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Author: jake garza
Posted: Jul 18 2003 - 03:12 AM
Subject: What show is this theme song to?
The whole title is just the single word 'Runaway', sometime around 1961 timeframe, on 'Laurie' record label, I think. Del Shannon is indeed the vocal artist, although Lawrence Welk also recorded it with his orchestra about the same time on 'Dot' records.
Author: Doug
Posted: Feb 10 2003 - 03:52 AM
Subject: What show is this theme song to?
My Little Runaway, by Del Shannon. You can find this tune on Bearshare or Kazaa.

Best wishes,

Author: Heather
Posted: Feb 01 2003 - 04:44 AM
Subject: What show is this theme song to?
I believe the name of it is run away. It's from a show in the 80's I'm sure. Ok late 80's early 90's. Here's a couple of lines from it
I'm walking in the rain I feel the sun and I feel the pain
run away run run run run away.
Can anyone tell me to what theme show that song belongs.

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