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[solved] Song with numbering rhymes (zero-hero...)

[solved] Song with numbering rhymes (zero-hero...)

Postby daydreamer » Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:15 am

Does anyone of you guys remember a, say, "synthpop-influenced" song from 1982~85 (style resembles Eddie & Sunshine a bit, if you remember them from "Perfect Stranger") that went

zero - hero
two - screw
.. (and so on) ..
nine - mine
ten - again!

Female voice, got a pretty raunchy feel to it, as if it had been taken from an adult movie ;)
There's also something with "Fingers".
I could also come up with a sample if need be, but ATM I figure it's distinct enough due to this weird rhyming thing.
Last edited by daydreamer on Fri Nov 14, 2014 6:19 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Postby daydreamer » Fri Nov 14, 2014 6:11 am

Found this one:

Lea "Fingers"

Weird stuff...apparently another one of those "singing" pr0n starlets...(even though her singing is pretty decent compared to her "colleagues")
Although I would've been reluctant to put this into the "Hi NRG" genre, not even drunkenly.

Well, it is solved.
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