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My Top Ten 1980s Part Four

Updated on February 20, 2012

Hi Hubbers, thanks to Alian346 who has emailed me with ten more songs I have brought his chosen ten songs for this hub, I hope that you enjoy and remember you all know the drill, sit back relax, listen and vote for your favourite :)

Happy Listening :)

At Number One - Michael Jackson - Thriller

At Number Two - Police - Walking On The Moon

At Number Three - Madonna - Holiday

At Number Four - Band Aid - Do They Know Its Christmas Time

At Number Five - U2 - Bad

Which Of The Top Five Was your Favourite?

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Hi hubbers well its that time again - come on and vote for your favourite and then make a cup of coffee, tea or what ever you feel like, even use the toilet but you best hurry as you dont want to miss the next five :)

Happy Listening :)

At Number Six - Michael Jackson - Billie Jean

At Number Seven - Tom Petty - American Girl

At Number Eight - Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams

At Number Nine - Tina Turner - Simply The Best

At Number Ten - David Bowie & Mick Jagger - Dancing In The Street

Which Of The Bottom Five Was Your Favourite?

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Well guys we have reached the end of yet another ten 1980s songs, my goodness I wonder how many more requests I am going to get from you? I have my note pad and pencil ready for your favourites to make a top ten or even a top forty.

So you know what to do - vote for your favourites and then if you have thought of any more songs that did not make any of my top tens or twenties that you feel should be mentioned then please post them here on the comments or email me :)

Thanks For Listening Hubbers

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      Callum 5 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Thanks Michele I have got to this point now as we now have them all the way from 1940s to 2000s so I have decided that the top voted songs this week will get a hub of their own and added in to the top forty lineup for next week to keep you all going :) xxxx

      Thanks again am so glad you enjoyed it :)

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      Michele Travis 5 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      I keep reading your hubs, I can't pick out any one! I love all of them.. I even started to look at YouTube songs. My favorites are the 80's Your hubs are wonderful! Please keep going! I love them all. Wish I could give you more then one thumbs up, but have to rest right now. Will listen to more soon.

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      Callum 5 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Hi Ian

      Your very welcome :)

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      alian346 5 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland

      Thankyou, thankyou!

      Ian.

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      Callum 5 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      I am sorry about Billie Jean I could not get the other one to work :( Never mind at least you enjoyed Jagger and Bowie :) xxx

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      Poohgranma 5 years ago from On the edge

      The screen just stays the same for me on Michael Jackson's - Billie Jean. There are a lot of videos that do show lyrics and/or him performing.

      Liked most of the artists and songs but not the videos except Bowie and Jaggar - that was great. Maybe I'm just more visual but I like to see the groups or artist perform.