Pat Benatar-Love is a Battlefeild.
He currently resides in Seattle, Washington and San Francisco, California. :)
becoming lead vocalist of train!! :) thagirlyoulove
Roll With It Feat. Project Pat
The ooh ooh song-Pat Benatar
Bob Dylan wrote the song to begin with but never finished it. I was an outtake for Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. OLD CROW received credit for finishing the lyrics.
Pat Boyle has written: 'Late eyes'
WESTLIFE LYRICS - To Be With You;)-nicoleTo Be With You was actually written and popularized by a band named Mr.Big which contains Paul Gilbert, Pat Torpey, Billy Sheehan and Eric Martin. Westlife just covered the song.
Pat Benatar is considered a rock and roll singer, and the song "Heartbreaker" fits in that categary since it is a rock and roll song. It was one of Pat Benatar's biggest hits of her career.
The song is Love Letter In The Sand
Pat Seals (Flyleaf bassist) wrote the song. Probably he was referring to a family member or close friend. Some people say he might've written it about God, but I don't think the lyrics "I wanna be there for you, someone you can come to" fit that explanation very well.
the outer eye is called the cornea
It was the theme song to "The Legend of Billie Jean" in 1985.Also, not the "theme song" but it was in 13 going on 30 and Jennifer Gardner's character did quote the lyrics in the slumber party scene (I think that's the right scene)***************************I'm not sure which movie used the lyric quotes. The first movie it was in was called "Heartbreakers"The first movie anyone actually watched that included the song was "Small Soldiers"I do believe it was quoted in a recent "ER" episode.Note: it was not the theme song to "The Legend of Billie Jean." It wasn't even featured in that film. That film's theme song--indeed by Pat Benetar--was "Invincible."The Googles is a wonderful invention.All movies with Pat Benatar: toprater.com/en/movies/objects/filters/actors/benatar-pat
Originally "Quando Quando Quando" was an Italian song, recorded by Tony Renis and lyrics by Alberto Testo. Pat Boone, later on the same year, was cited as the one who had put the English lyrics to it but other sources, including the Songwriters Hall of Fame, name the songwriger Ervin Drake as the lyrcist in English. The song had originally participated in the Eurovision Song Contest. Other notably interpretors, were Engelbert Humperdinck and Michael Buble.
That's Pat Green's song "I Like Texas".
Heart of Gold