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Song from the mid 80s

Song from the mid 80s

Postby Kingsberry13 » Tue Jun 11, 2013 11:15 am

I used to listen to this program called Rock Over London from about 1985-1086. There was a song that had a refrain which went like" One in a million, one in a million, one in a million children. The singer was a male vocalist with a very lush, dramatic voice, sort of like David Bowie, Bryan Ferry, but a bit deeper. Perhaps not even a new wave artist. Just a really beautiful mid-tempo pop song.
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