Hip-hop / Funk
Electronic / Rock
Dana McVicker - I'm Loving The Wrong Man Again.
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Background: solo singer. I'd Rather Be Crazy". 64. "Call Me a Fool". 65. "I'm Loving the Wrong Man Again".
Profile: American country singer, born in Baltimore, Maryland. I'd Rather Be Crazy (7", Promo).
Dana McVicker new songs, albums, biography, chart history, photos, videos, news, and more on Billboard, the go-to source for what's hot in music. Ranked by performance on chart. 1 of 4. Call Me A Fool. 2 of 4. Rock-A-Bye Heart. 3 of 4. I'm Loving The Wrong Man Again.
what’s meant to be will be. stop trippin on the future, enjoy the present and let life do its thing. go crazy it's stay c ehirsh Jan 2. More.
Dana McVicker is an American country music artist. McVicker was also nominated for Best New Female Artist at the 1988 Academy of Country Music awards, losing to K. T. Oslin. She also appeared on the song "Young Country" from Hank Williams, J. s Born to Boogie album
I’d rather be livin' Than waitin’ I’d rather be givin’ Than takin’ I’d rather be for real Than fakin’ Yes, I Yes, I Yes, I would. I’d rather be doin’ Than sittin’ I’d rather be losin’ Than quittin’ I’d rather be different Than fittin’ Yes, I Yes, I Yes, I would. I’d rather be dancin’ I’d rather be dancin’ Dancin’ Dancin’. I’d rather be startin’ Than stoppin' I’d rather be runnin’ Than walkin’ I’d rather be singin’ Than talkin’ Yes, I Yes, I Yes, I would. I’d rather be tryin’ Than cheatin’ I’d rather be dreamin’ Than sleepin’ I’d rather be sharin’ Than keepin’ If I If I If I could. Never gonna know if you’re scared to try Just keep movin' Win or losin' Gotta take a leap Just jump and fly Just jump and fly. I’d rather be dancin’ Dancin’ I’d rather be dancin’ Dancin’. Only one thing I want in this world One thing One thing Only one thing That’s right for this girl Dancin’.
Skyscraper is the second full-length studio album by David Lee Roth, the original and current lead vocalist of Van Halen. It was released on January 26, 1988 on Warner Bros. Skyscraper was issued shortly after the commercially and critically successful Eat 'Em and Smile Tour of 1986–1987. Skyscraper hit No. 6 on the Billboard Top 200 . album chart during February 1988, en route to selling two million copies in the United States.
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Blues / Folk and Country
Folk and Country
Jazz / Pop
Electronic / Pop