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->Yeesh! You think he said "girl" enough times? "Girl, be my girl. Baby, be my girl. I need you girl. You throw like a girl." [[SarcasmMode Not]] ''[[SarcasmMode too]]'' [[SarcasmMode sugary]].
-->-- '''Brent Leroy''', ''Series/CornerGas''


-->-- '''[[RodgersAndHammerstein Oscar Hammerstein II]]'''

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-->-- '''[[RodgersAndHammerstein '''[[Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein Oscar Hammerstein II]]'''

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->''Through the crash of the waves,\\
I could tell that the words were romantic;\\
Something about sharing,\\
Something about always.''
-->-- ''Theatre/LaCageAuxFolles'', "Song On The Sand"


->''"Whenever there is some retrospective on the 80’s, this is always played off as a joke. You get Hollywood D-listers mocking how bad the music is and how bad [[Series/MiamiVice Don Johnson]] is at singing...I like to think of listening to Don Johnson the same as listening to say Kenny Loggins. We can all mock him for Playin’ with the Boys and laugh at the cheesy music but at the end of the day we love him for his music on ''Film/TopGun'', ''Film/{{Footloose}}'', and ''{{Film/Caddyshack}}''. As I was listening to the first half of the album, I kept thinking I was expecting this music to accompany some montage from some cheesy 80’s movie. You can’t help but chuckle at the repetitive nature of Don’s songs. After all, we are 'looking for a heartbeat', but we also learn 'the last sound love makes is a heartbreak' and also 'when looking for love, it is a heartache away'. It is like filling out a [[MadLibsCatchphrase MadLibs]] but replacing all nouns with either “love”, 'heartache' or 'heartbreak'."''

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->''"Whenever there is some retrospective on the 80’s, this is always played off as a joke. You get Hollywood D-listers mocking how bad the music is and how bad [[Series/MiamiVice Don Johnson]] is at singing...I like to think of listening to Don Johnson the same as listening to say Kenny Loggins. We can all mock him for Playin’ with the Boys and laugh at the cheesy music but at the end of the day we love him for his music on ''Film/TopGun'', ''Film/{{Footloose}}'', and ''{{Film/Caddyshack}}''. As I was listening to the first half of the album, I kept thinking I was expecting this music to accompany some montage from some cheesy 80’s movie. You can’t help but chuckle at the repetitive nature of Don’s songs. After all, we are 'looking for a heartbeat', but we also learn 'the last sound love makes is a heartbreak' and also 'when looking for love, it is a heartache away'. It is like filling out a [[MadLibsCatchphrase MadLibs]] but replacing all nouns with either “love”, 'heartache' or 'heartbreak'."''

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->''"Whenever there is some retrospective on the 80’s, this is always played off as a joke. You get Hollywood D-listers mocking how bad the music is and how bad [[Series/MiamiVice Don Johnson]] is at singing...I like to think of listening to Don Johnson the same as listening to say Kenny Loggins. We can all mock him for Playin’ with the Boys and laugh at the cheesy music but at the end of the day we love him for his music on ''Film/TopGun'', ''Film/{{Footloose}}'', and ''{{Film/Caddyshack}}''. As I was listening to the first half of the album, I kept thinking I was expecting this music to accompany some montage from some cheesy 80’s movie. You can’t help but chuckle at the repetitive nature of Don’s songs. After all, we are 'looking for a heartbeat', but we also learn 'the last sound love makes is a heartbreak' and also 'when looking for love, it is a heartache away'. It is like filling out a [[MadLibsCatchphrase MadLibs]] but replacing all nouns with either “love”, 'heartache' or 'heartbreak'."''
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2011/05/05/don-johnson-%E2%80%9Cheartbeat%E2%80%9D/ on]] "Heartbeat" by Don Johnson

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->''A sentimental song, that casts a magic spell,''\\
''[[AudienceParticipationSong They all will hum along]], [[ChewingTheScenery we'll overact like hell]]...''\\
''For this is the song that goes like this...''
-->-- '''Galahad and the Lady of the Lake''', ''Theatre/{{Spamalot}}''

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->''"I know the world is filled with troubles and many injustices. But reality is as beautiful as it is ugly. I think it is just as important to sing about beautiful mornings as it is to talk about slums. I just couldn't write anything without hope in it."''
-->-- '''[[RodgersAndHammerstein Oscar Hammerstein II]]'''

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