are Paul Alexander, JoJo Americo, and Nashom Wooden. Probably the most gay band of the US since the Village People. So much that even Gorge Michael covered a song by them, which gives «Flawless» the distinction of being a hit twice.
In the fifth grade living in the Bronx in New York there was a beautiful girl in my class. One of two that already had breasts. She wore a t-shirt with the lyrics to «Lady Marmalade» on it. Till our teacher translated it and sent her home because her shirt said «Do you wish to get laid with me this evening?» in French.
Pretty cool. But maybe also Prince in the early nineties. His energy on stage was five point higher than James Brown and that's already off the scale.
That song makes me well up with tears.
For some reason I feel so sad when I hear that song.
I dated this guy when I was in my twenties that knew I liked Chaka Kahn and bought me the single – her latest at the time. I love that he did that, but I can't say I fell in love.
Music was always mixed in to the memories I cherish. I would have to say the earliest song I remember is a song I remember learning in bible class at about four or five years old, "Now The Day Is Over". It was the late 1960's and I was still living in Jamaica. There was always music playing on a radio. The stations played mostly American or English music but some Jamaican music. Ska was giving way to Rocksteady and Reggae music and being a baby still I liked pop bouncy music like the song «Monkey Man» by Toots & the Maytals, or «Shame And Scandal» by The Blues Busters. I recall one day my two younger cousins and I took all those records from their sleeves and laid them on the floor and skated around the room with them under our feet.
«How Great Thou Art» would be good at the church part, that's my favorite hymn but «Stars» for the party.
That song changed my life literally.
Its a song we wrote about living here.
That song unites all types, and by the time you get 2/3 through, everyone screams: «Ooh!»... Works every time.
I was in high school and could finally spend my own money I earned from my job after school.
It’s my voice.
The lyrics are great and works so well with the music that I want to hold on to the wall just cause it makes me weak in the knees when I hear it.