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Gr8 job Paula and Randy!!

Wow!! I thought the original was great!! This is such an awesome remix!! I wish there was a MILLION STAR RATING!! :)

Love this song.

This is great. I still love the original, but I would buy both songs. Go Paula and Randy!

Paula you have done it again

Okay so at first this was my favorite song and still is, now this remix is AMAZING this is the best remix i have ever heard, paula wow i knew you were great, but wow!!!! Go PAULA!!!!

Biography

Born: June 19, 1962 in San Fernando, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In the wake of Madonna's success, many dance-pop divas filled the charts, but out of them all, Paula Abdul was the only one who sustained a career. The former L.A. Lakers cheerleader and choreographer scored her first hit in 1989, when "Straight Up" shot to Billboard's number one spot, becoming the first of four U.S. chart-toppers from her 1988 debut, Forever Your Girl; the others were "Forever Your Girl," "Cold Hearted," and "Opposites Attract," each earning a gold certification from the RIAA. This...
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Dance Like There's No Tomorrow (Oakenfold Radio Edit) - Single, Paula Abdul
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Dance, Music
  • Released: Apr 08, 2008

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