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    For those still wondering what song it is, its Temptation by New Order. Great tune!

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    Lunatic Fringe by Red Rider??

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectragirl View Post
    All I remember is the lyric: "whoa OH oh oh". I only heard a male voice(s). It's definitely 80s because it was on an 80s only music station (played at someone's house, not sure what station so I can't look it up). It's a little slow and sad sounding and has a Tears for Fears kind of vibe. The "whoa's" take up a lot of the entire song - like whoa OH (upper note) oh oh (all drawn out, 2 beats each) and it sounds echoed or layered. Before that were six syllables that go up and come down. I know it's *very* little to go by, but it was so nice I had to ask. It sounded like a very simple 2/4 or 4/4 song.

    It's not Tarzan Boy and it's not Things Can Only Get Better... hmm.
    Its Fixx . Red skies

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectragirl View Post
    All I remember is the lyric: "whoa OH oh oh". I only heard a male voice(s). It's definitely 80s because it was on an 80s only music station (played at someone's house, not sure what station so I can't look it up). It's a little slow and sad sounding and has a Tears for Fears kind of vibe. The "whoa's" take up a lot of the entire song - like whoa OH (upper note) oh oh (all drawn out, 2 beats each) and it sounds echoed or layered. Before that were six syllables that go up and come down. I know it's *very* little to go by, but it was so nice I had to ask. It sounded like a very simple 2/4 or 4/4 song.

    It's not Tarzan Boy and it's not Things Can Only Get Better... hmm.
    I am absolutely positive it has to be this song:

    Howard Jones- Things Can Only Get Better

    Your welcome

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    Last edited by spekticle; 12-08-2016 at 05:03 PM. Reason: Well I didn't read your post that it wasnt things can only get better, it was the song I was searching for over an hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectragirl View Post
    All I remember is the lyric: "whoa OH oh oh". I only heard a male voice(s). It's definitely 80s because it was on an 80s only music station (played at someone's house, not sure what station so I can't look it up). It's a little slow and sad sounding and has a Tears for Fears kind of vibe. The "whoa's" take up a lot of the entire song - like whoa OH (upper note) oh oh (all drawn out, 2 beats each) and it sounds echoed or layered. Before that were six syllables that go up and come down. I know it's *very* little to go by, but it was so nice I had to ask. It sounded like a very simple 2/4 or 4/4 song.

    It's not Tarzan Boy and it's not Things Can Only Get Better... hmm.
    I am 100% youre searching for this song that plays after the guy finish shooting the toy gun
    [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZmXYO-6mDQ&feature=youtu.be&t=2h37m52s[/url]

    It is so similar to Tarzan Boy but the beat kind of relax a bit.
    If im not mistaken this song has alarm clocks as beat too.
    Sorry I still don't know the name of the song.
    Maybe someone will notice this.

    EDIT: Found it. The name of the song is Swiss Boy. [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLq4Pg2KKrw[/url]
    Last edited by icare; 01-26-2017 at 01:22 AM.

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    It could be this masterpiece from 1986: John Farnham - You're the voice

    [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbkOZTSvrHs[/url]

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    It may be Sweet Child o Mine - Guns and Roses (Australian band)

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    I think what your looking for is called livin on a prayer by Bon jovi. Hopefully this is the one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectragirl View Post
    All I remember is the lyric: "whoa OH oh oh". I only heard a male voice(s). It's definitely 80s because it was on an 80s only music station (played at someone's house, not sure what station so I can't look it up). It's a little slow and sad sounding and has a Tears for Fears kind of vibe. The "whoa's" take up a lot of the entire song - like whoa OH (upper note) oh oh (all drawn out, 2 beats each) and it sounds echoed or layered. Before that were six syllables that go up and come down. I know it's *very* little to go by, but it was so nice I had to ask. It sounded like a very simple 2/4 or 4/4 song.

    It's not Tarzan Boy and it's not Things Can Only Get Better... hmm.
    Could it be livin on a prayer by Bon jovi?

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    Self Control by Laura Branigan. That part of the song is also sampled in RuPaul's We Can Fly Tonight (which also has a reference to A-ha's Take on Me).

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    epic

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    Based on your description. Take a listen to the song "Daimond Sun" By Glass Tiger. The song is really nice although being Canadian it didn't get much airplay world wide. If not that, than try Rock & Hyde - "Dirty Water". Both meet your description. Let me know if either matches. - [email]elderkinmusic@live.ca[/email].

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    LOL Did you really just say GNR are Australian?? Axle ran around with tight *** american biker shorts with his shlong hanging out. You can't get more american than GNR.

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    New Kids on the Block - Hangin' Tough ?

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    It may be Sweet Child o Mine - Guns and Roses

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    Swiss Boy - Lou Sern

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    Quote Originally Posted by spectragirl View Post
    All I remember is the lyric: "whoa OH oh oh". I only heard a male voice(s). It's definitely 80s because it was on an 80s only music station (played at someone's house, not sure what station so I can't look it up). It's a little slow and sad sounding and has a Tears for Fears kind of vibe. The "whoa's" take up a lot of the entire song - like whoa OH (upper note) oh oh (all drawn out, 2 beats each) and it sounds echoed or layered. Before that were six syllables that go up and come down. I know it's *very* little to go by, but it was so nice I had to ask. It sounded like a very simple 2/4 or 4/4 song.

    It's not Tarzan Boy and it's not Things Can Only Get Better... hmm.

    After all these years and no one has gotten it right, seriously? Its obviously Faithfully by Journey, released in 1983.

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