#HitsByYears – 1983

I was supposed to spend the last weekend in Vienna. Unfortunately, plans changed a few hours before we wanted to leave due to my husband’s positive Corona test (he is fine, no worries). However, since I expected not to have the time for writing my regular posts, I scheduled another week of my #HitsByYears” series. You may not find the most popular songs of that year like “Sweet Dreams” by Eurythmics, “Holiday” by Madonna, or “Uptown Girl” by Billy Joel. Instead, I tried to dig out some songs we loved but which we may have a bit forgotten over the past almost 40 decades (what? 40? 😱). Enjoy the trip back to another great year of music:

Owner of a Lonely Heart – Yes

Flesh For Fantasy – Billy Idol

Feel free to add or mention in the comments your favorite song of 1983 and the memory that connects you with it.

In Love and Light

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Thank you, Hammad. He is feeling completely ok, thank God. I am glad we all are fully vaccinated. I am more convinced than ever that it prevents us from worse.

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