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Something Beautiful (disambiguation)

"Something Beautiful", a song by The Cookies - 1965 "Something Beautiful", a song by Tracy Bonham from Blink the Brightest Something Beautiful Connie Stevens song by Connie Stevens, Helen Miller, Roger Atkins 1965, Margaret Mandolph 1965, Adrienn ...

                                               

Kingsize

Kingsize or King size may refer to: King Size B.B. King album "King Size", a song by Anthrax from Stomp 442 A size of cigarettes and rolling paper "Kingsize Youre My Little Steam Whistle", a song by Haircut 100 from Pelican West King Syze, underg ...

                                               

Mmmh

Mmm, Mmmh, Mmmm, Mmmmm!, mmm mmm, etc., are onomatopoeia indicating agreement or satisfaction. Mmm, Mmmh, Mmmm, Mmmmm!, mmm or variants may also refer to:

                                               

Loud and Clear

Loud and Clear may refer to: Also see Five by five for the phrase "loud and clear" in communications. "Loud and Clear", a song by The Cranberries from their album Bury the Hatchet, 1999 Loud and Clear The O.C. Supertones album, 2000 Loud & Clear, ...

                                               

Light My Fire (disambiguation)

"Light My Fire" is a song by The Doors, from their debut album The Doors, which has also been released under the name Light My Fire. Light My Fire may also refer to:

                                               

Lay Your Hands on Me (disambiguation)

Lay Your Hands on Me may refer to: in music: Lay Your Hands on Me, a 1996 album by jazz saxophonist Art Porter, Jr. "Lay Your Hands on Me," a 2016 song and EP by Boom Satellites "Lay Your Hands on Me," a song on Beth Harts 2003 album Leave the Li ...

                                               

Tongue tied (disambiguation)

Tongue-tie or tongue tied can refer to: ankyloglossia, a medical condition in which the lingual frenulum a membrane that connects the tongue to the floor of the mouth is unusually short, causing restricted movement of the tongue. Other uses inclu ...

                                               

Choose life

Choose life may refer to: "Choose Life", the mantra of the movie Trainspotting Choose Life: A Dialogue, a dialogues and correspondences between Buddhist leader Daisaku Ikeda and British historian Arnold J. Toynbee CHOOSE LIFE, printed on T-shirts ...

                                               

Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing may refer to: Every Little Thing album, 2017 album by Carly Pearce Every Little Thing, a documentary podcast by Gimlet Media Every Little Thing band, a Japanese pop duo

                                               

No More Mr. Nice Guy

"No More Mr. Nice Guy" song, by Alice Cooper, covered by Megadeth, 1973 In a Metal Mood: No More Mr. Nice Guy, a 1997 album by Pat Boone No More Mr. Nice Guys, a song from Halfnelson by Sparks, 1971 No More Mr. Nice Guy, a song sung by the charac ...

                                               

Dopamine (disambiguation)

Dopamine is a chemical naturally produced in the body. Dopamine may also refer to: Dopamine BORNS album, an album by BORNS Dopamine Third Eye Blind album, an album by Third Eye Blind Dopamine transporter Dopamine receptor Dopamine film, a 2003 fi ...

                                               

Born Free (disambiguation)

"Born Free" Matt Monro song, a 1966 composition by John Barry and Don Black for the film Born Free Milt Jackson album, featuring the above song Born Free Andy Williams album, featuring the above song Born Free music video, the music video/short f ...

                                               

Always on My Mind (disambiguation)

Always on My Mind may refer to: Always on My Mind Houston Person album, a 1986 Houston Person that contained, and was named after, this song Always on My Mind Willie Nelson album, a 1982 Willie Nelson album that contained, and was named after, th ...

                                               

The Heat Is On

The Heat Is On may refer to: "The Heat Is On", a song by La Bouche from the album Sweet Dreams "The Heat Is On" Glenn Frey song, a 1984 hit song for Glenn Frey from the Beverly Hills Cop soundtrack The Heat Is On, 1998 Ross Gelbspan book on globa ...

                                               

Roquefort (disambiguation)

Roquefort-sur-Garonne, Haute-Garonne Roquefort-la-Bedoule, Bouches-du-Rhone Roquefort-de-Sault, Aude Roquefort, Gers Roquefort-les-Pins, Alpes-Maritimes Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, Aveyron Roquefort, Landes Roquefort-les-Cascades, Ariege Roquefort-des ...

                                               

Singing the Traditional Songs of Her Kentucky Mountain Family

Singing the Traditional Songs of Her Kentucky Mountain Family is the first studio album of American folk singer Jean Ritchie. It was released in 1952 by Elektra Records. The album consists of renditions of traditional Appalachian folk songs, some ...

