 as the second single from the album.

                                               

Im So Thankful

Im So Thankful is a song written by Marc Gordon and Frank Wilson, and released by The Ikettes on Modern Records in 1965. It was the fourth single from The Ikettes debut album Soul The Hits, and became their second R&B hit of the year followin ...

                                               

Ancora (disambiguation)

Ancora is a 2005 album by operatic pop group Il Divo. Ancora may also refer to: Ancora Psychiatric Hospital, located in the above community Ancora, New Jersey, an unincorporated community within Winslow Township, Camden County "Ancora", an ancien ...

                                               

Shots

"Shots" Imagine Dragons song, a 2015 single from the album Smoke + Mirrors "Shots", a song by Neil Young from Re ac tor "Shots" LMFAO song, by LMFAO featuring Lil Jon from Party Rock

                                               

Tiptoe (disambiguation)

"Tiptoe", a 2003 song by Goldfrapp from Black Cherry "Tiptoe" song by Imagine Dragons, 2012 "Tippy Toe", a 2004 song by Utada from Exodus "Tiptoe", a 2001 song by Joy and the Boy from Paradise Tiptoes, a 2003 film featuring Matthew McConaughey, K ...

                                               

Imelda (disambiguation)

Imelda, Biliran, a village named after Imelda Marcos Imelda, Zamboanga Sibugay, a municipality named after Imelda Marcos Imelda, Bohol, a village named after Imelda Marcos

                                               

Bunker Hill

USS Bunker Hill CG-52, a Ticonderoga -class cruiser USS Bunker Hill CV-17, an Essex -class aircraft carrier Bunker Hill, a hill in the Boston neighborhood of Charlestown, after which the Battle of Bunker Hill was named Battle of Bunker Hill, an A ...

                                               

Chicken Man

Chicken Man may refer to: Chickenman radio series, a radio series from the 1960s "Chicken Man" theme tune, the original theme tune of the British TV series Grange Hill from 1978-1990 and also the theme tune of Give Us a Clue The Chicken Man, a re ...

                                               

Pure Energy

Pure Energy Services Ltd., owner of Canadian Sub-Surface oil field services, then acquired by FMC Technologies Pure Energy, licensee of Rechargeable alkaline battery technology

                                               

Songs My Mother Taught Me

Songs My Mother Taught Me, a collection of stories and plays by Wakako Yamauchi Songs My Mother Taught Me, Audrey Thomas 1973 Songs My Mother Taught Me Marlon Brando book, an autobiography by Marlon Brando

                                               

Cherry pie (disambiguation)

A cherry pie is a pie made with cherry filling. Cherry Pie may also refer to: Cherry Pie album, 1990, by glam metal band Warrant "Cherry Pie" Warrant song, from the album of the same name "Cherry Pie", a song by Underworld from the 1996 album Pea ...

                                               

Will the Circle Be Unbroken (disambiguation)

Will the Circle Be Unbroken? is a Christian hymn. Will the Circle Be Unbroken may also refer to: Will the Circle Be Unbroken: Volume Two, 1989 album by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Will the Circle Be Unbroken: Reflections on Death, Rebirth and Hung ...

                                               

I Am a Pilgrim

I Am a Pilgrim is a traditional American gospel, folk, and bluegrass song. The song combines elements from an "ld hymn entwined with Poor Wayfaring Stranger Sacred Harp - 1844. It appears in The Southern Zions Songster 1864 and in Hymns For the C ...

                                               

I Can Fly

I Can Fly may refer to: I Can Fly, a childrens book by Ruth Krauss "I Can Fly," a song by Rachel Fuller from the album The Boy Who Heard Music "I Can Fly," a song from the childrens album Theres a Bear in There "I Can Fly", a song by Irene Cara, ...

                                               

The Way I Feel

The Way I Feel Bill Anderson album The Way I Feel Leonard Nimoy album The Way I Feel John Patton album, or the title song The Way I Feel, by Boyd Rice The Way I Feel Remy Shand album, or the title song The Way I Feel Sonny Rollins album The Way I ...

                                               

Snakebite (disambiguation)

A Snakebite is an injury caused by the bite of a snake. Snakebite or snake bite may also refer to: Music "Snakebite," a song from Judas Priests album Redeemer of Souls Snakebite album, a 1978 album by Whitesnake "Snakebite," a song from Alice Coo ...

                                               

Heal

Heals, a British department store Heal company, company that enables doctors to perform house calls and telehealth Alive & Well AIDS Alternatives, formerly Health Education AIDS Liaison HEAL, an organization of AIDS denialists

                                               

Give You My Heart

Give You My Heart is a song recorded by South Korean singer IU for the soundtrack of the drama series Crash Landing on You. It was released as a digital single on February 15, 2020 by EDAM Entertainment.

                                               

Moonlight Popolare

Moonlight Popolare is a song performed by Italian singer Mahmood and Massimo Pericolo. The song was released as a digital download on 14 May 2020 by Island Records. The song peaked at number three on the Italian Singles Chart.

                                               

Sweet Cheeks

"Sweet Cheeks", a song by J Hus from the 2017 album Common Sense Sweet Cheeks, 1978 album by Duke Jupiter Sweet Cheeks band, with Lou Bennett The Sweet Cheeks, a band that was previously named Crazy 8s

                                               

Stargazing (disambiguation)

Stargazing refers to amateur astronomy. Stargazing may also refer to: Stargazing, a book by Peter Hill Stargazing Live, a British television programme Stargazing darter Percina uranidea, a species of fish

                                               

Jagged Little Pill (disambiguation)

Jagged Little Pill is a 1995 album by Alanis Morissette. Jagged Little Pill may also refer to: Jagged Little Pill, Live, a Grammy award-winning video chronicling the Jagged Little Pill Tour Jagged Little Pill Acoustic, 2005 album by Morissette of ...

