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Arrest (disambiguation)

Arrest is the action of the police or another authority to apprehend and take under guard a person who is suspected of committing a crime. Arrest and its derivations may also refer to:

Give Up the Ghost

Give Up the Ghost may refer to: "Give Up the Ghost", a song by Switches from Heart Tuned to D.E.A.D. "Give Up the Ghost", a song by C2C from Tetra "Give Up the Ghost", a song by Ariana and the Rose Give Up the Ghost band, now American Nightmare, ...

Honeymoon Fades

Honeymoon Fades is a song by American singer Sabrina Carpenter, released on February 14, 2020 through Hollywood Records. It is Carpenters first release since her fourth studio album Singular: Act II in July 2019.

From This Moment On

From This Moment On may refer to: "From This Moment On" Shania Twain song 1997 From This Moment On, a 1975 album by George Morgan, or its title song From This Moment On!, a 1968 album by jazz saxophonist Charles McPherson "From This Moment On" Co ...

Told You So

Told You So may refer to: "Told You So" Christopher song, title track from album above by Danish singer Christopher Told You So Sparkle album, 2000 album by singer Sparkle Told You So Christopher album, 2014 album by Danish singer Christopher "To ...

Hearsay (disambiguation)

Hearsay, in law, refers to a testimony based on what a witness heard rather than what they witnessed personally. Hearsay or Hear Say may also refer to:

Radio (Steep Canyon Rangers album)

Radio is the ninth solo album by Steep Canyon Rangers, their eleventh overall. It was released on August 28, 2015. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums chart on 18 September, 2015 and spent a total of 41 weeks on that chart ...

If I Should Fall Behind

If I Should Fall Behind may refer to: Paul Carrack on the 2012 album Good Feeling "If I Should Fall Behind", a song by Bruce Springsteen from the 1992 album Lucky Town, also recorded by The Wave Pictures on the 2009 single "If I Should Fall Behin ...

Its Been So Long (disambiguation)

"Its Been So Long", track on 2013 Join the Dots Toy album "Its Been So Long", track on 1981 album Twangin. by Dave Edmunds "Its Been So Long", track on 1967 album Pandemonium Shadow Show Harry Nilsson "Its Been So Long", 1965 single by The Ikette ...

Do You Remember?

Do You Remember may refer to: "Do You Remember", a 2002 song by Aaron Carter Do You Remember?, a British television series featuring Ian Holm "Do You Remember?", a song by Husker Du from Everything Falls Apart "Do You Remember?" The Beach Boys so ...

Getting Over You

Getting Over You or Gettin Over You may refer to: "Getting Over You", a song by Alabama from My Homes in Alabama "I Think Im Over Getting Over You", a song by Tony Hazzard, later covered by multiple artists "Getting Over You", a song by Deana Car ...

Im Jealous (Ike & Tina Turner song)

Im Jealous is a song written by Ike Turner and Jane Bossung. It was released by R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner on Sue Records in January 1961. The record was the third single from the duos debut album The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner.

Singing His Praise

Singing His Praise is a studio album by American country artists Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. It was released in March 1972 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was the pairs first album collection of gospel songs and it would a ...

Peaches N Cream

Peaches N Cream is a song written by Steve Venet and Tommy Boyce, originally released by The Ikettes on Modern Records in 1965. It became the first Billboard Top 40 single for the Ikettes since their debut "Im Blue in 1961.

It Could Be You (disambiguation)

It Could Be You is a 1956-1961 American game show hosted by Bill Leyden. It Could Be You may also refer to: In film and television: "It Could Be You", an episode of the MTV documentary series True Life It Could Be You Australian game show, a 1960 ...

Morelia (disambiguation)

Morelia may refer to: Mexico: Morelia, Chiapas, a hamlet in the municipality of Altamirano Morelia, capital of the state of Michoacan Colombia: Morelia, Caqueta, a municipality Genera: Morelia plant, a genus of plants family Rubiaceae Morelia sna ...

Sin Tu Amor

Sin Tu Amor may refer to: "Sin Tu Amor", 2007 song by Alacranes Musical from the album Ahora y Siempre Sin Tu Amor album, by Los Freddys "Sin Tu Amor", 2000 song by Pedro Fernandez from the album Yo no fui "Sin Tu Amor" song on album Te Quiero: R ...