                                               

Keep Me in Mind

Keep Me in Mind may refer to: "Keep Me in Mind" Lynn Anderson song, 1973 "Keep Me in Mind" Zac Brown Band song, 2011 "Keep Me in Mind", a song by Boy George from the album Sold "Keep Me in Mind", a 2008 song by Little Joy "Keep Me in Mind", a son ...

                                               

Tell Me a Story

"Tell Me a Story About the Night Before", a song by Hilary Duff "Tell Me a Story", a song by Iggy Pop from New Values "Tell Me a Story" Terry Gilkyson song, 1953, written by Terry Gilkyson and recorded by Jimmy Boyd & Frankie Laine "Tell Me a Sto ...

                                               

Barren Ground

Barren Ground, Barren Grounds or Barren-ground may refer to: Barren Grounds, a Canadian term for tundra Barren Grounds Bird Observatory Barren ground shrew Sorex ugyunak, small shrew found in Canada and Alaska Barren Ground novel, 1925 novel by E ...

                                               

Its You

"Its You", by Michelle Branch from Hotel Paper "Its You", by The Coral from Distance Inbetween "Its You", by EMF from Stigma "Its You" Super Junior song "Its You", by Urban Mystic from Ghetto Revelations 2 "Its You", by Westlife from Back Home "I ...

                                               

Are You Happy Now? (disambiguation)

Are You Happy Now? is a 2003 song by Michelle Branch Are You Happy Now or Are You Happy Now? may also refer to: a 2011 song by Miss Li Are You Happy Now? album, a 2008 album by Aya Kamiki a 2001 song by Sahara Hotnights a 1962 song by The Four Se ...

                                               

Bad Attitude

Bad Attitude may refer to: Bad Attitude professional wrestling, a name of several professional wrestling tag teams. Bad Attitude Simply Slang album, a 2006 album by Simply Slang "Bad Attitude", a song by Laura Branigan from her 1990 album Laura B ...

                                               

Let It Flow

Let It Flow may refer to: "Let It Flow", a 2004 song by Carried Away from album Closer to You "Let It Flow", a 1991 song by Erasure from EP "Am I Right?" "Let It Flow", a 1996 song by Tab Two from album Belle Affaire "Let It Flow" song, a 1995 so ...

                                               

Tourniquet (disambiguation)

Tourniquet may refer to: Hair tourniquet, a condition often requiring medical attention Tourniquet, a medical device used to control blood flow to an extremity Surgical tourniquet, a specialised surgical tool Emergency tourniquet, used to stop bl ...

                                               

Breeder (disambiguation)

Breeder may refer to: Breeder, a person who practices the vocation of mating carefully selected specimens of the same breed Breeder slang, a pejorative term used against heterosexuals, especially those who have lots of children Breeder animal, an ...

                                               

Push Push

Push may refer to: "Push Lady Lightning", from the self-titled Bang Camaro "Push Push", song by Supermax, 1979 "Push Push", song by Chris Farlowe, 1963 "Push Push" Sistar song, Korean-language song written by Kang Dong-chul, 2010 "Push Push", son ...

                                               

Never Never

Never may refer to Never Australian outback, a colloquial name for the Australian outback a colloquial term for hire purchase Never Never, a 2002 short film directed by Jordan Scott songs "Never Never", a 2007 song by reggaefusion group Brick & L ...

                                               

One Last Time

One Last Time may refer to: "One Last Time", a song by Kellie Pickler on Kellie Pickler "One Last Time", a 2019 song by Westlife from Spectrum "One Last Time", a song by K-Ci & JoJo on X "One Last Time" Agnes song, 2012 "One Last Time Hamilton so ...

                                               

Your Love

"Your Love" Nicole Scherzinger song, 2014 "Your Love" Tammy Wynette song, 1987 "Your Love", by Kylie Minogue from Fever "Your Love" Jamie Principle song, 1986 "Your Love Means Everything to Me", by Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm B ...

                                               

Smooth Sailing

Smooth Sailin, 1987 album by The Isley Brothers Smooth Sailing Teddy Edwards album, 2003 album by Teddy Edwards Smooth Sailing Arnett Cobb album, 1960 album by Arnett Cobb Smooth Sailing, 2004 album by Maysa Leak

                                               

Glare

Glare may refer to: Glaring, a facial expression of squinted eyes and look of contempt GLARE, Glass reinforced aluminium, an advanced aerospace material A call collision in telecommunications Glare vision, difficulty seeing in the presence of ver ...

                                               

Four Winds

Four Winds may refer to: Four Winds Casinos, Michigan, United States Four Winds Dowagiac Four Winds New Buffalo Four Winds Hartford Four Winds album, a 2009 album by The Lightning Seeds Four Winds Field at Coveleski Stadium, baseball facility, So ...

                                               

Sleep Tight

"Sleep Tight", a song by Private Line "Sleep Tight", a song by Sarah Brightman from the 1997 album Eden "Sleep Tight", a song by Kill Hannah from the 2006 album Until Theres Nothing Left of Us "Sleep Tight", a song by Celine Dion from the 2004 al ...

