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Forget Me Nots – Patrice Rushen

Forget Me Nots – Patrice Rushen

You may not remember “Forget Me Nots” by Patrice Rushen from 1982. But if your ears were attached to your head and working properly in 1997, you definitely know the melody of “Forget Me Nots.” That’s because “Forget Me Nots” is the basis of “Men in Black” by Will Smith. Simply replace “Sending me forget me nots / I want you to remember” with “Here come the Men in Black / they won’t let you remember” in … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1980s, Pop

Last Kiss Lyrics – Pearl Jam

Last Kiss Lyrics – Pearl Jam

Click to read the strange history behind “Last Kiss” Last Kiss lyrics Oh where, oh where, can my baby be? The Lord took her away from me She’s gone to heaven, so I’ve got to be good So I can see my baby when I leave this world We were out on a date in my daddy’s car We hadn’t driven very far There in the road, straight ahead A car was stalled, the engine was dead I couldn’t stop, so I swerved to the … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1990s, Rock

Last Kiss Lyrics – J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers

Last Kiss Lyrics – J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers

Click here to read the strange history of “Last Kiss” Last Kiss lyrics [Chorus] Oh where oh where can my baby be The Lord took her away from me She’s gone to heaven soI got to be good So I can see my baby when I leave this world We were out on a date in my daddy’s car We hadn’t driven very far There in the road straight up ahead A car was stalled the engine was dead I couldn’t stop so I swerved to … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1960s, Pop

Last Kiss Lyrics – Wednesday

Last Kiss Lyrics – Wednesday

Read the bizarre story behind “Last Kiss” Last Kiss Lyrics We were out on a date in my daddys car We hadnt driven very far There in the road, straight ahead A car stalled, the engine was dead I couldnt stop, so I turned to the right I’ll never forget the sound that nite Crying tires and busting glass The painfull scream that I heard last Chorus Oh where oh where can my baby be The lord took her away from me She’s gone to heaven so I … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1970s, Pop

Last Kiss – Wednesday

Last Kiss – Wednesday

I expect you know “Last Kiss” by Pearl Jam. Virtually everyone has heard Pearl Jam’s version of the song, yet almost no one has heard the original one-hit wonder versions by J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers and Wednesday. That’s right: two bands are one-hit wonders for the same song. This is what makes one-hit wonders so amazing and why they’re so endearing for their simple, bizarre charms. If you know “Last Kiss” by J. Frank … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1970s, Pop

Last Kiss – J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers

Last Kiss – J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers

The history of “Last Kiss” is stranger than fiction. Written in 1960, the tragic song has hit the Billboard Top 40 twice, turning two bands into one-hit wonders. The first time was in 1964 by J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers. The second time was ten years later in 1974 when Canadian band Wednesday hit #38 with “Last Kiss” on the Billboard Hot 100. Twenty-five years later, Pearl Jam took “Last Kiss” to #2 … Read entire article »

Filed under: 1960s, Pop