Unfortunately there is no live footage of two performing this number together, only the video.
It's inspiring to know that a giant 350 pound man can walk into a bar and pick up the alpha female just by having some pipes and a red hanky. Any that I've left out that you think should be included? Andy is a Supajam writer who has been a small-fry at numerous Commerical, BBC and Student radio stations over the last 6 years.
Yeah, when you’re 26, your voice has a certain timbre.
When you’re 68, your voice no longer has that timbre. We did a thing called the AFL [Australia Football League], I thought it was like halftime in the middle of a field, which I’ve done for NFL, and World Football League finals, the other Rugby league final, which was all at halftime, with fireworks.
There's something I've always wondered about this song.
In a way it strikes me as a response to Janis Ian's song "At Seventeen." One reason for this is the line at the end of the song "It was long ago and it was far away ..." which matches a similar line in Janis Ian's song. She's singing about missing out on love at 17 and Meat Loaf is replying that she may have been better of that way.
He is also a music promoter in the South-East of the UK.
He has a website where he interviews musicians with only one question, and he is currently typing in third-person.
Does anyone know if there's anything to this or if it's just a coincidence.
Thanks to this song everyone in my school thinks I'm weird.
Cher and The Loaf hit number 5 in the UK charts in 1982 with ' Dead Ringer For Love' after a slow four month climb.