                                               

Best on Earth

Best on Earth is a song by American rapper Russ featuring rapper Bia. It was released as the fourth single from Russs fourteenth studio album Shake the Snow Globe on October 17, 2019. The song was produced by Boi-1da and Jahaan Sweet, and samples ...

                                               

Sweet 17 Singles

Sweet 17 Singles is the first compilation album and fifth overall album by American rock band Twin Peaks, released on February 9, 2018 on Grand Jury Music. The album consists of 12 songs that were initially released across six 7" vinyl singles st ...

                                               

Look at You

"Look at You", a song and single by Backyard Babies 1997 "Look at You" Big & Rich song, 2014 "Look at You", a song by Hanson from 1997 album Middle of Nowhere Hanson album "Look at You", a song by Kenny Rogers, Composed by Allen Shamblin and Mike ...

                                               

Blow Your Mind

"Blow Your Mind", a 2007 song by Monster Magnet from the album 4-Way Diablo "Blow Your Mind", a 2006 song by Jesse McCartney from the album Right Where You Want Me "Blow Ya Mind", a 2005 song by T-Pain from the album Rappa Ternt Sanga "Blow Your ...

                                               

So Blue (Chisato Moritaka song)

"So Blue" is the 28th single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Written by Moritaka and Hiromasa Ijichi, the single was released by One Up Music on February 19, 1996. The song was used as the opening theme of the TBS music series Cou ...

                                               

Truce (disambiguation)

Ceasefire is a temporary stoppage of any armed conflict. Truce may also refer to: "Truce", a song by Twenty One Pilots from their album Vessel Flag of truce, an internationally recognized white flag indicating truce Toddlers Truce, early British ...

                                               

Sunset + Vine

Sunset & Vine, Sunset & Vine, or Sunset and Vine may refer to: The intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California A shopping center/luxury apartment complex co-funded by Magic Johnson Enterprises Sunset+Vin ...

                                               

What Goes Around

What Goes Around may refer to: What Goes Around Comes Around, a 1975 album by Waylon Jennings What Goes Around Comes around, a 1989 song by Joe Raposo from the Shining Time Station episode Just Wild About Harrys Workshop What Goes Around Statik S ...

                                               

Only the Strong Survive

Only the Strong Survive may refer to: Only the Strong Survive, an album by Billy Paul Only The Strong Survive, a song by Gary Richrath from Only The Strong Survive Only the Strong Survive album, an album by Keith Frank Only The Strong Survive son ...

                                               

No money down (disambiguation)

"No Money Down" Chuck Berry song, recorded in 1955 "No Money Down", track on 2010 album You Need This Music by Nottz "No Money Down", track on 1996 album Smile! by The Remo Four No Money Down: Greatest Hits, Volume 1, compilation album featuring ...

                                               

StaJe

Justin Payne better known as StaJe, is an actor, songwriter and musician based in Los Angeles, California. StaJe moved from an interest in football to poetry, but now combines acting with modeling and music. The multi-faced artist has a very uniq ...

                                               

Helpless

Helpless play, a play by Dusty Hughes "Helpless" Life on Mars, an episode of Life on Mars "Helpless" Buffy the Vampire Slayer, an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Helpless, a 1996 film by Shinji Aoyama Helpless 2012 film, a 2012 film

                                               

The Mi-ha

"The Mi-ha" is the fourth single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Released by Warner Pioneer on April 25, 1988, the single was Moritakas first foray in songwriting in her career. The song was used in a series of Pioneer answering m ...

                                               

Days Gone By

"Days Gone By", by James House Composed by Dean Miller / James House Days Gone By James House album "Days Gone By", by Slaughter, Dana Strum / Mark Slaughter The Wild Life album "Days Gone By", by Godstar Sleeper Godstar album "Days Gone By", 187 ...

                                               

Unorthodox

Unorthodox Snow Tha Product album, 2011 "Unorthodox" Joey Badass song, 2013 Unorthodox band, a doom metal band from Maryland "Unorthodox" Wretch 32 song, 2011 Unorthodox Edge of Sanity album, 1992

                                               

Slip Away

"Slip Away", a song by Laurie Anderson from Life on a String 2001 "Slip Away", a song by Raven from Glow 1994 "Slip Away", a song by Mad Season from the 2013 box-set release of Above 1995 "Slip Away", a song by Pat Metheny Group from Letter from ...

                                               

John Carson

John David Carson 1952–2009, American actor Jack Carson 1910–1963, Canadian-born, U.S. based actor "Johnny Carson", a song from the Beach Boys 1977 album Love You John Carson actor 1927–2016, English actor Fiddlin John Carson 1868–1949, American ...

                                               

Man with No Name (disambiguation)

The Man with No Name refers to three characters played by Clint Eastwood. Man with no name may also refer to: "Man With No Name", a twelfth-season episode of ER "Man with No Name", song by Wishbone Ash from their album Elegant Stealth Andrea Jero ...

                                               

SRV

Cirrus Design SRV, a budget model of the Cirrus SR20 fixed-wing civil utility aircraft Submarine Rescue Vessel SRV Dominator, a modified automobile used for stormchasing Vauxhall SRV, a 1970 concept automobile designed by Vauxhall Motors Special ...