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“Never Say Never” is a song by Denver-based piano rock band The Fray that was included on their second studio album, The Fray. It is the second single from the album and is a direct love song between two people who are “pulling apart and coming together again and again.”
The song went Platinum 2010 and was ranked #100 on Billboard’s Hot 100 songs of 2009 list. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals in 2010.
Gene Gene the Dancing Machine, aka Eugene Patton was a member of the stage crew and occasional performer on The Gong Show.
He was one of several amateur performers who would “warm up” and entertain the audience during commercial breaks. Host Chuck Barris found him so entertaining that he had him dance on the show on-air, and he proved so popular that he soon became a recurring act, an occasional judge, and eventually the regular closing act for the show, with the credits regularly rolling over his enthusiastic dancing, often joined by Chuck, the celebrity judges, the stage hands, and whoever else felt like joining in. His attire usually consisted of a green windbreaker jacket, bell-bottomed jeans, sneakers, a yellow polo shirt, and a black painter’s hat.
Music video by Boys Like Girls performing Two Is Better Than One.
Benny Benassi I love my sex
Had some pulled beef bbq for lunch.