06/06/1985 Top of the Pops


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06/06/1985

Simon Bates and Richard Skinner present the pop chart programme. Featuring Gary Moore & Phil Lynott, Kool and The Gang, Propaganda, David Bowie, Duran Duran and Paul Hardcastle.


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TOP OF THE POPS THEME MUSIC

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CHEERING

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All hits all the time. This is Top Of The Pops.

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There's a glimpse of Bowie later on, plus a new video on Top Of The Pops.

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New headgear as well. Plus...

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Ah, yes. Let's start off with Phil Lynott and Gary Moore, Out In The Fields.

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APPLAUSE

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# It doesn't matter if you're wrong or if you're right

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# It makes no difference if you're black or if you're white

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# All men are equal till the victory is won

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# No colour or religion ever stopped the bullet from a gun

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# Out in the fields

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# The fighting has begun

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# Out on the streets

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# They're falling one by one

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# Out from the skies

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# A thousand more will die each day

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# Death is just a heartbeat away

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# It doesn't matter if you're left or to the right

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# Don't try to hide behind the cause for what you fight

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# There'll be no prisoners taken when the day is done

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# No flag or uniform ever stopped the bullet from a gun

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# Out in the fields

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# The fighting has begun

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# Out on the streets

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# They're falling one by one

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# Out from the skies

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# A thousand more will die each day

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# Death is just a heartbeat away

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# There's no communication

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# No-one to take the blame

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# The cries of every nation

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# Have fallen on deaf ears

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# Again

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GUITAR SOLO

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# Out in the fields

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# Out in the fields

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-# They are falling one by one

-Out in the fields

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# No flag has ever stopped the bullet from a gun

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-# Death is just a heartbeat away

-Out in the fields

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-# A heartbeat away

-Out in the fields

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-# Death is just a heartbeat away

-Out in the fields

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-# A heartbeat away

-Out in the fields... #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Gary Moore and Phil Lynott at Number 5.

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At Number 4, with a chance to remind you that the Mayor of Bradford's Appeal is still open,

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for the first time on Top Of The Pops, here's The Crowd.

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# Walk on

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# Walk on

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# With hope

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# In your heart

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# And you'll never

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# Walk

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# Alone

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# You'll never

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# Walk

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# Alone... #

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The Crowd.

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Now, our fastest climber of the week was up 16 places to number 16.

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Making their Top Of The Pops debut, this is Mai Tai and History.

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APPLAUSE

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# Oo-ooh

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# Yea-eah

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# Now, listen, people

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# To what I have to say

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# I really love him

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# But he took my love away

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# You don't say

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# When you're going to fall in love There's nothing you can do about it

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# When you're going to fall in love Don't you beat around the bush

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# When you're going to fall in love Now, don't you try to deny it

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# When you're going to fall in love Better let it get to you

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# Our love is history

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# Oh, oooh, yeah

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# So now it's over

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# He's got a heart made out of stone

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# Cold stone

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# I learned my lesson

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# The day I found myself alone

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# Why did you do it?

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# I'm going to burn the letters Ah-ha

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# Burn them up, burn them up

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# Burn, burn, burn them up

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# When you're going to fall in love There's nothing you can do about it

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# When you're going to fall in love Don't you beat around the bush

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# When you're going to fall in love Now, don't you try to deny it

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# When you're going to fall in love Better let it get to you

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# When it got to lovin', you were never there

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# All that I could do was dream

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# When I need some huggin', you never ever cared

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# Why did you have to be that mean?

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# I'm going to burn the letters, going to burn the letters

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# Going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# Going to burn them up, going to burn them up

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# Going to burn, burn, burn

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# Our love is history

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# I'm going to burn the letters you were sending me

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# Oh, I'm going to burn the letters... #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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That's Mai Tai. Just recently on Sundays on BBC ONE,

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you've been able to see recordings from the Montreux Rock Festival.

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Duran Duran are on this Sunday.

