#HitsByYears – 1982

What about working out frequently, guys 🤨 Maybe some of you are getting motivated with the next song. No worries, you can relax again with song number two! Have a great day!

Physical – Olivia Newton John

Waiting For a Girl Like You – Foreigner

Feel free to add or mention in the comments your favorite song of 1982 and the memory that connects you with it.

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What? You already had tickets for a concert? You must have seen quite every good band on this planet! I hope Foreigner will come back for a concert.

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That’s right, the ballads are those which are still played. Just thinking of I Want To Know What Love Is. But there is also Urgent, Juke Box Hero, and As Cold As Ice (maybe the second one counts as a ballad again…)

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Erika, you are right, even on the more rock songs, Lou Gramm’s voice shines with those ballad style lyrics. Those are all good songs. Keith

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That’s true. He had the perfect voice for their songs… or they simply wrote the perfect songs to their band… As you said, all really good songs!

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