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así que cuando tus lagrimas caigan sobre tu almohada,como un rió
yo estaré para ti. 
cuando estés gritando
perro ellos solo lo escuchen como un susurro,yo estaré para ti.
pero tu también tendrás que estar para mi también,
— 

 De: ARIES,TAURO,CANCER,GEMINIS,ACUARIO,SAGITARIO.

para:LEO,VIRGO,LIBRA,ESCORPIO,CAPRICORNIO,PISCIS 


cancion: Martin Garrix ft. Troye Sivan - There For You

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On this day in music history: May 28, 1983 - “Flashdance… What A Feeling” by Irene Cara hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 6 weeks, also topping the Club Play chart for 3 weeks on June 11, 1983, and peaking at #2 on the R&B singles chart on June 4, 1983. Written by Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey and Irene Cara, it is the biggest hit for the Bronx, NY singer, songwriter and actress. Having worked professionally as a singer and actress from the age of three, Irene Cara performs on Broadway, on the PBS series “The Electric Company”, as well as appearing in the film “Sparkle” and the mini series “Roots: The Next Generation”, before her big breakthrough comes in the Alan Parker directed film “Fame” in 1980. In 1982, Cara is asked to sing the theme song for a low budget film being produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer called “Flashdance”. She works with producer and songwriters Giorgio Moroder and Keith Forsey, best known for their work with Donna Summer. Also the films score composer, Moroder has written an instrumental that he has in mind to be used as the theme. While driving the recording studio, Cara and Forsey pass ideas back and forth about what the songs lyrical concept should be. Irene comes up with an idea expressing the feeling that comes over you while dancing, and Keith counters that by blurting out the lines “what a feeling” and “dancing for my life”, both of which become essential hooks to the song. By the time they reach the studio, the lyrics are completed, and Cara records her lead vocal. Released as the first single from the “Flashdance” soundtrack in late March of 1983, it quickly becomes a smash. Entering the Hot 100 at #77 on April 2, 1983, it climbs to the top of the chart eight weeks later. Like the film itself, “Flashdance… What A Feeling” becomes a pop cultural phenomenon, and an anthem to those striving to make their dreams come true. The song wins Irene Cara a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female in 1984, as well as winning a Golden Globe and the Academy Award for Best Original Song for Moroder, Forsey, and Cara. “Flashdance… What A Feeling” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.

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The Gospel Youth - Moods Like English Weather

The Gospel Youth are a four piece punk pop band from Brighton, UK. They consist of Samuel Little, Julian Bowen, Kev Deverick and Kurtis Maiden.

Well I guess I messed things up again.

I got caught in a landslide and my phone died
And the weather added context
I swear that I just cried for a week about the sun
I came to all the conclusions
Of how I’m losing
Every single thing I am
Had every plan of not moving from my bed ever again

But I got scared of everything

Well I guess I messed things up again
Maybe all I’ll ever be
Is just a self fulfilling prophecy of all the worries inside me
Well I guess I messed things up again
Is this all I’ll ever be?
I was trying to be a better person but I’m weak, I’m weak, I’m weak

I’ve gotten better at losing and it’s using
Every single bone I have
To be the one that’s refusing to give up on everything
They told me things would get better
Like the weather
But I’m still waiting for that cold to fade from November
Maybe I should let it go

I already melt at everything

Well I guess I messed things up again
Maybe all I’ll ever be
Is just a self fulfilling prophecy of all the worries inside me
Well I guess I messed things up again
Is this all I’ll ever be?
I was trying to be a better person but I’m weak, I’m weak, I’m weak

All these moods like English weather
Are never getting better
I might stay inside forever
Where at least I know it’s warm

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On this day in music history: May 28, 1988 - “One More Try” by George Michael hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks, topping the Adult contemporary chart for 3 weeks on the same date, also topping the R&B singles chart for 1 week on June 18, 1988. Written and produced by George Michael, it is the fourth US solo chart topper (seventh overall) for the British singer, songwriter and musician born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou. Since its release in October of 1987, George Michael’s first solo album continues to generate one smash hit after another. Released on April 11, 1988, the plaintive ballad “One More Try” is issued as the albums fourth single. Entering the Hot 100 at #40 on April 16, 1988, it climbs to the top of the chart six weeks later. The success of this particular single also helps send the “Faith” album to number one on the R&B album chart (spending six weeks at the top beginning on May 21, 1988), making it one of only two times in Billboard chart history that a non African American artist has held down the top spot on the R&B album and singles chart simultaneously. This does not occur again until 2006 when Robin Thicke tops the R&B singles chart with “Lost Without U” and the album “The Evolution Of Robin Thicke”. “One More Try” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.

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Born on this day: May 28, 1944 - R&B vocal legend Gladys Knight (born Gladys Maria Knight in Atlanta, GA). Happy 73rd birthday to the “Empress Of Soul”!!

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Born on this day: May 28, 1945 - Singer, songwriter, musician and Creedence Clearwater Revival founder, John Fogerty (born John Cameron Fogerty in Berkeley, CA) Happy 71st Birthday, John!