Thread: Your Favorite Music Video from the 80's

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    A-Ha's Take On Me = hands down the Greatest Music Video of All Time. I even thought this at the age of six.
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    Motley Crue- Too Young to Fall in Love

    So cheesy yet so wonderful.
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    I thought of another one: Melt with you - Modern English, but I like those songs more because of the song than the video
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    Depeche mode - Drive

    i just love the Felliniesque "dolce vita" look of the video
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    Thriller-Micheal Jackson

    Love Shack-B-52's

    Shades of Gray-Greatful Dead

    Walk Like An Egyptian-Bangles

    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun-Cyndi Lauper
    It's OK, next time I'll make you listen. I wish that it were in the power of all children to say that to their parents and to know that indeed they would be heard as we were in those wonderful days on Waltons Mountain.Narrator The Waltons (From the Runawa
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    bonjovi kiss guns an roeses ac-dc wasp
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    Quote by killface
    I don't like anything else he's done, but,

    billy joel: we didn't start the fire



    I forgot about that one.


    I'll do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)-Meatloaf

    Rush Rush-Paula Abdul

    Forever your Girl-Paula Abdul

    Opposites Attract-Paula Abdul

    Cold Hearted-Paula Abdul

    Straight Up-Paula Abdul

    Pour some Sugar on Me-Def Leopard

    Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through- Meatloaf

    Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back-Meatloaf

    Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are-Meatloaf

    When The Rubber Meets The Road-Meatloaf

    I'd Lie For You-Meatloaf
    It's OK, next time I'll make you listen. I wish that it were in the power of all children to say that to their parents and to know that indeed they would be heard as we were in those wonderful days on Waltons Mountain.Narrator The Waltons (From the Runawa
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    my favorite was "I got my mind set on you" by the late George Harrison.
    With all the stuff in the living room dancing.
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