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Kansas City. Knock on Wood. Ladies Night. Lady Marmalade. Last Friday Night. Le Freak. Marina and the Diamonds is my queen and her music never fails to make me feel like I am unstoppable. This girl is like a weirder, French Lady Gaga who doesn't try quite so hard to be avant-garde. I have no idea what she's saying but when I blare this through my car speakers, I feel like a badass.
With help from my bee mates. Sending out lots of love and hugs today. Search this website. So glad you are joining in! Debbie Loading Hope you do join! Please sign me up. Red Rock West Crime Drama Thriller. Gator Agents force a former con man to help them nab a corrupt politician. Edit Storyline When Fred Frenger gets out of prison, he decides to start over in Miami, Florida, where he starts a violent one-man crime wave.
Taglines: Real badge. Real gun. Fake cop. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Bobo Lewis was born in Miami. Goofs When they have to buzz you in through a locked coin shop door, they also have to buzz you out. But Frenger just goes through the door after shooting Pedro and the coin shop owner. No one buzzes him out, and the door would be locked. Quotes Sergeant Frank Lackley : He got your gun You are a disgrace to the police force. User Reviews One of those obscure classics!
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Language: English. Runtime: 97 min. Apparently he's got friends on the grapevine who told him otherwise, which means in this twisted little game of romantic chicken, he's one up on her. Can this relationship survive? Uh, most probably not. Okay, it was only a b-side to "All I Really Want To Do," Columbia , and it does hedge its title bet with recurring use of the word "probably.
What's good about this breakup song is that it refuses to identify just how the singer's been hurt, making it a good selection for you whether the problem is generic infidelity or something more, oh, Bobbitesque. A deep cut that became as popular as any hit single, this was also the first song to incur the wrath of the burgeoning women's rights movement when it came to the Stones.
And you can hardly blame them, what with the relentless mean-spiritedness of the lyrics: Mick alternately calls his significant other a "squirmin' dog" and a "Siamese cat," pointedly implies that she's his pet, and describes how he gets to play around now, even though she can't.Sign in to like videos, comment, and subscribe. Sign in. Watch Queue Queue.