                                               

Love Changes Everything

Love Changes Everything may refer to: "Love Changes Everything", a single by Honeymoon Suite from their 1988 album Racing After Midnight "Love Changes Everything", a hit single in 1987 from male pop duo Climie Fisher and later covered by house mu ...

                                               

Oh No

"Oh No!" Marina and the Diamonds song, 2010 "Oh No", by Snoop Dogg featuring 50 Cent from R&G Rhythm & Gangsta: The Masterpiece, 2004 "Oh No" Bring Me the Horizon song, 2015 "Oh No Sentimental Things", by So Solid Crew from They Dont Know, 20 ...

                                               

Glasgow smile (disambiguation)

The Glasgow smile is a form of torture where the victim has their face slashed from each ear down to their mouth. Glasgow smile, also known as a Chelsea grin, is a type of torture, as well as the facial scar that results from it. It may also refe ...

                                               

Higher Power (disambiguation)

Higher Power is a term used in the Alcoholics Anonymous and other twelve-step programs. Higher Power may also refer to: Higher power, a term sometimes used to denote a deity "Higher Power" seaQuest DSV, a 1994 episode of the television series sea ...

                                               

Black Sheep (EP)

Black Sheep is an EP by Canadian country music artist Dean Brody. It was released on June 21, 2019, via Open Road Recordings and Scurvy Dog Music. It includes the singles "Good Goodbye", "Dose of Country", "Whiskey in a Teacup", and "Black Sheep".

                                               

Tell Her

Tell Her may refer to: "Tell Her", song by Sonny Burns And George Jones, written by Eddie Noack 1954 "Tell Her" Rizzle Kicks song, for the 2014 Wimbledon Championships with a video featuring Maria Sharapova. "Tell Her", song by The Brook Brothers ...

                                               

Sehzade Mehmed Seyfeddin

Sehzade Mehmed Seyfeddin was born on 21 September 1874 in the Dolmabahçe Palace. He was the son of Sultan Abdulaziz and Gevheri Kadın, the daughter of Salih Svanba and Saziye Tsamba. She was the youngest son of his father and the second child of ...

                                               

I Cant Get Over You

I Cant Get Over You may refer to: "I Cant Get Over You Getting over Me", a 1983 song by Bandana country band "I Cant Get Over You", a song from the 1976 Dramatics album, Joy Ride "I Cant Get Over You", a song by Shane Filan from the 2015 album Ri ...

                                               

Sacred Ground

Sacred Ground Whit Dickey album, 2006 Sacred Ground McBride & the Ride album, or the title song see below, 1992 Sacred Ground David Murray album, or the title song, 2007 Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth, a 2005 compilation album of Native ...

                                               

Serious

"Serious" Duran song, a 1990 single from the album Liberty "Serious", a song from Gwen Stefanis album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. "Serious", a single by Donna Allen "Serious" Duffy song, the fourth single from her debut album "Serious", a song by A ...

                                               

Welcome to the Club

Welcome to the Club may refer to: Welcome to the Club Nat King Cole album Welcome to the Club musical, a 1989 Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Cy Coleman Welcome to the Club film Welcome to the Club Ian Hunter album "Welcome to the Club" ...

                                               

Pawn Shop

A pawn shop is a shop that takes possessions as pledge. Pawn Shop may also refer to: Pawnshop film, a 2013 film directed by Liubomyr Levytskyi "Pawn Shop", the original title of the song "Mammoth" by Interpol Pawn Shop album, a 2016 album by Brot ...

                                               

Heavy Lies the Crown

Heavy lies the crown. is a misquote of the line "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown", from Shakespeares play Henry IV, Part 2. Heavy Lies the Crown may also refer to:

                                               

For Sentimental Reasons

For Sentimental Reasons may refer to: Songs "I Love You For Sentimental Reasons", a popular song written by William "Pat" Best, first performed in 1945 by the Brown Dots, and covered by many artists "For Sentimental Reasons" 1936 song, a song pop ...

                                               

Before the Trap: Nights in Tarzana

Before the Trap: Nights in Tarzana is the seventh mixtape by American recording artist Chris Brown in collaboration with his OHB group; it was released on April 29, 2016. The mixtape contains appearances from rappers of his OHB collective and oth ...

                                               

Gravy Train

Gravy Train may refer to: In music: "Gravy Train", a song by Mark Knopfler on the maxi-single "Darling Pretty" "The Gravy Train", a song from the Ian Brown album Music of the Spheres "Gravy Train", a song by Snoop Doggy Dogg from Death Row: The L ...

                                               

Talking Book (disambiguation)

Talking Book or Talking books may refer to: Talking Book, an album by Stevie Wonder Talking book, also known as an audiobook Talking Books for the Blind, a US project which provides free recordings of books to the visually impaired Talking Books ...