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That can't be rated. It's too awesome. I want that jacket.

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That can't be rated. It's too awesome. I want that jacket.
Who is that singing that song and why doesn't he have any eyes?

And for a song about muscle, the guy can't weigh over 115 lbs with rocks in his pockets.



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That's Alan Thicke. He was the dad on Growing Pains, a really bad 80s sitcom. Leonardo DiCaprio was on that show in its later years lol. He was like 12-14 and even then more talented than anyone on that show would ever be combined. Alan Thicke also wrote a lot cheesy 80s sitcom music themes. If it sucked, Thicke wrote it.

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That's Alan Thicke. He was the dad on Growing Pains, a really bad 80s sitcom. Leonardo DiCaprio was on that show in its later years lol. He was like 12-14 and even then more talented than anyone on that show would ever be combined. Alan Thicke also wrote a lot cheesy 80s sitcom music themes. If it sucked, Thicke wrote it.
Here's not a song but a video of Thicke in a Cardigan sweater explaining to kids why mommy and daddy don't love them anymore. The only thing that's missing is him laying down by a crackling fire.

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The 80s were seriously a different world, unique in its cheesiness. It's gotta be the chessiest decade of all time.

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And I love every embarrassing bit of it.

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6/5/10 - lovely voice and tune but the lyrics left a lot to be desired.

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7/10. Decent U2 track, not my favourite though.



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6/10-Good, not great.


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