who actually sang the pitch perfect songs?

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Answered: Who sang a song in the 1950's with the words, "Salome and her seven

My guess would be Ray Stevens. He had a lot of semi comedic songs with odd lyrics like that.

Answered: Who sang the song money money?

Wasn't that Dire Straits? Money for nothing and your chicks for free?

Answered: 70's song gotta get up to get down get your booty on the floor

Might be a couple different ones. The first one is from 1971, the late great Harry Nilsson. The other one I recall is by Coolio. (not my fav) See comments

Answered: The girl silvia that sang one title songs in the year of 1980's

A few years after Sylvia's retirement from the music business, she guest-hosted TNN 's Crook and Chase show and also hosted her own Holiday Gourmet cooking special. After selling over four million records and touring extensively for eight years, Sylvia pulled back from the spotlight to write and ...

Answered: How do you know its over The Song Who sings it ?

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Answered: Who wrote the song

Robert Meredith Willson (with 2 L's).
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When i was about 13 my mom had a 45 record it was blue it was a song

the song was by henry mcpeak he sang with bill belevins and ray strong he was a hillbilly rock singer . to much pride is the name of song. thank you for that song this was not the song thanks

Who sang radio religion

I'm not familiar with this song personally, but here's what I got from searching: Maybe it's this song by a group called "The Old Ceremony"? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UblSxrn--zc I also found another song with this name by another artist named Django Haskins: http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Huey Lewis sang

Yeah, sorta what songwriters do.

Greatest song of all time? My choice is 'This ...

My choice are: The Who, ''I Can't Explain'' Bob Marley and the Wailers, ''I Shot the Sheriff'' Elvis Presley, ''Blue Suede Shoes'' Little Richard, ''The Girl Can't Help It'' John Lee Hooker, ''Boom Boom'' Johnny Cash, ''I Walk the Line''