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Top Songs In 1982

Physical, Olivia Newton-John
Eye of the Tiger, Survivor
I Love Rock N Roll, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
Ebony and Ivory, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder
Centerfold, The J. Geils Band
Don't You Want Me, The Human League
Jack & Diane, John Cougar
Hurts So Good, John Cougar
Abracadabra, Steve Miller Band
Hard to Say I'm Sorry, Chicago
Tainted Love, Soft Cell
Chariots of Fire, Vangelis
Harden My Heart, Quarterflash
Rosanna, Toto
I Can't Go for That, Daryl Hall and John Oates
867-5309/Jenny, Tommy Tutone
Key Largo, Bertie Higgins
You Should Hear How She Talks About You, Melissa Manchester
Waiting for a Girl Like You, Foreigner
Don't Talk to Strangers, Rick Springfield
The Sweetest Thing, Juice Newton
Always On My Mind, Willie Nelson
Shake It Up, The Cars
Let It Whip, The Dazz Band
We Got the Beat, The Go-Go's
The Other Woman, Ray Parker Jr.
Turn Your Love Around, George Benson
Sweet Dreams, Air Supply
Only the Lonely, The Motels
Who Can It Be Now?, Men At Work
Hold Me, Fleetwood Mac
Eye In the Sky, Alan Parsons Project
Let's Groove, Earth, Wind and Fire
Open Arms, Journey
Leader of the Band, Dan Fogelberg
Leather and Lace, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley
Even the Nights Are Better, Air Supply
I've Never Been to Me, Charlene
65 Love Affair, Paul Davis
Heat of the Moment, Asia
Take It Easy on Me, The Little River Band
Pac-Man Fever, Buckner and Garcia
That Girl, Stevie Wonder
Private Eyes, Daryl Hall and John Oates
Trouble, Lindsey Buckingham
Making Love, Roberta Flack
Love's Been a Little Bit Hard On Me, Juice Newton
Young Turks, Rod Stewart
Freeze-Frame, J. Geils Band
Keep the Fire Burnin', REO Speedwagon
Do You Believe In Love, Huey Lewis and The News
Cool Night, Paul Davis
Caught Up In You, 38 Special
Why Do Fools Fall In Love, Diana Ross
Love In the First Degree, Alabama
Hooked On America, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Wasted On the Way, Crosby, Stills and Nash
Think I'm In Love, Eddie Money
Love Is In Control, Donna Summer
Personally, Karla Bonoff
One Hundred Ways, Quincy Jones
Blue Eyes, Elton John
Our Lips Are Sealed, The Go-Go's
You Could Have Been With Me, Sheena Easton
You Can Do Magic, America
Did It in a Minute, Daryl Hall and John Oates
I Ran, A Flock Of Seagulls
Somebody's Baby, Jackson Browne
Oh No, The Commodores
Take It Away, Paul McCartney
It's Gonna Take a Miracle, Deneice Williams
A Love Song, Kenny Rogers
Don't Stop Believin', Journey
Comin' In and Out of Your Life, Barbra Streisand
Gloria, Laura Branigan
Empty Garden, Elton John
Yesterday's Songs, Neil Diamond
Crimson and Clover, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic, The Police
Here I Am, Air Supply
I Keep Forgettin', Michael Mcdonald
Get Down On It, Kool and The Gang
Any Day Now, Ronnie Milsap
Make a Move On Me, Olivia Newton-John
Take My Heart, Kool and The Gang
Mirror, Mirror, Diana Ross
Vacation, The Go-Go's
(Oh) Pretty Woman, Van Halen
Should I Do It, Pointer Sisters
Hot In the City, Billy Idol
Kids In America, Kim Wilde
Man on Your Mind, The Little River Band
What's Forever For, Michael Murphy
Waiting On a Friend, The Rolling Stones
All I Do, Stevie Wonder
Working for the Weekend, Loverboy
Goin' Down, Greg Guidry
Arthur's Theme, Christopher Cross
Through the Years, Kenny Rogers
Edge of Seventeen, Stevie Nicks

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Presenting "A Day In Life" my series of texts from my journals that I kept between the ages of 14 and 17. I'll be adding new entries every now and then to share all my thoughts, ideas,events, experiences, memories, ideas I had during the eighties. It is for my continued amusement that I read and reread my old journals, even when there isn't much content, I still gain occasional insight how I'm still in the process of changing to maturity. Most of the names have been changed to protect the people I recently found on Facebook. A few are just partial entries, my bleeping and blinding exclamations have been removed and some entries have been modified to give way to my now correct spelling and grammar. Yet the mix of excitement, melodrama and pleasant memories from the eighties are still much felt :)I hope, as you read my old journal with me, you enjoy the same sentiments.