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Debbie Gibson Lyrics

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Debbie Gibson Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I Will Let You Go
2 Love In Disguise
3 The Most Beautiful Love Song
4 Out of the Blue
5 Will You Love Me Tomorrow
6 Take Me Home For Christmas
7 Only In My Dreams
8 Where I Wanna Be
9 You Know Me
10 Butterflies Are Free
11 Anything Is Possible
12 Foolish Beat
13 Shock Your Mama
14 Shake Your Love
15 The Streets Of London
16 Prelude
17 Stand Your Ground
18 Electric Youth
19 Where Have You Been?
20 Another Brick Falls
21 Goodbye
22 Love Or Lust
23 How Can This Be?
24 Silence Speaks (a Thousand Words)
25 Shake Your Love (live!)
26 Dontcha Want Me Now?
27 So Close To Forever
28 Lead Them Home My Dreams
29 M.Y.O.B.
30 Little Birdie
31 TRUE LOVE
32 Ode To A Would Be Lover
33 Foolish Beat (Re-Recorded / Remastered Version)
34 Who Loves Ya Baby?
35 For Better Or Worse
36 Mood Swings
37 Your Secret
38 Losin' Myself
39 瞳をとじて
40 Shake Your Love (Re-Recorded)
41 Interlude/tony's Rehearsal
42 Taken By You
43 Negative Energy
44 Down That Road
45 Love Or Money
46 Lost in Your Eyes 2010 (English version)
47 Only Words
48 Lost In Your Eyes (Re-Recorded / Remastered Version)
49 Let's Run Away
50 One Hand One Heart
51 What Part Of No
52 Lost in Your Eyes 2010 (Japanese version)
53 People
54 Lost in Your Eyes (Re-Recorded)
55 Think With Your Heart
56 One Step Ahead
57 Jaded
58 Tear Down These Walls
59 Only in My Dreams (re-recorded version)
60 Who Loves You Baby?
61 Staying Together
62 Too Fancy
63 Til You Come Back Again
64 Reverse Psychology
65 M.Y.O.B. (Dance Mix)
66 When I Say No
67 Shake Your Love (re-recorded version)
68 No More Rhyme (Acoustic Version)
69 Call Yourself A Lover
70 Two Young Kids
71 Everytime We Say Goodbye
72 'Til You Come Back Again
73 Out of the Blue (re-recorded version)
74 世界中の誰よりきっと (MSV ver.) with エリック・マーティン
75 Eyes Of The Child
76 Whose World Is It
77 Sure
78 Love Under My Pillow
79 Cry Tonight
80 Foolish Beat (re-recorded version)
81 Helplessly In Love
82 LOST IN YOUR EYES 2010 (Japanese ver.)
83 You Don't Have To See
84 Without You
85 This So-called Miracle
86 Teach You To Love
87 Don't Rain On My Parade
88 Only In My Dreams (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
89 Lost In Your Eyes
90 I'm the Greatest Star (Funny Girl)
91 Between The Lines
92 Come Home
93 Knock Three Times
94 Try
95 Naked
96 Give Me Your Love
97 Lost In Your Eyes (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
98 LOST IN YOUR EYES 2010 (English ver.)
99 Fallen Angel
100 Don't Flirt With Me
101 Wishing You Were Here
102 Foolish Beat (Re-Recorded / Remastered)
103 I Can't
104 Lost In Your Eyes (LP Version)
105 No More Rhyme
106 Let Me Entertain You (From "Gypsy")
107 Play The Field
108 Red Hot
109 Dream
110 Come Home (Wonder Years)
111 Do You Have It In Your Heart?
112 No More Rhyme [Acoustic]
113 Shake Your Love (Vocal-Club Mix Version)
114 Over The Wall
115 Electric Youth (Deep House mix)
116 Wake Up To Love
117 Heart And Soul
118 In the Still of the Night (I'll Remember)
119 Free Me
120 Promises (From "the Music In Me")
121 Just Wasn't Love
122 Only in My Dreams (extended club mix / vocal)
123 Shades Of The Past
124 Foolish Beat (extended mix)
125 Can't Do It Alone
126 I Come From America
127 Deep Down
128 In Blue
129 In Dreams
130 Moonchild
131 Only in My Dreams (Percappella / vocal)
132 Should've Been the One
133 Out of the Blue (club mix)
134 Hopelessly Devoted to You
135 Dancin' In My Mind
136 In His Mind
137 The One
138 TSUNAMI
139 Naturally
140 Only in My Dreams (Dreamix)
141 Hopelessly Devoted to You (from 'Grease')
142 Didn't Have The Heart
143 Sleigh Ride
144 It Must've Been My Boy
145 What You Want
146 Kisses 4 One
147 I LOVE YOU
148 Nobody's You
149 In Dreams (Re-Recorded) [Remastered]
150 We Could Be Together

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Debbie Gibson Bio

Deborah Ann "Debbie" Gibson (born August 31, 1970) is an American singer-songwriter who was a teen pop icon. She was popular in the late 1980s and the early 1990s. At the age of 17, Gibson was the youngest artist ever to write, produce, and perform a Billboard Hot 100 # 1 hit single (in the USA) with her song "Foolish Beat", effectively taking the crown from her then teen idol George Michael (who had, coincidentally, been asked to produce "Foolish Beat," but passed on the opportunity).

She appeared repeatedly on the covers of teen magazines (in the USA), such as Tiger Beat. She has gone on to starring roles on Broadway and touring musicals, as well as independent film and television work. She continues to record, and reached the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart as high as # 24 during 2006 in a duet with Jordan Knight titled "Say Goodbye."

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debbie_Gibson