what are your favorite 80s songs?

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Well there are seven '80s songs I like: Rock Me, Amadeus, by Falco, Every Breath You Take by The Police, Ghostbusters by

Ray Parker, Jr., Jessie's Girl by Rick Springfield, One Night In

Bangkok by Murray Head, Der Kommissar by After The Fire&

Falco and last but not least Living On A Prayer by my favorite

rock band Bon Jovi!

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Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic - The Police

Dancing In The Dark - Bruce Springsteen

Rio - Duran Duran

Freedom - Wham!

Footloose - Kenny Loggins

New Year's Day - U2

Two Tribes - Frankie Goes To Hollywood

Sanctify Yourself - Simple Minds

Speak Like A Child - The Style Council

Open Your Heart - Madonna
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Synchronicity II - The Police

Shattered dreams - Johnny Hates Jazz

Regret - New Order

You can do magic - America

Running with the Devil and Jump - Van Halen

Hungry Like the Wolf - Duran Duran

Take me Home and Sussudio- Phil Collins

She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals

There's No Stopping Us - Ollie and Jerry

Jack & Diane - John Cougar Mellencamp

The Passion of Love  - Boys Brigade

Our House - Madness

If You Leave - OMD

Automatic - Pointer Sisters

Maniac - Michael Seimbello

Axel F - Harold Faltereyer

I could go on.... they're ALL favorites.
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We Didn't Start the Fire - Billy Joel

For Your Eyes Only - Sheena Easton

I Wouldn't Have Missed It For The World - Ronnie Milsap

Eye of the Tiger - Survivor

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of These) - Eurythmics

Arthur's Theme - Christopher Cross

I Love a Rainy Night - Eddie Rabbitt

Don't Stop Believin' - Journey

Faithfully - Journey

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun - Cyndi Lauper
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I don't have all day here Dude, lol. I could list about 700 but I'll just put My absolute favorites

Who's Behind The Door by Zebra

Go by Asia

Changes by Yes

Home By The Sea/Second Home by The Sea by Genesis

Witch Hunt by Rush

The Number Of The Beast by Iron Maiden

Eagle Fly Free by Helloween

Evil Eye by Yngwie Malmsteen

Fight The Good Fight by Triumph

Two Suns In The Sunset by Pink Floyd

Who's To Blame by Jimmy Page

Big Log by Robert Plant

Suicide Solution by Ozzy Osbourne

Jade's Song/Winter's Call by Badlands

Rainbow In The Dark by Dio

The Mob Rules by Black Sabbath

Street Of Dreams by Rainbow

Carry Your Load by Whitesnake

Heavy Metal by Sammy Hagar

American Storm by Bob Seger

Ok, I'm gonna stop now before I get carried away.
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Everything She Wants-Wham!

Steppin' Out-Joe Jackson

Human-Human League

Into the Night-Benny Mardonez

Cool Night-Paul Davis

All I Need-Jack Wagner

Nobody's Fool-Cinderella

and a huge slew of others
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Well these are 70s music but

Axel Folley from Beverly Hills Cop

Rock You Like a Hurricane by Scorpions
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Journey - Don't Stop Believin'

Aerosmith - Angel & Janie's got a gun

Bon Jovi - Livin on a Prayer
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ahh, the 80s...a time before I was born....how strange :)

However, I like Blondie's Atomic, anything by the Stone Roses, but, as a guilty pleasure, try beating the King of Pop's Beat It or Thriller.

Oh, and The Police rule too :)