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I Need You

"I Need You" Paris Hilton song, 2018 single "I Need You", by Alicia Keys from As I Am "I Need You", by Billy Squier from Dont Say No "I Need You" N-Dubz song, 2009 "I Need You", by Pat DiNizio of The Smithereens "I Need U" BTS song, 2015 "I Need ...

VSOP

VSOP album, an album by Herbie Hancock V.S.O.P. group, a jazz group featuring Herbie Hancock "V.S.O.P.", a song by Above the Law from Black Mafia Life "V.S.O.P." K. Michelle song, a song by K. Michelle from Rebellious Soul

Stressed Out (disambiguation)

Stressed Out is a 2015 song by Twenty One Pilots. Stressed Out may also refer to: "Stressed out", the condition of suffering from psychological stress

Chauka (song)

Chauka is an Indore Swachhta Anthem song for the 2019-2020 edition of Swachh Survekshan league 20-20, sung by Shankar Mahadevan & Rishiking composed by Rishiking and conceived by P Narahari IAS. Chauka Song was released by the Indian Television A ...

Echo Chamber (disambiguation)

Echo Chamber RJ Thompson album, 2017 Echo Chamber MC Paul Barman album, 2018 Echo Chamber 2014 EP by Jaani Peuhu

Still I Rise

Still I Rise may refer to: Still I Rise: A Cartoon History of African Americans, a 1997 book coauthored by Roland Owen Laird Jr. and Taneshia Nash Laird Still I Rise: A Graphic History of African Americans, a 2009 update of the 1997 book "Still I ...

Just as I Am

Just As I Am is a traditional Christian hymn. Just as I Am may also refer to: "Just as I Am", a song by Dee Harvey, 1992 "Just as I Am" Ricky Van Shelton song, 1993 "Just as I Am" Air Supply song, 1985 Just as I Am hymn, an 1835 hymn by Charlotte ...

Speculum

The term speculum, Latin for "mirror", and its plural specula, may refer to: Speculum metal, an alloy containing copper and tin used for making all-metal mirrors Speculum medical, a medical tool used for examining body cavities Speculum butterfly ...

Better Living Through Chemistry (disambiguation)

Better Living Through Chemistry is a variant of a 1935 DuPont advertising slogan. Better Living Through Chemistry may also refer to: "Better Living Through Chemistry", a Season 3 episode of Miami Vice Better Living Through Chemistry album, a 1996 ...

This Is Your Life (disambiguation)

This Is Your Life, the New Zealand version of the American TV series This Is Your Life, an American television documentary biography series hosted by Ralph Edwards. This Is Your Life, the Australian version of the American TV series This Is Your ...

Dont Lie (disambiguation)

Dont Lie is a 2005 song by the Black Eyed Peas. Dont Lie may also refer to: "Dont Lie", song by Ted Taylor, 1962 "Dont Lie", song by The Countdown Kids "Dont Lie", song by Tim Easton "Dont Lie", song by Keith Gattis "Dont Lie", song by Dead to Me ...

Dayglo (disambiguation)

Dayglo and similar usually mean: Day-Glo Color Corp., an American paint and pigments manufacturer which owns the Day-Glo DayGlo registered trademark Luminous paint, paint that exhibits luminescence Blacklight paint, more specifically Dayglo may a ...

Give Me All Your Love (disambiguation)

Give Me All Your Love is a song by Whitesnake. Give Me All Your Love or Gimme All Your Love may also refer to: "Give Me All Your Love", a song by Ari Gold from Ari Gold "Gimme All Your Love", a song by Alabama Shakes, 2015 "Give Me All Your Love" ...

Forever After (disambiguation)

Forever After is a 2014 album by V. Rose. Forever After may also refer to: Forever After film, a 1926 American silent drama film Forever After, a novel by Catherine Anderson 1998

After the Fire (disambiguation)

After the Fire may refer to: "After the Fire" Modern Family, the eighth episode of the third season of the American sitcom Modern Family After the Fire, a British rock band After the Fire, A Still Small Voice, a 2009 novel by English-Australian a ...

Lift Me Up

Lift Me Up may refer to: "Lift Me Up", a song by Keaton Simons "Lift Me Up" David Guetta song "Lift Me Up", a song by Christina Aguilera from Bionic "Lift Me Up" Jeff Lynne song "Lift Me Up" Yes song "Lift Me Up" Zion I and The Grouch song "Lift ...

