Hey Girl – Billy Joel and Gerald Goffin
Hey Girl by Billy Joel and Gerald Goffin from the Greatest Hits Collection. This video is for entertainment purposes only.
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My Girl Hey Girl – Bobby Vee
Bobby Vee – My Girl (Robinson – White) Hey Girl (Goffin – King) LIBERTY Records 56033 1968 Backed with: “Just Keep It Up”
What is the name of the song from the 80’s movie? Remember the movie “The Wild Life”? There is a song that character Jim is listening to while he practices with his nun-chucks. What is the song? Who is the band? All I remember is that there is a line that has “breaking the law” in it.no, it’s not Judas Priest! I know Eddie Van Halen performed the score, but I just need to know about this one song.
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It could be any of the following:# “WILD LIFE”Performed by BananaramaCourtesy of PolyGram Records# “WHO’s GONNA BREAK THE ICE”Performed by Peter CaseCourtesy of Geffin Records# “BORN TO BE WILD”Performed by SteppenwolfCourtesy of MCA Records, Inc.# “OO-EE-DIDDLEY-BOP”Performed by Peter WolfCourtesy of EMI America Records, Inc.# “WALKING ON A THIN LINE”Performed by Huey Lewis And The NewsCourtesy of Chrysalis Records, Inc.# “THE GIRL CAN’T HELP IT”Performed by Little RichardCourtesy of Specialty Records, Inc.# “HEEBIE JEBBIES”Performed by Little RichardCourtesy of Specialty Records, Inc.# “(DO NOT) STAND IN THE SHADOWS”Performed by Billy IdolCourtesy of Chrysalis Records, Inc.# “IN THE METAL OF THE NIGHT”Performed by Hanover FistCourtesy of MCA Records, Inc.# “MAKE IT GLAMOROUS”Performed by Van StephensonnCourtesy of MCA Records, Inc.# “FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH”Performed by Buffalo SpringfieldCourtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.By Arrangement with Warner Special Products# “DIRTY MIND”Performed by PrinceCourtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.By Arrangement with Warner Special Products# “NO TRESPASSING”Performed by Louise Goffin with Charlotte CaffeyCourtesy of I.R.S. Records# “MIRROR MAN”Performed by Human LeagueCourtesy of Virgin Records Ltd. / A&M Records# “FOXY LADY”Performed by Jimi HendrixCourtesy of Presentaciones MusicalesS.A./A.R.M., N.V.By Arrangement with Warner Bros. Records and Polydor Records# “HEY JOE”Performed by Jimi HendrixCourtesy of Presentaciones MusicalesS.A./A.R.M., N.V.By Arrangement with Warner Bros. Records and Polydor Records# “BURNING UP”Performed by MadonnaCourtesy of Sire Records CompanyBy Arrangement with Warner Special Products# “IT’S NOT EASY”Written by Michael Jagger and Keith RichardsPublished by ABKCO Music, Inc.Performed by Charlie Sexton with Ron WoodProduced by Ron Wood for Ratchet Productions, Inc.# “I GO WILD”Performed by The Three O’ClockCourtesy of Frontier Records# “DONUT CITY”(uncredited)Performed by Edward Van HalenProduced by Donn Landee and Edward Van Halen
ok i have a parrot that i bought? he doesn’t bite i am his owner but he doesn’t respond to me the same way as he does other people im wondering why this is he can say quite a bit of words but wont talk much when im the only one with him now certain people he will talk and talk away to any idea why this is?i certainly hope this isn’t the case he came right to me when i went to see about getting himhes a green amazon parrot and he does the same thing when im in the other room
Birds usually like the opposite sex. A male bird tends to be more friendly to women. Also some birds are shy, I have a parrot that rarely talks directly to me, but if I’m in the next room he talks like crazy. What kind of bird is it?
You are doing something he dosnt like.But it isnt that he likes the opposite best that isnt true.They like the one who feeds it takes care of it.You have got to spend a lot of time with a parrot playing with it talking to it getting its trust.You show it a lot of love it will show you a lot of love. I have work with parrots for 61 years.
He probably senses that you are afraid of him or is just not used to you yet. Do you interact well with him? Did you give him time to adjust when you brought him home or did you just instantly start trying to handle him and touch him? I need to know a few specifics before trying to solve your problem. I need to know what species he is, did he come from a breeder, a pet store or a previous owner? Are you absolutly sure it is a male?If you’d like feel free to email me, i work with a bird rescue, own 3 soon to be 5 parrots of my own and could give you some helpful advice if you can answer my questions. There are a number of reasons he is acting this way, it may not even be you.Edit. Joewebb, if you have been dealing with parrots for over 61 years you should know that male parrots do infact tend to bond to a woman, while females tend to bond to a man. This isn’t always the case, in fact, my goffin’s cockatoo is a female and she loves me. But I feed and water and give snacks to all my birds, the umbrella bonded to my uncle and he never even interacted with her, yet he’s the only male in the house. Can you explain that since the opposite sex has nothing to do with their bonding?Edit.My goffins cockatoo is a wild caught cockatoo, she never bonded to anyone from being hand reared. I believe I said chosing the person they bond with isn’t always about them being opposite sex. When parrots bond with you they look nat you as their mate, this is why they will NORMALLY bond to the opposite sex. This has been proven in studies, as I said. Thats not always the case. We had a double yellow headed amazon, amazons will only bond to one person and to them everyone else just needs to stay away. If the bird has chosen you, great, if it chose someone before you you may have to work with him, because once he’s chosen his person there is no going back. If he lets you handle him and lets you pet him then I wouldn’t neccassarily worry about the talking right now. He’s just getting comfortable, he may just be talking to everyone else to get attention. Thats just the way they are. Charlie would say things like “Hey baby”, “Hey pretty girl”, Who’s the momma”, “Whats a matter” when woman would walk in but he didn’t want anything to do with them. It all really depends on the bird.
If male parrots bond to females & female parrots bond to males then why is my female sun conure bonded to me (female) & my male eclectus bonded to my partner (male)? Parrots can also prefer one sex if they’re lived with that particular sex for a long time or have been hand reared by them.Parrots are like us. They’re individual in their likes & dislikes. They can take an instant liking to certain people & can be cautious around others, it isn’t something to be concerned about. Give him time to adjust well, spend lots of time talking to him, being around him, feeding him etc. You need to earn his trust & this does take time & patients.