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Michael wrote at 2007-04-03 05:21:47
Hello!  I am sure that this song is called  "LADY"  and it is performed by "THE LITTLE RIVER BAND" it was played on F.M. radio alot in spring of 1979.

Wyldheart wrote at 2007-05-18 21:21:09
I am pretty sure from what the Answer was to the original question that it sounds like "Lady" from Little River Band  

MartinStJohn wrote at 2007-05-30 07:58:44
hmm.the rest of the lyrics: and I love  you best, youre not like the rest, youre there when I need you , youre there when I gonna need you.Oh Lady, let me take a look at you now.youre there on the dance floor making me want you somehow.

Lady-little river band, if the lyrics above are from the song youre thinking about.

Roger Everett wrote at 2007-05-31 21:29:23
Yes, yes it is Run Run Run by The Little River Band

thami zulu wrote at 2011-04-24 04:43:05
the exact answer is;Eruption-do you kno what it feels like

Sizwe (S.A) wrote at 2015-11-29 17:40:21
Eruption is the artist of the song you're looking for, please support my collection 2016 of all greatest ballads of between 1972-1988  

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Questions I can answer are matching song lyrics with only part of a line from a song, with the artist or band.


I became a teenager in 1970,played those CCR 45's over and over and over until I knew all the words. If you could understand what John Fogarty was saying, everyone else was easy. For difficult song lyrics, I'd buy those music mags like Tiger Beat or just buy the albums-most had lyrics on the LP sleeve inside. I am a specialist when it comes to Southern Rock lyrics. I've even seen a few Southern Rock song lyrics asked about on this site, that none of the experts knew. That's one reason I applied to be an expert in this category . The other thing is, people need to know the correct lyric and artist to enable them to enjoy the music, right?

Lots of 70's concerts, and stacks of 33 records,enough to start my own flea market or record store. Too bad no one has anything to play them on anymore.

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