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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > LOOKING FOR 3 SONGS
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Author: Edu
Posted: Apr 05 2004 - 10:40 AM
Ive 3 heard songs recently that I would like to know what are these.

The first is a funny,brighting up song, Makes me think of summer. I think its from the 60s and i think its american. The voice is of a man but I dont know exactly the lyrics. The song starts like this (Maybe the lyrics are no right, I dont know):

I know,I know it, oh oh
I think Id go

The second is an 80s pop song, and the only phrases i remember are:

"its burning deep inside me,
dont you feel the same?
all through the night
all through the night

Its a woman who sings it

The other one is a pop song, late 80s or 90, a man brings the voice and the only part I remember is:


OH OH OH OH, OH OH OH OH your love

The song sounds like U2 (more or less, hehe)

I know there arent too many clues!

Answer if you know please, Ive been searching for a long long time and still havent found it!

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