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If you want to know what the atmosphere was like, have a look at this. It's great.

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Cherish. It's Kool and The Gang.

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# Let's take a walk together

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# Near the ocean shore

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# Hand in hand, you and I

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# Let's cherish every moment

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# We have been given

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# The time is passing by

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# I often pray

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# Before I lay down

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# By your side

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# If you receive your calling

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# Before I awake

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# Could I make it through the night

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# Cherish the love we have

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# We should cherish the life we live

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# Oh, yeah

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# Cherish the love

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# Cherish the life

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# Cherish the love

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# Cherish the love we have

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# For as long as we both shall live

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# Baby

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# Cherish the love

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# Cherish the life

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# Cherish the love

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# You see, the world is always changing

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# Nothing stays the same

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# But love will stand the test of time

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# The next life that we live in

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# Remains to be seen

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# Will you be by my side

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# I often pray

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# Before I lay down

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# By your side

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# If you receive your calling

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# Before I awake

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# Could I make it through the night

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# Cherish the love we have

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# We should cherish the life we live

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# Baby, yeah

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# Cherish the love

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# Cherish the life

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# Oh, yeah... #

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CHEERING

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That's the 18th time they've been in the Top 40.

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That was Cherish from Kool And The Gang.

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At Number 21 in this week's chart, from Germany, this is Propaganda,

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and this is Jewel.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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# Eye to eye stand winners and losers

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# Hurt by envy

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# Cut by greed

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# Face to face with their own disillusion

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# The scars of old romances

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# Still on their cheeks

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# And when blow by blow the passion dies

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# Sweet little death

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# Just have been lies

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# The memories of gone by times

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# Would still recall the lie

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# The first cut won't hurt at all

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# The second only makes you wonder

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# The third will have you on your knees

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# You start bleeding

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# I start screaming

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# It's too late The decision is made by fate

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# Made by fate

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# Time to prove what forever should last

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# Whose feelings are so true

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# As to stand the test

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# Whose demands are so strong

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# As to parry all attempts

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# And when blow by blow the passion dies

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# Sweet little death

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# Just have been lies

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# The memories of gone by time

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# Would still recall the lie

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# The first cut won't hurt at all

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# The second only makes you wonder

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# The third will have you on your knees

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# You start bleeding

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# I start screaming

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PIANO SOLO

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# The first cut won't hurt at all

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# The second only makes you wonder

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# The third will have you on your knees

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# You start bleeding

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# I start screaming

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# The first cut won't hurt at all

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# The second only makes you wonder... #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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I could see Simon in a natty white number like that.

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That's the pride of Dusseldorf. That was Propaganda.

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The lady is called Susanne.

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-Let's take a look at what the charts are known for - the Top 40.

-Oh, yes.

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Walking On The Chinese Wall. It's Philip Bailey at Number 40.

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At Number 39, Free Yourself by The Untouchables.

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Steady at 38. Heaven from Bryan Adams.

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The Purple Rain continues with a chart entry by Prince at 37.

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Paisley Park.

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Down to 36, Everybody Wants To Rule The World, Tears For Fears.

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A new entry at 35. Johnny Come Home, Fine Young Cannibals.

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Gary Numan's Live EP is Number 34.

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At 33, We All Follow Manchester United

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by the Manchester United football team.

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32, Don't You Forget About Me, Simple Minds.

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Freddie Mercury at 31 with I Was Born To Love You.

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Get It On with the Power Station at Number 30.

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A chart entry and they're touring in this country.

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Sister Sledge with Frankie at 29.

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Tumbling down to 28, The Style Council.

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At 27, So In Love by O.M.D.

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At Number 26, it's that Magic Touch, Loose Ends.

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Madonna's got a new entry at 25. Crazy For You.

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Still at 24, Thinking About Your Love, Skipworth and Turner.

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Bowie and Loving The Alien, a new entry at 23.

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Up 15 to 22, Cherish, Kool And The Gang.

