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Top Songs Of 1983

Every Breath You Take, The Police
Billie Jean, Michael Jackson
Flashdance...What A Feeling, Irene Cara
Down Under, Men At Work
Beat It, Michael Jackson
Total Eclipse of the Heart, Bonnie Tyler
Maneater, Daryl Hall and John Oates
Baby, Come to Me, Patti Austin and James Ingram
Maniac, Michael Sembello
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), The Eurythmics
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, Culture Club
You and I, Eddie Rabbitt and Crystal Gayle
Come On Eileen, Dexy's Midnight Runners
Shame On the Moon, Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band
She Works Hard for the Money, Donna Summer
Never Gonna Let You Go, Sergio Mendes
Hungry Like the Wolf, Duran Duran
Let's Dance, David Bowie
Twilight Zone, Golden Earring
I Know There's Something Going On, Frida
Jeopardy, Greg Kihn Band
Electric Avenue, Eddy Grant
She Blinded Me With Science, Thomas Dolby
Africa, Toto
Little Red Corvette, Prince
Back On the Chain Gang, The Pretenders
Up Where We Belong, Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes
Mr. Roboto, Styx
You Are, Lionel Richie
30. Der Kommissar, After The Fire
31. Puttin' On the Ritz, Taco
Sexual Healing, Marvin Gaye
(Keep Feeling) Fascination, Human League
Time (Clock of the Heart), Culture Club
The Safety Dance, Men Without Hats
Mickey, Toni Basil
You Can't Hurry Love, Phil Collins
Separate Ways, Journey
One On One, Daryl Hall and John Oates
We've Got Tonight, Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton
1999, Prince
Stray Cat Strut, Stray Cats
Allentown, Billy Joel
Stand Back, Stevie Nicks
Tell Her About It, Billy Joel
Always Something There to Remind Me, Naked Eyes
Truly, Lionel Richie
Dirty Laundry, Don Henley
The Girl Is Mine, Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney
Too Shy, Kajagoogoo
Goody Two Shoes, Adam Ant
Rock The Casbah, The Clash
Our House, Madness
Overkill, Men At Work
Is There Something I Should Know, Duran Duran
Gloria, Laura Branigan
Affair of the Heart, Rick Springfield
She's a Beauty, The Tubes
Solitare, Laura Branigan
Don't Let It End, Styx
How Am I Supposed to Live Without You, Laura Branigan
China Girl, David Bowie
Come Dancing,The Kinks
Promises Promises, Naked Eyes
The Other Guy, The Little River Band
Making Love Out of Nothing At All, Air Supply
Family Man, Daryl Hall and John Oates
Wanna Be Startin' Somethin', Michael Jackson
I Won't Hold You Back, Toto
All Right, Christopher Cross
Straight from the Heart, Bryan Adams
Heart to Heart, Kenny Loggins
My Love, Lionel Richie
I'm Still Standing, Elton John
Hot Girls In Love, Loverboy
It's a Mistake, Men At Work
I'll Tumble 4 Ya, Culture Club
All This Love, Debarge
Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy, Sammy Hagar
Heartbreaker, Dionne Warwick
Faithfully, Journey
Steppin' Out, Joe Jackson
Take Me to Heart, Quarterflash
(She's) Sexy + 17, Stray Cats
Try Again, Champaign
Dead Giveaway, Shalamar
Lawyers In Love, Jackson Browne
What About Me, Moving Pictures
Human Nature, Michael Jackson
Photograph, Def Leppard
Pass the Dutchie, Musical Youth
True, Spandau Ballet
Far From Over, Frank Stallone
I've Got a Rock 'N' Roll Heart, Eric Clapton
It Might Be You, Stephen Bishop
Tonight, I Celebrate My Love, Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack
You Got Lucky, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Don't Cry, Asia
Breaking Us in Two, Joe Jackson
Fall In Love With Me, Earth, Wind and Fire

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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.