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  1. The birthday night for Madonna's Dad was June 1st (the second night in Auburn Hills, MI.) I only know because that's the show I attended. Hope that helps the list. 🤗
  2. I heard Who's That Girl tonight at work, and Open Your Heart yesterday. ☺️
  3. I heard Take A Bow on satellite radio tonight at work. Not sure which station it is, but they play a lot of contemporary AC from the 80's, some 90's and a bit from the past 20 years, but mostly 80's. I've recently also heard La Isla Bonita and Cherish on it too.
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    I Know It. Angels with Dirty Faces -or- Dear Father.
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    Oh Father: When I was a kid it sounded to me like she was crying in it, which made me cry myself. Something to Remember: My parents split in 1990, and my mother used to play this over and over again, which naturally broke my heart. I'll Remember: In 1994 my father was diagnosed with cancer, and I thought I was going to lose him at this time. Everything turned out ok luckily. You'll see: The song came when I had my very first intense romantic heartbreak. I found it so emotional yet inspiring at the same time. The power of Good-bye: So I wasn't over my heartbreak yet, and this song made me realize I had to say goodbye... for good. Time Stood Still: The lush music in this song just kills me, plus the way she sings it. It was also at a time in my life where I was finally a full adult and chasing my dreams. Intense time in my life. Gone: The music in this song and the way she sings it, just gutted me the first time I heard it. Those harmonies!! Intervention: The sweet sentimental lyrics, and that guitar solo!! I was done. Even the outro gets me. Erotica (Confessions tour mix): I found it so beautiful. Mixing the demo lyrics in the song and so dreamy sounding. It was a surprise to me when I first heard it live. Sensual and intensely emotional at the same time. Reminiscent, new and incredible to me all at once. Ghosttown: This song literally had me in tears I think the first dozen times I heard it. Beautiful song, message and her lower register which I hadn't heard in a while. Should have been a #1 hit worldwide.
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    Really? I loved Truth or Dare Naked. I found it very unisex. I wore it to work and I received a ton of compliments on it all the time. It seemed to work great with my chemistry. I never got a chance to test or even smell the original though unfortunately.
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    I was the one who asked her about Christopher Flynn. I'm glad that she said she is covering him, even though she wasn't certain at first. I mean without him, there wouldn't be Madonna the superstar. It seems to me though, and I could be wrong, her memory for certain things isn't quite there. I mean Bond Ambition WAS actually released. It's just it was released on a format that never went anywhere, so most fans have only seen from official sources the footage from TOD, unless they go on YouTube. I doubt that she would remember all of those little details, but still.... It's almost like she needs to have a few long-term fans there with her to bring up certain important things that maybe she might overlook or not remember but they will. I'm talking the way general people reacted to certain things that she did in her career, or strictly from a fans perspective. We remember how we, our families, friends and media reacted at the time. We remember very specific details that I'm sure she would only remember if we refreshed her memory... I mean, she forgot about Tragic Girl for goodness sakes lol. Who knows? Maybe that was part of why she went live with us. But maybe not, she was very consumed with Paula and the filming of Evita at the moment.
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    I'll be 43 next month, and I've been a fan of hers since I started listening to the radio when I was around 7 years old. I really, really liked her songs from the first 2 albums (even though I only knew what she looked like from her album LP's as I didn't start watching music videos till around '86 or so once we got cable), and in fact my first ever concert I saw was her at Cobo in Detroit in 1985. That Spring evening seeing her for the first time live initiated the mega fan in me, and well here we are.
  9. I really like it. I like the original version too. This remix has a different vibe which is pretty cool. The only thing I would change is the speed. It seems sped up like the Secret remix by Junior... Madonna doesn't sound like herself at all on the remix which I find bizarre, but I'll take that over the way she sounded on the Madame X album which I don't enjoy at all.
  10. Wow, people are really cruel to others on this forum. Definitely think it's time for a break.
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    I always thought Eva Max's "Salt" should be on the Wonder Woman 1984 soundtrack, but I'll take this collaboration over that any day!
  12. The particular song that a lot of people seemed to like from Madonna except myself is 4 Minutes. I never cared for that song whatsoever.
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    I could swear I remember an interview with her someplace where she actually discusses this regarding Forbidden Love. She smiles, laughs and cheekily says "there are no coincidences...".
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    Like A Prayer Jimmy Jimmy or Cry Baby?