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Propaganda climb to 21 with Jewel.

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Feel So Real. It's Number 20 for Steve Arrington.

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At 19, All Fall Down, Five Star.

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Up to 18, Shake The Disease, Depeche Mode.

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She's still hanging on. It's Phyllis Nelson, Move Closer, at 17.

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And there's that fastest climber. Mai Tai, History, at 16.

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Number 15, I Feel Love, Bronski Beat and Mark Almond.

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Up six places, Number 14, Icing On The Cake, Stephen Duffy.

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Bryan Ferry at 13. Slave To Love.

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And up to 12, Call Me, Go West.

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DeBarge, Rhythm Of The Night, at this week's Number 11.

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So those are the hits so far in the programme.

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Let's have a look at the ones we think will be making the chart action this time next week.

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Yes, it's the Top 40 breakers.

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# I was walking down the street one day... #

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Currently out on tour in Britain, at Number 29 in the chart,

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it's Sister Sledge and Frankie.

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# Do you remember me?

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# He looked at me and then I blushed

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# Cause I remembered I loved you so much

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# Way back when we were friends

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# Going together but then you left me

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# Frankie

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# Do you remember me?

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# Frankie

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# Do you remember?

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# You were 15 and I was 12

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# It was summer, we were so in love

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# I never loved anyone this much

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# Look at me, I'm thrilled to your touch

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# Hey, Frankie

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# Do you remember me? #

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# You see I'm crazy for you... #

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She's into movies, she's into hits, she's also into T-shirt.

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It's Madonna.

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On tour in the States at the moment and Crazy For You in this country.

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# It's all brand-new

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# You'll feel it in my kiss

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# You'll feel it in my kiss because I'm crazy for you

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# Touch me once and you'll know it's true

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# I never wanted anyone like this

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# It's all brand-new

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# You'll feel it in my kiss

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# I'm crazy for you

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# Crazy for you

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# Crazy for you. #

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And at Number 22, this is the incredibly expensive

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and very silly video for David Bowie's Loving The Alien.

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# Pray and the heathen lie

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# Will disappear

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# Prayers

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# They hide the saddest view

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# Believing the strangest things

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# Loving the alien

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# And your prayers

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# They break the sky in two

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# Believing the strangest things

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# Loving the alien... #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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David Bowie and Loving The Alien.

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Stand by for a major announcement

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about David Bowie in the next few days.

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You'll hear about it on Radio 1 and see it on BBC television.

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Let's have a look at the Top 10 right now.

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Scritti Politti at Number 10 with The Word Girl.

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# The second time, baby, that I came to you

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# For, oh, you found my love for you

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# The third time, baby, that I came to you

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# Oh, oh, oh, I knew

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# The last time, baby, that I came to you

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# Oh, how your flesh and blood became the word... #

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# Suddenly... #

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In the charts on both sides of the Atlantic,

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Billy Ocean is Number 9 with Suddenly.

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# To me

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# There's beauty up above

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# And things we never take notice of... #

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# I'm walking on... #

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Katrina And The Waves out of Norfolk and now touring in the States.

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A hit on both sides of the Atlantic

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It's Walking On Sunshine at Number 8.

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# I'm walking on sunshine

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# Who-oah

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# And don't it feel good

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# Hey, all right now

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# And don't it feel good

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# Hey, yeah. #

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# Yes... #

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That's good. And down to Number 7, here's Jimmy Nail.

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Something Richard and I have in common, an Obsession.

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Animotion at Number 6.

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# You are an obsession

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# You're my obsession

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# Who do you want me to be

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# To make you sleep with me... #

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Up to Number 5, Gary and Phil, Out In The Fields.

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# Out on the streets... #

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# Walk on... #

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The Crowd, of course, at Number 4, with You'll Never Walk Alone.

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£100,000 to charity already.

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And at Number 3, Marillion's best yet. This is Kayleigh.

