Remember That Song: 3/24/16

Can you name the artist and song:

I’ve been down the streets of desire
Sometimes I was so uninspired


Last Song: “Time (Clock of the Heart)” by Culture Club from Kissing to Be Clever (1982)

Great job DJ Tommy (@DJTommyRocks)

In time we could’ve been so much more
But time is precious I know

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16 thoughts on “Remember That Song: 3/24/16”

    1. I thought you might have known it. For today’s, I think it’s one of those songs that you would immediately know by looking at those lyrics. If somebody doesn’t know the song that well, they might not know this. It is a beautiful ballad.

      1. So sorry Paul I’ve been a let down recently! I’ll be back in the game today πŸ™‚ hopefully by knowing what the tune is! Did you have a nice Easter?

        1. Emma!! You are never a let down! I did miss you though. I did have a nice Easter. Getting through a holiday without any drama is a success in my book! How was your Easter?

          1. I only got one (small) chocolate egg so it wasn’t the best season ever..!! πŸ™‚

            I missed you too, glad to get back in the game today, even though once again I didn’t know it ha ha!

              1. I am doing it!! I’ve chosen mine πŸ™‚ The Wicker Man. I’ve not seen The Karate Kid remake but I imagine it’s pretty dire lol. Do it!! It’s a great choice!

                1. I think you made a great choice! Isn’t the remake the one with Nicholas Cage? I’ve never seen the original or remake. I heard that the remake sucked.

                  For The Karate Kid, a remake was not necessary at all. I saw the remake once, and all it did was make me want to watch the original.

                  1. Haha, that’s kind of a great sentence! “I saw the remake once, and all it did was make me want to watch the original” – sums it up!!! πŸ™‚ are you definitely taking part? I hope so!

                    The only good thing in The Wicker Man remake is the unintentional HILARITY (it’s a great comedy). Nicolas Cage does indeed star in it and there’s a scene where he’s dressed as a bear, sprints up to a woman and punches her in the face. So…it does have its merits! Albeit it, unintentionally πŸ™‚

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