Alright Becky, before our handsome bachelors reveal themselves You have one last question to ask before you decide to go on that big date Becky : OK. I'd get you the finest drink, of course it's gonna have ice in it And I don't mean frozen water… Bachelor 2 : Word, we wide all kinda wollercoasters and fewwis wheels Becky : Mm, that's my favorite! Or you could hit me on the 2-way, or Bwackbwewwy account Becky : Wow! Handsome bachelor number one On our first date, where would you take me and how would you try to impress me? that's a good question ma This is what I would do to impress you Well first of all, you know where I might take you ? Bachelor 2 : Eat all kinda cotton candy, popcorn and shit And den, to welax you, or you know, give you a beauty treatment I'll take you down to the Wu spa We got all the special manicuwists out there, you know, putting it down Becky : Sounds good Bachelor 2 : And to end all the night, you know, maybe we'll have a womantic dinner Order out some Chinese food fwom Wu delivewy. , Performer, Saxophone, Keyboards Sammy Figueroa Percussion John Fumasoli Trombone Klyde Jones Vocals, Vocals (Background) Tony Kadleck Trumpet Elliot Lewis Bass, Guitar, Vocals, ? Producers: Frank Wilson, Leonard Caston, Norman Harris, Daryl Hall, John Oates.
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Above, Kennedy is pictured with his wife Jacqueline, son John and daughter Caroline'It was a picture of a little girl dressed to the nines in her riding gear, next to her pony,' he said at the time.
Onnie Mc Intyre Guitar, Vocals, Peter Moshay Producer, Engineer Fred Vigdor Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor) Bobby Mayo Keyboards Steve Howell Director, Cover Design Tony Kadlick Trumpet Alan Corrie Production Coordination David Sinclair Photography Daryl Hall Vocals Alan Gorrie Bass, Keyboards, Guitar, Production Coordination, ? , Keyboards Average White Band Producer, Main Performer Personnel includes: Eddie Kendricks (vocals).
Former couple: Neil Diamond has revealed 'Sweet Caroline' was a love song for his then-wife Marcia Murphey - but he needed a three-syllable name for the chorus. And that's what it's been' Popular: Diamond, who has sold over 125 million records worldwide, making him one of the world's best-selling artists, released 'Sweet Caroline' in September 1969 as a single.
Above, the singer is seen with Miss Murphey in 1975 Singer-songwriter: Diamond (pictured) explained: 'The song was about my wife at the time - her name was Marcia - and I couldn't get a "Marcia" rhyme. It has since become a staple track Family: 'Sweet Caroline' has long been thought of as an ode to the young daughter of late U.