Say Something

"Say Something" Flying Lotus song, 2019 "Say Something", a 2002 song and single by Haven "Say Somethin", a 1979 song by Gloria Gaynor from I Have a Right "Say Something" A Great Big World song with Christina Aguilera, 2013 "Say Something" Timbala ...

Accelerate (disambiguation)

To accelerate is to have acceleration: the rate of change of velocity of an object with respect to time. Accelerate may also refer to: USS Accelerate ARS-30, a salvage ship Accelerate Christina Aguilera song, a song from her studio album Liberati ...

Shut up (disambiguation)

Shut up is a slang term meaning "be quiet". Shut Up may also refer to: "Shut Up" The Black Eyed Peas song Shut Up Kelly Osbourne album, 2003 "Shut Up" Kelly Osbourne song "Shut Up" LaFee song Shut Up LaFee album, 2008 "Shut Up", by Lush "Shut Up! ...

Heater (disambiguation)

Oil heater, a device that heats oil to heat a small room Gas heater, a device that heats a small area using gas Furnace, referred to as a heater, used to heat buildings using a central system Boiler, referred to as a heater, used to heat water fo ...

Tonite

Tonite may refer to: "Tonite" DJ Quik song, a song by DJ Quik "Tonite", a song by The Go-Gos from Beauty and the Beat Tonite explosive, a type of explosive "Arms Tonite", a song by Mother from O My Heart Tonite, a 2000 album by Bad Boys Blue "Ton ...

Come What May

Come Whatever May, a 2006 album by Stone Sour "Come What May" 1952 song, a song popularized by Patti Page "Come What May" 2001 song, a song popularized by Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman, from the movie Moulin Rouge! "Come What May", an English l ...

Push–pull

Push–pull output, type of electronic circuit Push–pull connector, an electronic cable connector Push–pull converter, in electronics, is a type of DC to DC converter that uses a transformer Push technology / Pull technology, in network communications

Supercharger (disambiguation)

A supercharger is an air compressor that increases the pressure or density of air supplied to an internal combustion engine. Supercharger may also refer to:

Bottom of the well

bottom of the well is an idiomatic phrase, referring to a position from which one has a limited perspective or opportunities. It may also refer to: Song from the Bottom of a Well, a song by English singer Kevin Ayers The Thing at the Bottom of th ...

I Feel Love (disambiguation)

I Feel Love is a 1977 song by Donna Summer. It may also refer to: "I Feel Love Every Million Miles", a 2015 song by The Dead Weather "I Feel Love", a song from Rav Shmuels 2006 album, Protocols "I Feel Love", a 1989 song by Aishah and The Fan Clu ...

This Love

"This Love" Maroon 5 song, 2004 "This Love", covered by Ryan Adams, from the album 1989 "This Love", by Daniel Ash, from the album Coming Down "This Love" Pantera song, 1992 "This Love", by The Magic Numbers, from their eponymous album "This Love ...

Different Round Here

The album includes three singles: "There Was This Girl", "In Love by Now", and "I Wish Grandpas Never Died". In addition to these, Green also released "Numbers on the Cars" and "Bettin Man" digitally prior to the albums release. Dann Huff is the ...

Cheap Seats

A cheap seat is usually a high up seat in a venue or an arena where the ticket is sold at less expensive prices. The cheap seat is also commonly referred to as the "nosebleed section" of a venue Cheap Seats may refer to: Cheap Seats album, album ...

This Feeling

This Feeling may refer to: "This Feeling", a song by Truth Hurts from the album Truthfully Speaking "This Feeling", a song by Tinashe from the album In Case We Die "This Feeling", a song by James Brown from the album Get Up Offa That Thing "This ...

Erik Smaaland

Erik Smaaland is a Norwegian music Producer and Songwriter, who had his first larger international releases with" Alone Pt.2” by Alan Walker and Ava Max which hit top20 in 7 countries and peaked at No 77 on Spotify globally, and Robin Schulz feat ...

Aluminium (disambiguation)

Aluminium is a chemical element with symbol Al and atomic number 13. Aluminium or aluminum may also refer to: "Aluminium", a song by Damon Albarn Aluminum, an American automobile built by Aluminum Manufacturers, Inc. of Cleveland Aluminium album ...

Burn It Down

Burn It Down may refer to: "Burn It Down" Ricki-Lee Coulter song, 2012 "Burn It Down", a 2011 song by Awolnation from Back from Earth Burn It Down band "Burn It Down" Avenged Sevenfold song, 2005 "Burn It Down", a song by Five Finger Death Punch ...