Casual

Casual or Casuals may refer to: Business casual a loosely defined dress code Casual wear, a loosely defined dress code Smart casual a loosely defined dress code Casual rapper, an American rapper Casuals F.C., a football club Casual employment, an ...

Enough

"Enough" Malina Moye song, 2019 "Enough", by Sevendust from Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow "Enough", by Cat Power from Myra Lee "Enough", by Keke Wyatt from Unbelievable "Enough", by Flume featuring Pusha T from Skin Companion EP 2 "Enough", by Jessi ...

Jukebox (disambiguation)

Jukebox Cat Power album, a 2008 covers album released by American singer Cat Power Jukeboxer, moniker of Brooklyn-based musician Noah Wall Jukebox Drifters album, 2013 album by Swedish band the Drifters Jukebox Human Nature album, a 2014 album by ...

Heathrow (disambiguation)

Heathrow hamlet, a hamlet destroyed in 1944 during construction of Heathrow Airport Heathrow Aerodrome or Great West Aerodrome, facility that became Heathrow Airport

Are You the One? (disambiguation)

Are You the One? is an American reality television series on MTV, in which young singles try to find love. Are You the One or Are You the One? may also refer to:

Open the Door

Open the Door may refer to: "Open the Door", a song by Zion I and The Grouch from Heroes in the City of Dope "Open the Door", a 1958 song by James Booker "Open the Door To Your Heart", a song by Van Morrison from Born to Sing: No Plan B "Open the ...

You Owe Me

You Owe Me may refer to: "You Owe Me" Chainsmokers song, 2018 "You Owe Me", song by Danny from Charm album 2006 and Behind the Beats, Vol. 2 2007 "You Owe Me", song by Soulsavers from Angels & Ghosts 2015 "You Owe Me", song by Scarface from My Ho ...

Take away (disambiguation)

Takeaway song, by The Chainsmokers The Takeaway, a news radio program The Takeaways, a fictional band in the Australian TV series Sweet and Sour Takeaway.com, a Dutch food ordering website Take Away, a 2003 film Take Away / The Lure of Salvage, a ...

Hell Breaks Loose (album)

Hell Breaks Loose is the seventh studio album from Australian country singer Shane Nicholson, released on Lost Highway Australia, Universal in August 2015. It is the first album of new material since Nicholsons marriage break-up with Kasey Chambe ...

Lonely at the Top

Lonely at the Top may refer to: "Lonely at the Top", a song by Bon Jovi, from their album 100.000.000 Bon Jovi Fans Cant Be Wrong Lonely at the Top: The Best of Randy Newman, a 1987 album by Randy Newman Lonely at the Top, a 1984 album by Hermine ...

Whammy

Whammy can refer to: A whammy, a serious setback, such as one caused by a spell, curse or hex. Double or triple whammy, an extra powerful whammy, a term popularized by the Lil Abner character Evil-Eye Fleegle The villain of the game show Press Yo ...

Sing Hallelujah

"Sing Hallelujah" Linda Stassen song, 1974 hymn "Sing Hallelujah", song by German Bonds trad., arr. German Bonds 1966 "Sing Hallelujah", song by The New Seekers Macaulay 1974 "Sing Hallelujah", song by The Les Humphries Singers, Humphries 1972 "S ...

All I Really Want

All I Really Want may refer to: "All I Really Want", a song from the 2005 All I Really Want for Christmas, by Steven Curtis Chapman "All I Really Want", a song from the 2000 album TP-2.com by R. Kelly "All I Really Want", a 1982 song by Cheap Tri ...

This Is My Song

This Is My Song may refer to: This Is My Song Ray Conniff album 1967 This Is My Song Deniece Williams album 1998 "This Is My Song!", a 2004 song by Carbon Lead from Indian Summer This Is My Song Patti Page album 1957 "This Is My Song" 1967 song, ...

I Finally Understand

I Finally Understand is a song by Charli XCX, released on 7 May 2020 as the third single from her fourth studio album, How Im Feeling Now. As with all previous singles from the album, three official covers were released for the song. The song was ...