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# Do you remember

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# Barefoot on the lawn with shooting stars

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# Do you remember

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# Loving on the floor in Belsize Park

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# Do you remember

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# Dancing in stilettos in the snow

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# Do you remember

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# You never understood I had to go

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# By the way, didn't I break your heart?

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# Please excuse me, I never meant to break your heart

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# So sorry

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# I never meant to break your heart

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# But you broke mine

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# Kayleigh

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# I just want to say I'm sorry

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# But, Kayleigh, I'm too scared to pick up the phone

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# To hear you've found another lover

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# To patch up our broken home

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# Kayleigh

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# I'm still trying to write that love song

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# Kayleigh, it's more important to me now you're gone

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# Maybe it will prove that we were right

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# Or it'll prove that I was wrong... #

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Don't believe the critics when they tell you A View To a Kill

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isn't the best Bond movie yet. It is.

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And Duran Duran are Number 2 with the theme from it.

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# To drench your skin

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# With lover's rosy stain

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# A chance to find

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# The phoenix for the flame

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# A chance to die

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# But can we dance into the fire

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# That fatal kiss is all we need

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# Dance into the fire

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# To fatal sounds of broken dreams

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# Dance into the fire

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# That fatal kiss is all we need

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# Dance into the fire

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# When all we see is the view to a kill... #

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That means that Paul Hardcastle is still Number 1.

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-But what of next week?

-Next week it's going to be The Crowd, I think.

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Mike Reid and Dixie Peach will tell you about it.

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Here's this week's Number 1. Goodnight from Top Of The Pops.

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APPLAUSE

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# The two wars were as different on the front lines

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# As they were back home

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# Ni-ni-ni-ni-nine Ni-ni-ni-ni-nineteen

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# Ni-ni-ni-ni-nine Ni-ni-ni-ni-nineteen

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# Ni-ni-ni-ni-nine Ni-ni-ni-ni-nineteen

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# Ni-ni-ni-ni-nine Ni-ni-ni-ni-nineteen

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# Hundreds of thousands of men who saw heavy combat in Vietnam

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# Have been arrested since discharge

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# Their arrest rate is almost twice that

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# Of non-veterans of the same age

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# There are no accurate figures on how many of these men

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# Have been incarcerated

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# But a Veterans Administration study concludes

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# That the greater a vet's exposure to combat

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# The more likely his chances of being arrested or convicted

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# This is one legacy of the Vietnam War

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# All those who remember the war

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# They won't forget what they've seen

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# Destruction

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# Of men in their prime

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# Whose average was 19

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# De-de-de-de-de De-des-de-destruction

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# De-de-de-de-de De-dis-de-distruction

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# After World War II, the men came home together in troop ships

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# Often less than 48 hours after jungle combat

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# Perhaps the most dramatic difference

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# Between World War II and Vietnam was coming home

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# None of them received a hero's welcome

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# None of them

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# None of them received a hero's welcome

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# None of them, none of them

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# No-no-no-no-none of them None of them, none of them

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# None of them, none of them

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# No-no-no-no-none of them None of them, none of them

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# None of them, none of them received a hero's welcome

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# None of them received a hero's welcome

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# None of them received a hero's welcome

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# None of them received a hero's welcome

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# And then we came back and we were different

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# And everybody wants to know

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# "God, what happened to those guys over there?"

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# There's gotta be something wrong somewhere

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# We did what we had to do

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# There's gotta be something wrong somewhere

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# And people wanted us to be ashamed of what it made us

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# They have no idea of where we've been for five or ten years now

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# All we want to do is come home

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Why?

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# All we want to do is come home

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# What did you do it for?

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# All we want to do is come home

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# Was it worth it? #

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Simon Bates and Richard Skinner present the pop chart programme, first shown on 6 June 1985. Featuring Gary Moore & Phil Lynott, Kool and The Gang, Propaganda, David Bowie, Duran Duran and Paul Hardcastle.