Black lung

Black lung may refer to: Arthur Morgan, a protagonist in Red Dead Redemption 2 video game Black Lungs, a side project of Alexisonfire guitarist Wade MacNeil Black Lung, also known as Snog band, Australian band Black lung, or black lung disease, t ...

Ruffneck

Ruffneck may refer to: DJ Ruffneck, the most common alias of Patrick van Kerckhoven Ruffneck product brand, a brand of industrial heating products Dubstep/electro track by Skrillex Ruffneck song, a song by MC Lyte Ruffneck, by the Freestylers Dub ...

Hi-Lo

A regional term for a forklift, an industrial truck used to lift and move materials short distances Hi-Lo, a brand of travel trailer whose upper half rolls down over its lower half to reduce wind resistance during travel

The Lonely One

"The Lonely Ones", 1959 episode of About Religion "The Lonely One", 1992 episode of The Ray Bradbury Theatre "The Lonely Ones", 1956 episode of The Star and the Story "The Lonely One", 1954 episode of Inner Sanctum "The Lonely Ones", 1964 episode ...

Bite the bullet (disambiguation)

Bite the Bullet, the official newsletter for the Birmingham Bullets Supporters Club Bite the Bullet film, a 1975 American Western film Bite the Bullet!, a comedy production by Boom Chicago

Fitness (band)

Not to be confused with Fitness band. Fitness band is an American synth-rock band from Los Angeles, CA. The band consists of Max Collins, formerly from Eve 6, and Kenny Carkeet, formerly from Awolnation. They also feature Ben Hilzinger as their d ...

Saoirse

Saoirse is the Irish language word for "freedom" and may refer to: Saoirse Irish Freedom, the monthly organ of the Republican Sinn Fein MV Saoirse, a ship participating in Freedom Flotilla II Saoirse horse, Canadian champion racehorse Saoirse, no ...

I Dont Want to Know (disambiguation)

"I Dont Want to Know" 1990, by Vaya Con Dios from the album Night Owls "I Dont Wanna Know" 2004, by New Found Glory from the album Catalyst "Bliss I Dont Wanna Know" 2005, by Hinder from the album Extreme Behavior "I Dont Want to Know!" 2004, by ...

List of Billboard Christian Songs number ones of the 2020s

Christian Songs is a record chart compiled and published by Billboard that measures the top-performing contemporary Christian music songs in the United States. The data was compiled by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems based on the weekly audience i ...

Telepathy (disambiguation)

Telepathy is the purported transmission of information between people without using known sensory channels or physical interaction. Telepathy may also refer to: KDE Telepathy, a front-end for Telepathy Telepathy software, a software framework Tel ...

Air balloon (disambiguation)

"Air Balloon" Lily Allen song, a 2014 song by Lily Allen "Hot Air Balloon", a comedy routine by Dane Cook from 2010 I Did My Best: Greatest Hits Album "Hot Air Balloon", a song by Owl City from the album Ocean Eyes "Air Balloon", a song by Vixen ...

LDN

LDN is an abbreviation for London. It can also refer to: BBC London, formerly known as BBC LDN LDN rap singer, own project founded in 2015 by Dmitry Grakhov "LDN" song, a 2006 single by Lily Allen London Daily News, former newspaper

Midnight Rider (disambiguation)

Midnight Rider is a 1970 song by the Allman Brothers Band. Midnight Riders may also refer to: Midnight Rider, a 1977 album by Tommy James "The Midnight Rider", a former ring name of wrestler Dusty Rhodes Midnight Riders, a fictional rock band fro ...

Memorabilia (disambiguation)

Memorabilia may refer to: Objects preserved and collected as souvenirs Memorabilia Memorabilia event, an event held twice annually in Birmingham for collectors of memorabilia Ancient literary works Memorabilia Xenophon, a collection of Socratic d ...

Second Wind

A second wind is an exercise phenomenon. A second wind is also a sleep phenomenon. Both phenomena revolve around the sudden increase in energy during a period of fatigue. Second Wind may also refer to: Second Wind company, the developer of a Soda ...

Species (EP)

Species is the fourth EP by Japanese heavy metal band Crossfaith. It was released on 20 May 2020 in Japan, and later released on 22 May 2020 worldwide.

Take Me

Take Me may refer to: Take Me, a form of losing chess "Take Me" Korn song, 2016 "Take Me" Frank Sinatra song, 1942 "Take Me", a song on Grand Funk Railroads 1976 album, Born to Die "Take Me", a song on Papa Roachs 2004 album, Getting Away with Mu ...