Name of the Game

Fame Is the Name of the Game, a 1966 American TV film The Name of the Game TV series, a 1968–1971 American drama series "The Name of the Game", an episode of The Boys. "The Name of the Game" Greys Anatomy, an episode of the TV series Greys Anatomy

If You Want My Love (disambiguation)

If You Want My Love is a 1982 single by American rock band Cheap Trick from their album One on One ". If You Want My Love or similar may also refer to: "If You Still Want My Love", a 2017 song by Cheap Trick from Were All Alright! "If You Want My ...

Long Time Coming

Long Time Coming may refer to: Long Time Comin Maile Misajon album, 2011 Long Time Coming eLDee album, 2004 "Long Time Coming", a song by Humanzi "Long Time Comin", a song by Bruce Springsteen from Devils & Dust, 2005 A Long Time Comin, an album ...

I Will Survive (disambiguation)

I Will Survive is a song first performed by Gloria Gaynor I Will Survive may also refer to: I Will Survive TV series, a 2012 Australian talent show "I Will Survive", a single by Liverpool band Arrival I Will Survive, also known as Sobrevivire, a ...

Thats The Way It Goes

Thats The Way It Goes may refer to: "Thats The Way It Goes", song by the Swinging Blue Jeans from Blue Jeans aSwinging Guess Thats The Way It Goes, song Don Charles, Meek 1962 "That’s The Way It Goes song recorded by Peggy Lee, written by Morris ...

Kanpai

Kanpai!, sometimes transcribed Kampai!, is the Japanese word for "Cheers!" in a drinking toast. Kanpai or Kampai may refer to:

Hang Em High (disambiguation)

Hang Em High is a 1968 film starring Clint Eastwood. Hang Em High may also refer to: "Hang Em High" composition 1968, the title theme from the film "Hang Em High" 2004, a song by My Chemical Romance on the album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge Han ...

Strut (disambiguation)

A strut is a structural component. Strut s may also refer to: MacPherson strut, a component of some vehicle suspensions Strut channel, a standardized formed structural system

New Love

"New Love", by Dua Lipa from Dua Lipa "New Love", by Voxtrot from their self-titled album, 2007 "New Love", by the Arches featuring Karen Harding, 2015 "New Love", by The Muffs, 1991 "New Love", by Maroon 5 from V "New Love", by Cherrelle from Hi ...

Feel It

Feel It may refer to: "Feel It" The Tamperer featuring Maya song, 1998 single "Feel It", a theme song from The Wendy Williams Show performed by Fergie under the title "Shout It Out Remix" "Feel It" Three 6 Mafia song, 2009 single "Feel It", a Kat ...

Its Not Over

"Its Not Over", 2007 song by Secondhand Serenade, from the album Awake "Its Not Over Til Its Over", 1987 single by Starship, from the album No Protection "Its Not Over" Mark Chesnutt song, 1992 "Its Not Over" Curtis Harding song, 2018 "Its Not Ov ...

Bill Anderson album)

Bill is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in July 1973 on MCA Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was Andersons first studio album to be released on the MCA label after Decca Records merg ...

Biology (disambiguation)

Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, also referred to as Biosciences. Biology may also refer to: Biology textbook, a textbook by Neil Campbell, first published in 1987 Biology journal, a scientific j ...

No More Secrets

No More Secrets may refer to: No More Secrets for Me, child abuse prevention book for children by Jane Aaron No More Secrets, 1999 film by Sylvia Hamilton "No More Secrets", song by Papa Roach from The Paramour Sessions "No More Secrets", song by ...

Diamond ring

Diamond ring or diamond rings may refer to: Engagement ring Diamond Ring professional wrestling, Japanese professional wrestling promotion Diamond ring, a type of jewelry featuring a diamond The diamond ring effect, a feature of total solar eclipses

Train wreck (disambiguation)

A train wreck is the aftermath of a train crash. Train wreck may also refer to: "Train Wreck", an episode of the sitcom The King of Queens "Trainwreck" Banks song "Trainwreck", a song by Demi Lovato from her album Dont Forget Trainwreck: My Life ...

Terrian (singer)

Terrian Bass Woods is an American singer and songwriter. She is a Christian music recording artist. She is known for her role as a vocalist in TobyMacs band, Diverse City.

EnLightninment

Lynn Van Matre of the Chicago Tribune writes, "One of the big songs of 1966 was Christies "Lightnin Strikes," which sold more than a million copies, reached the No. 1 pop single spot, and now serves as the inspiration for the play-on-words title ...