80s Song of the Day: I Know You’re Out There Somewhere by The Moody Blues

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I know you’re out there somewhere
Somewhere you can hear my voice
I know I’ll find you somehow
Somehow, somehow

I Know You’re Out There Somewhere by EnglishI know you're out there progressive rock band The Moody Blues was released on May 23, 1988, with Miracle as the B side. The song was a single from the album Sur La Mer.

The song reached No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 52 on the UK Singles Chart. It was the band’s final Top 40 hit in the United States.

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80s Song of the Day: Bust a Move by Young MC

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So on the beach you’re strollin’ real high rollin’
Everything you have is yours and not stolen
A girl runs up with somethin’ to prove
So don’t just stand there bust a move

Bust a move 2Bust a Move by Young MC was released on May 22, 1989, with Got More Rhymes as the B side. It was a single from the rapper’s debut album, Stone Cold Rhymin’.

Bust a Move was Young MC.’s biggest hit. It reached No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was a No. 1 hit in Australia.

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80s Song of the Day: Every Breath You Take by The Police

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Since you’ve gone I’ve been lost without a trace
I dream at night, I can only see your face

Every breath you takeEvery Breath You Take by The Police was released on May 20, 1983, with Murder by Numbers as the B side. It was the first single from the album Synchronicity.

Every Breath You Take was the biggest hit of 1983. It topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for eight weeks and the UK Singles chart for four weeks.

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80s Song of the Day: Invisible Touch by Genesis

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She’s got something you just can’t trust
It’s something mysterious
And now it seems I’m falling, falling for her

Invisible TouchInvisible Touch by Genesis was released May 19, 1986, with The Last Domino as the B side. It was the first single from the album of the same name.

Invisible Touch was the band’s first and only No. 1 single in the United States. It only reached No. 15 in the United Kingdom.

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